Whether you are a tenant or landlord, you have to ask yourself this question. Are you paying attention only to the term of the lease and rental rate or are there other lease terms that are just as important.
Whether the tenant is negotiating a 1-year, 5-year or 10-year lease, the dollars start adding up over time. The typical commercial lease can be from 30 to 120 pages long depending upon the customs of the region where the property is located.
We’re not just giving you a list. This will be an in depth review and analysis including:
- Which clauses are important and why
- Which clauses should be prioritized, depending upon the type of property, including retail, office or industrial
- Negotiating tactics for both landlords and tenants
- Best practices dealing with your real estate professionals
TOP SIX LEASE CLAUSES TENANTS MUST NEGOTIATE at 4:43 of video
- Use Clause @ 5:40
- Assignment and Subletting @ 8:13
- Lease Term and Options @ 25:42
- Premises Definition 40:33
- CAM Charges, Operating Expenses & Utilities @ 48:00
- Incorporation Clause @55:30