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Maximizing Your Chances of Approval for Extending a Commercial Lease in California

Relocating your business comes with substantial challenges and costs – from moving logistics to reestablishing your customer base. For many companies, renewing an existing commercial lease is the optimal strategy. However, lease renewal is rarely a straightforward process. To maximize your chances of approval, it pays to understand lease renewal complexities and adopt informed negotiation … Read More

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Protecting Your Business During a Commercial Property Sale: A Guide for Tenants

If you are a business renting commercial space, few situations are more disruptive than having the landlord sell the property out from under you. Suddenly, your comfortable lease agreement and working relationship with the owner are thrown into question. Will the new buyer honor the existing lease? Do they plan to redevelop the property or … Read More

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Commercial real estate partnership disputes are expected since the parties to the agreement may need to adhere to their partnership contract prepared by legal counsel. A seasoned expert witness, who has acted as a managing member in several partnerships, may provide valuable insight into the dos and don’ts of running the business. What are the … Read More

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Real Estate Broker’s Registration at the End of a Listing Agreement

Real estate registrations by brokers may be a thing of the past since we have been in an overstimulated real estate market. As we all know, this overheated market is now ending since the Federal Government is raising interest rates and the market is starting to slow down. Real estate listing agreements usually do not … Read More

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Buying and Selling a Triple Net Leased Investment Out of State

The landlord is relieved of the responsibility to pay all expenditures indicated above, including property taxes, insurance premiums, utilities, maintenance, and repair charges, under a triple net lease, often known as a net-net-net or NNN lease. Rent and all expenses shall be the responsibility of the Tenant. Triple net leases are often long-term (ten years … Read More

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INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE In Los Angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire, and Ventura County the AIR CRE which collects statistics on rents and vacancies have just published an eye-opening report. Rents in the last twelve months have increased by 36% and asking rents for any vacancies have increased by 49%. This phenomenal event surely surpasses any … Read More

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Creativity in Lease Negotiations – Rental Increases

Almost all leases contain provisions for increasing the rent during the initial term of the lease or lease extensions. The following tips will apply to Landlords and Tenants. One of the most negotiated parts of a lease is usually the base rent at the commencement of the lease. Once you get past the base rent, … Read More

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