Closing A Commercial Lease

On January 25, 2014, in Newsletter, Tenant Tips, by Rob

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    • Types of Apartments
      Here are a few tips on types of apartments and ways to invest in them. There are totally different types of tenants in these different kinds of units. Looking at an apartment property for investment, choose the type of property you want to own, and think about where your tenants will come from.
    • Who Really Buys Commercial Property
      When we represent a seller of a commercial property, we try to determine, as soon as possible in the marketing process, what type of buyer is most likely to be interested in this particular property. We then focus the main appeal on those elements that are most important to that type of buyer.
    • Inspecting Investment Property
      Property inspections on purchases is the cornerstone of smart investing.
    • Closing A Commercial Lease
      When all of the negotiations have been completed, broker and the commercial tenant have agreed to the terms of the lease. Now all that is left is the lease closing. Often there are so many back-up papers than must be produced, examined and approved, the closing can be held up because of a forgotten document.

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Commercial Condos Are They For You

On December 18, 2013, in Newsletter, Tenant Tips, by Rob

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    • How to increase your property value
      We are certainly all looking for ways to increase income in the present market conditions. Sometimes the possibilities for changes are right before us. If you now own a commercial property or an apartment complex, you might try looking at the property with “new eyes” to see if you can spot any changes that could make you some extra rental income.
    • Types of commercial condos
      When the word condominium is mentioned, do you always think of residential properties? Of course, most condominiums are ones that people live in. But, let’s consider the other condominiums. There are all kinds. Any type of rental real estate can be converted to a condo.
    • How Aggressive Maintenance Prevents Problems
      Preventative maintenance is one of the most important components of successful property management.
    • What an asset manager does
      Owners of large portfolios of investment properties will usually call on asset managers when they need to make strategic business decisions involving management of these properties.

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Leasing Office Space

On August 13, 2013, in Newsletter, Tenant Tips, by Rob

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    • Condominiums Built For Business Owners
    • Exchanges Of Mortgaged Property
    • Space Sharing Executive Suites
    • Suburban Office Buildings
    • The Buyers For Commercial Properties

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    • Sublease Cooperation Between Tenant And Landlord
    • The Net Lease Checklist
    • Affordable Shopping Centers

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    • Increasing Cash Flow In Apartment Investments
    • Why The Office Building Is A Hot Investment
    • Getting Rich By Solving Problems In Real Estate

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Rob Cassam’s Commercial Real Estate Insider Newsletter- Money making tips for commercial real estate investors and end users 2013 newsletter has just been released!

Check out the year end wrap up by CCIM Institute that details everything you need to know about the Fiscal Cliff Deal and more. Also included is information on land development and condo conversions and management!

In this issue

    • 2012 Year End Reivew From CCIM Institute
    • The Basics of Land Development
    • Converting Apartments To Condos
    • Managing Residential Condos

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    • Keeping Your Tenants- Easier Than Finding New Ones
    • Single Tenant Properties- Not For All Investors
    • Property Turn Arounds For Profits

 

 

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Leasing Retail

If you are a business owner and are planning to lease retail space, make sure you do not make a costly mistake when choosing your location and negotiating your lease. Two of the most common mistakes retail tenants make when leasing space is not doing the necessary research prior to choosing a location and not utilizing the various professional services available to help during the leasing process.

Before you even start looking for locations, take the time to conduct the proper research and have a clear idea of what you are looking for and what you can afford. First, answer a few simple questions. What is your service or product? Who is your target consumer? What is your budget? What are your future plans? The answers to these questions can help guide your research. For example, you need not consider locations in an area zoned for bars and nightclubs if you are selling children’s toys. Likewise, you can rule out services for the elderly in an area populated by young singles. Your budget should be firmly mapped out and set in stone as well as a general idea of where you see the business in two, five and ten years. When determining your budget, make sure you have a budget set aside for the monthly lease payment as well as for utilities and maintenance. Include a budget for remodeling if necessary. Your future plans can be significant as most commercial leases are for a period of years, not months, with a lower monthly rate common when you agree to a longer lease period.

Finally, while paying for professional services can be an out of pocket expense in the short run, they often payoff ten fold in the long run. Use a market research company to determine where your target consumers are located. Depend on a commercial Realtor to find you the perfect space in the area you have chosen and pay an attorney to review your lease agreement to ensure that you do not make a costly mistake.

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