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Tips for negotiating a successful commercial lease

When you are interested in leasing a property for commercial purposes, and you are confident that the property in question is a smart choice for you, it is time to start the process of negotiating the lease. Signing a poor lease agreement will be sure to create problems for you in the future, so it's best to invest time into negotiating the details upfront.

Tips for successfully leasing commercial real estate

Leasing commercial real estate can be a very profitable business venture if you get it right. There are many things that you need to consider when leasing commercial real estate for the first time, and these considerations could significantly impact the profitability of your endeavors, as well as the viability of your long-term business.

Key details when choosing a new store location

You're interested in opening a second store. You know that your business model works because it has been working for years. But you don't want to count on that alone. With your second store, you know that it's important to find real estate at the perfect location.

What's an 'exclusive use clause' in a commercial lease?

If you're relatively new to the world of business and commercial leases, one of the first things you need to learn -- whether you're the landlord or the renter -- is the meaning and importance of "exclusive use clauses" in your leases. Not knowing how use clauses work is a common -- and potentially costly -- mistake.

What information should I disclose as a commercial tenant?

If you are a business owner and you want to rent out a property for commercial purposes, you will need to negotiate a commercial lease. Commercial leases tend to be more complex than residential leases because there is more to consider.

Choosing a commercial real estate lease

If you are a business owner and you are trying to secure commercial real estate, you will need to successfully negotiate a commercial real estate lease. Doing so wisely is crucial for the future of your business. Unfortunately, many businesses make the mistake of signing a commercial real estate lease without fully evaluating the terms. This can lead to costly problems in the future.

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