How Landlords Use Security Deposits in Commercial Real Estate
Your landlord may ask for a security deposit to assure that cash will be available if you fail to pay the rent or don’t make other payments required under the lease.
Using a Letter of Credit (Not a Security Deposit) for Commercial Property
Cash is by far the most common type of security—and it’s what most landlords prefer. But it’s not the only way to satisfy the landlord’s requirement that you provide a cushion.
Getting Your Security Deposit Back When Renting Commercial Space
When your lease comes to an end, either by its own terms or by early termination, you’ll be entitled to the return of the deposit, less any sums that the landlord has properly withheld.
Get Your Security Deposit Back
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