DeVono Cresa is the UK’s leading occupier-only commercial property advisor
Whether your business is a start-up or a global organisation, we have a detailed understanding of the issues you face, along with the experience and knowledge to advise you on how to overcome them.
We are fiercely driven by the ethical and commercial necessity to provide unbiased and unconflicted advice – an approach that allows us to negotiate and secure the best financial terms possible, and protect your interests as an occupier at every level of your real estate strategy.
DeVono Cresa is the UK office of Cresa, the largest occupier-only advisory firm in the world. Together, we have over 70 offices located throughout the United States, South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. Through this network, we offer a global infrastructure of experience, knowledge and support, to service both local and global business requirements.
Since 2006, we have been responsible for the relocation of one in every four businesses in and around London. This means that we have advised more occupiers on their commercial property decisions than any other firm in our sector.
Through our market knowledge and self-built database, we track the leasing terms of over 17,000 businesses in London alone. We make it our business to know about every on- and off-market property available. This is vital for supporting our clients active leasing projects – such as lease renewals and relocations – by collating evidence so that we can negotiate and structure the most competitive terms possible.
One of the Best Places to Work in Property
DeVono Cresa has been voted one of the best places to work in property, in the UK - by the Best Companies Group and Property Week. This accolade was awarded in recognition of the packages, career development and policies on maintaining a healthy work/life balance we offer. We are very proud of this award indeed.
The DeVono Cresa Timeline
In 2003, DeVono Cresa pioneered occupier-only representation in the UK commercial real estate market, and the rest, as they say, is history...