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3 Things to Know When Negotiating a Commercial Lease

3 Things to Know When Signing a Commercial Lease

Today’s guest post is by Evan Tarver, a small business and investments writer for Fit Small Business, fiction author, and screenwriter with experience in finance and technology. When he isn’t busy scheming his next business idea, you’ll find Evan holed up in a coffee shop working on the next great American fiction story.

4 Things to Know When Negotiating a Commercial Lease

Commercial leases typically have longer terms than residential leases and have more tenant and landlord clauses. Whether you’re working with a broker or negotiating yourself, it’s important to fully understand a commercial lease before you sign as it can have a significant impact on the success of your business.

Below are the top 4 things you should know about commercial leases that’ll help you negotiate more favorable lease terms:

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Single-Tenant Industrial Assets: Lower Cap Rates Get A Higher Estimation

A pair of Chicago-based brokerages have reported that all-time lows in cap rates for net leased industrial properties are a harbinger of greater demand for the property class.  In its Net Lease Market Report for Q1 2016, net lease commercial real estate firm Boulder Group has identified the see-saw linking low cap rates top high price points for net lease single-tenant industrial properties.

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Retail Expansion Fueling Demand For New Net Lease Assets

Scattered retail expansion in Q2 of this year continued due to low interest rates and persistent consumer demand. Nationally, retailers continue to expand, re-tool their business models and test new markets. This, according to at least one market researcher, has added up to increasing demand for new-construction net lease assets that are in turn commanding premium prices due to the scarcity of these types of opportunities.

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