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Business and Industry
If the lease of a business is less than 7 years do you have to regester the lease in the land regestery?
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What kind of people lease business equipment?
How long of a time period on a lease should a new small business opt for?
The Advantages of commercial property leases?
Many new business owners start with property for lease commercial arrangements for their flexibility. The maintenance, utilities and other property management is done by the lessor, giving the business owner more time to grow their business. Surveys show that many new businesses will lease for one to two years then relocate once their business grows to the point where expansion is feasible. Another advantage of commercial property leasing is the lease payments are tax deductible as an expense. If the business leasing agreement meets the IRS standards for expenses, the business can lower their tax liability and retain more of their earnings. Businesses want to put their earnings back into the business to increase future earnings and growth.
Will it be cheaper for me to go the route of leasing gym equipment for my new business or should I purchase outright?
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Leasing Commercial Space?
Leasing commercial space is an essential step in the ongoing operation of a business. For a start-up business, the property lease is one of the first steps in starting the business, and one of the most critical. Businesses lease commercial space generally every three to four years. However, there are several steps involved in finding commercial space before a lease is even contemplated. A business operator must first evaluate space requirements, including size and location. The lessee will then survey the market area in an attempt to locate a few prospective properties. With those few in hand, the lessee can request proposals from property managers. Each property must be considered carefully before requesting lease rates and terms. Those, too, can be compared to each other in order to make a selection of one space to attempt to lease. Only then can lease negotiations be entered into. Problems which arise after lease consummation are always much harder to resolve than they would have been during the lease negotiation stage. Often a landlord will present a would-be tenant with a "standard" lease agreement, and suggest that this is the form used in every lease. In fact, though, this document most likely is drafted in such a way as to serve a landlord's interests and ignore a would-be tenant's. Leases should always be negotiated point-by-point by a tenant, with modifications requested or even demanded. At a preliminary stage of lease development, most terms are negotiable.
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How much money is required to start a retail shoe store business?
A rough estimate would be $40,000 in inventory, $30,000 in basic setup costs, a $45,000 cash flow and the lease obligations. Depending on the location in which you intend to setup, you may be required to prove you have the means to cover the lease for 1, 2, 5 or even 10 years. If you intend to lease or rent on a month to month basis you will not have this burden but lease negotiations in the better parts of most towns will require evidence of the ability to cover the lease payments in advance. A friend of mine invested $80,000 in setting up a shoe store in Toronto back in 1989 and was lucky enough to only have to guarantee a year of lease payments was possible.