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Tips for Renewing a Lease

Before your company’s office lease expires, ask yourself, “Should we renew our lease?” STOP! Don’t do anything yet. Did you know that on average, 70% of tenants will renew their lease? However, if you are unhappy with your current space […]

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Turnkey Build-out vs. TI Allowances

In a lease, landlords and tenants will agree to certain improvements to spaces, especially if the building is only an exterior shell. Landlords will provide either a turnkey build-out to a space without any interior fittings, or a tenant improvement […]

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What are the Different Types of Commercial Leases?

The five most common forms of commercial real estate leases are gross, single net, double net, triple net, and percentage. A gross lease is a fully serviced lease. A fully serviced lease means the landlord pays all or most of […]

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Turning Your Office Green

“Going green” may have been thought of as a passing fad, but it is here to stay. Interested in how your company can GO GREEN? Follow these tips to initiate a green policy for your company: Lighting: Which lights need […]

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Why are Tenant Brokers Necessary?

Landlords have their own representation in a lease process, so why don’t you? If you believe that you can find a step-by-step comprehensive guide on how to represent, negotiate, and finalize a commercial property lease by yourself, all while getting […]

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Listing Agent vs. Tenant Broker

Looking for a commercial space to rent or purchase may seem challenging, especially if you do not understand the difference between the listing agent and the tenant broker. If you try and do it yourself, you will interact solely with […]

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Timing is Everything – What to Expect During the Leasing or Buying of a Property

In most leasing and purchasing situations of commercial real estate, there are four main players: 1. Tenant (You) 2. Landlord (Them) 3. Leasing Broker (Individual who works for the Landlord’s best interest) 4. Tenant Representative (Individual who works for Tenant’s […]

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