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What is the procedure to reconciliate commercial leases?
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How do commercial leases differ from residential leases?
Commercial leases are generally locked up for a much longer term then residential leases, and it's much, much harder to break a commercial lease. One big difference between commercial leases and residential leases that a lot of people don't realize is that commercial leases are not subject to many of the consumer protection laws that residential leases are. Make sure you know what you're getting into before signing. Most commercial leases are NNN which require the lessee to pay all utilities, insurance, and property taxes. Most residential leases are on a Gross rental basis and do not directly pay NNN charges. Commercial Appraiser http://www.harriscompanyrec.com
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Where can I learn about commercial leases for a small business?
Where can I find commercial property leases listed?
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Becoming Familiar with Commercial Leases?
Before leasing commercial property, become acquainted with the terms of the lease. Leasing commercial property for a business is different than leasing residential property. Get clear understanding of the amount of the rent, whether it is to be paid weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. The length of the lease is another important factor. You can not change or break a commercial lease. It is legally binding. Commercial leases are not a standard form lease but each is customized based on what type of business the landlord desires or is willing to lease the space out for. Examine commercial leases before signing, and make sure you understand the agreement that you are entering into.
Key Differences Between a Commercial and Residential Lease?
If you�re opening your own business, you are probably looking for the right commercial space. While most people are somewhat familiar with residential leases, commercial lease are completely foreign. When looking for a commercial lease, you will notice a few key differences. The first difference is that commercial leases are typically longer than residential leases. Commercial leases also cover important aspects like parking, repairs to the property, signage, alterations to the property, and liability. While a residential lease may touch on these subjects, they generally do so on a much smaller scale since residents rarely need a great deal of parking and insurance to accommodate their visitors. Before signing a lease, make sure that these terms meet your future needs.