When searching for industrial premises there are a number of things which should be considered. There is the choice of leasing or making an outright purchase but, in either case, care needs to be taken in order that there are no regrets later. This is when the services of a commercial real estate broker should be utilised.
It’s a question many business owners have asked themselves; an important fork in the road. Either option comes with its own benefits and disadvantages. Glenn Duker, lawyer and commercial leasing specialist, runs through some of the pros and cons that will help you decide which one is right for you.
Running your own business is an attractive and exciting idea for many people, but there are many factors to consider before you take the plunge. To turn your business dreams into a reality, proper planning is key. Ensure that you conduct thorough research before you launch, and that you have a good amount of capital to give yourself the best start. But how do you estimate the start up costs? Lawyer and solicitor Glenn Duker offers some tips.
Often you come across blogs about commercial property leases that are targeted towards the potential tenant, such as ‘how to negotiate your lease’, or ‘what you should do when you have a problem with your lease’. Rarely do you read articles aimed at the property owner, or something that first time owners of commercial property might actually benefit from. So to address this imbalance, here are some helpful tips to successfully lease out your commercial property.
So your commercial lease contract has come to an end and you’ve decided to move on. Whatever reason you’ve opted to vacate the premises, you as the tenant will have an obligation to leave the space in as good a condition as it was when you moved in: this is called ‘making good at the end of a lease’ and failing to do so is more trouble than it’s worth. Specialist commercial lease solicitor Glenn Duker offers some helpful information on how to wrap up a rental agreement without burning any bridges.
As a lawyer and solicitor with years of experience in business law, dispute resolution, and industrial leases and purchases, Glenn Duker has seen his fair share of contractual wrangling – and it can stem from the simplest of communication issues. Let’s take a look at the scenario below.
Most of us have moved house at least once and know how much work goes into finding the perfect place: you inspect property after property, assessing a variety of conditions that will ultimately help you make your decision. Factors like location, rent, size, car parking and nearby amenities are all important to consider as they will make or break your living situation.