When a company enters into a long-term lease agreement, there’s a certain amount of risk involved. What if your company outgrows the space you’ve leased? What if business interests shift and your company needs to relocate to a more market-friendly area? Or, worse yet, what if the company folds entirely?
A commercial real estate lease is second only to payroll when it comes to monthly overhead for companies large and small. That’s why negotiating the best possible lease agreement for your business is critical. It’s a reliable, predictable expense that you can build into any budget and depending on the
Once you’ve located your ideal space (after a lengthy search, tour, and negotiation process), the real work begins. Moving, logistics, and continuity of business are your prime concerns, but there’s more you should consider before signing the lease and securing the keys. Hopefully, you’ve been transparent about the amount of
If you’ve been in the market for commercial real estate space, you know the difficulties that come with finding and securing the right space for your budget. Outside of a long-term rental commitment with a landlord, your options are limited between subleasing office space or a shared office space. Most
As with any agreement, there are a number of important factors to consider before entering into a commercial real estate lease. Whereas a residential lease typically lasts 12 months, the commercial real estate world expects anywhere between three and 15 years. While small businesses tend to be more cautious and