Before starting your search for commercial space or choosing a broker, it’s a good idea to set clear priorities, so that you don’t waste your time looking at inappropriate properties. Here are some of the main issues to consider.
Your lawyer can be a powerful ally during negotiations with your prospective landlord. How you work together will depend on your budget, your style, and the complexity and length of your lease. Negotiate your lease with the help of an experienced real estate lawyer.
For some businesses, especially those renting industrial space in a building where polluting substances such as solvents may have been used, you’ll need to do some additional work, such as arranging an environmental inspection, before you sign a lease.
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In a net lease, the tenant not only pays rent, but also part of the building's operating costs. These costs include property taxes, insurance and maintenance -- a lease that requires the tenant to pay for all three of these costs is known as a "triple net" lease.