Improving shopping center value
by improving small tenant performance.


We’re all about small tenant retention!

Independent retail stores and local restaurants, especially first time ventures, are notoriously difficult to grow and sustain. Lack of experience and capital can render a new business dark before the ink on the lease is even dry. It’s frustrating for property owners who know most of these tenants could, and should, be doing better.  How -and when -do you effectively help struggling, marginal and new small shops?  

That’s where Tenant Mentorship comes in. We took the idea of helping small tenants and turned it into an innovative platform that allows landlords to proactively provide the help necessary to improve small tenant performance and retention. Keeping small shops open helps owners decrease vacancies, increase renewals and offers a distinctive, competitive edge in attracting new tenants.


How can we help you?

Tenant Programs

Tenant Mentorship offers proactive programs for improving small shop performance. Far less expensive than rent relief or new tenant acquisition, Tenant Mentorship programs provide the tools for sustainable success for independently-owned retails and restaurants.

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Tips for commercial landlords for leasing to, dealing with and evaluating small shops.

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Leasing agent and property manager training

Understanding the Underbelly of Retail training
has become one of our most popular programs.
Learn more about the training and how it can benefit your team.

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Our newest solution for that shopping center. The one with multiple tenants that need a boost. These centers are always a challenge but before you start investing in re-tenanting, high-ticket marketing programs or even worse, doing nothing,consider this opportunity to improve tenant performance! Learn more.


Retail Resources

Free and low cost resources to help
your tenants help themselves.


“Angel is a retail expert and is able to provide valuable insight and
common sense guidance that will help a small business thrive.”

— Seth Layton
DeBartolo Development

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