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If you still have questions not in the FAQs please contact us.

Absolutely. Please send us an email and we will be in contact within 24 hours. Contact Us.

Yes. Registration enables tenants and landlords/agents to communicate with each other. Register Now.

Yes. LeaseSearch enables you to share a project with whom you wish. The person whom you share the project with can also leave comments.

Yes. When registering, you are requested to include a company logo. In addition, when preparing a market brief or response a company logo can be added.

We take matters of data security very seriously at LeaseSearch. LeaseSearch is hosted on the highly reliable servers in Australia, that promise optimal uptime and data security for all data. All intereactions with Leasesearch are 256-bit SSL encrypted to keep your information safe. We ensure that our application and servers are always up to date with the latest security patches and backups.

Yes. Please send us an email and we will be in contact within 24 hours. Contact Us

LeaseSearch’s terms and conditions of use can be viewed by clicking this link - Terms and Conditions.

LeaseSearch’s privacy policy can be viewed by clicking this link - Privacy Policy.

Yes. Each LeaseSearch user has an archived projects area so they can be referred to in the future.

Yes. Upon request we can provide this information however there may be a charge depending on the format you require.

No. All project and personal information will remain confidential. However, LeaseSearch may collate and publish information in the future for business purposes, for example, number of users, transactions and locations.


There is currently no limit to the number of live or archived projects.

Yes. A tenant can use LeaseSearch to negotiate with its current landlord. However, it is recommended that the tenant also look at all potential options to determine whether there is a premises better suited to its future needs.

Yes. Tenants can work in LeaseSearch anonymously. However, during the negotiation of the commercial lease terms the landlord will wish to know who is the future tenant. This will have an impact on the terms the landlord offers.

Once a short-list of lease options has been determined the tenant should make contact with the various landlords (or agents) to view these premises. The tenant can then request a lease proposal from the landlords whose premises are preferred.

We are currently adding an additional feature to LeaseSearch that allows the tenant to add a landlord’s lease proposal so that the tenant can have all the information for the project in one location.


There is currently no limit however in your profile you can select to receive market briefs that are relevant only to the locations that are of interest to you.

There is no limit. You can receive market briefs across the whole of Australia however we recommend that you limit your profile to those market locations of specific interest to you.

LeaseSearch gets tenants in their workplace fast allowing them to focus on the most important thing - their business.