Leasing Commercial Real Estate

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on April 5, 2006

If you have never rented commercial space before, there are a few things you need to know before you sign.

First, there’s no standard lease agreement. Each lease is different and needs to be carefully reviewed.

Second, a lease is a legally binding contract, not something you can break at will or easily change to suit your needs. Before you lock yourself into a lease, you need to ask yourself, your broker, and the landlord some crucial questions to make sure you’re finding the best property for your business.

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