Sunday, June 29, 2008

Structuring & Negotiating Commercial Leases

These are details to Structuring & Negotiating Commercial Leases.

Topics covered include:
- Other parties involved: Guarantor, Lender, Title insurance company, Attorney
- Understanding the details of your business plans determines the lease
- Long term implications of your agreements
- The relationship with the landlord: advantages & disadvantages
- Premises, Expansions, & appurtenant rights
- Negotiating the expenses: rent, operating expenses, real estate taxes and percentage rent
- Maintenance obligations
- Avoiding double-counting: increases in basic rent and contributions toward the landlords operating expenses

Samples of the types of questions answered in the Video Leadership Seminar include:
- Beside the landlord and the tenant, what other parties may be involved in the lease?
- What are the most important business considerations for the tenant to keep in mind as it enters the lease negotiations?
- How can the lease negotiations be made most efficient and mostly likely to succeed?
- Which terms have the greatest liability exposure for the companies signing the lease?
- What calculations are used to assess financial terms of the lease? What results indicate a term should be avoided?
- What strategies and tactics are proven successful for each key area of the lease?

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A. Mark Argentino
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