New to commercial leasing? Here are some of the basics.

Questions and answers for those considering, or new to leasing.

Are there really that many differences between a Commercial Real Estate deal and buying or renting a house?

Theres a much wider variety of commercial property transactions than in the purchase of residential. Any real estate deal has its share of risks, and problems that can arise which you could never really foresee. In general, however, the risk and potential liability exposure that you face on a commercial real estate deal can be …

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Will I benefit from hiring more than one tenant representative for the same search?

Tenant Representatives have access to the same database of available properties. Using more than one representative can result in more inquiries to the same property, resulting in the building owner misinterpreting demand and inflating rental rates. It would be more effective to find a tenant rep with more experience rather than more tenant reps, it …

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Will my landlord pay for utilities?

It is the tenants responsibility to have utilities connected, pay rates, and have accounts terminated when they vacate the property. Prior to a lease being signed it is important to check with your preferred providers that they are happy to service the property. This includes phone/internet/TV services as well as electricity and gas.

What is zoning?

Land use zones are tools used to guide and manage the current and future use of land. Land zoning looks to locate common users close together such as putting houses near shops, and parks near schools. We can help you establish where you can and can't run your business, and we'll provide research at every …

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How do I protect my rights as a tenant?

Proper written documentation and communication with your landlord is the most important thing renters can do to protect their rights. In-house lease administration at Tenant Leasing Group makes us extremely thorough, and industry experience helps tenant representatives to foresee issues and take precautionary steps in negotiating leases.

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