Commercial Leases

Unless you own a home-based business, it is very likely that you will have to sign a commercial lease for the location of your business. Your lease will be one of the largest monthly expenses of your business and you should know how much you will be paying in rent every month. When we review commercial leases, we identify all the current and future charges that are included in your commercial lease and we take the time to explain these charges to you. Further, we will negotiate the terms of the lease with the landlord to avoid unexpected and unreasonable charges and help you grow your business.

Typically a well-drafted commercial lease has been drafted by attorneys, who specialize in drafting commercial leases, hired by the landlord to protect the landlord’s interest. The language of these commercial leases can be very confusing and unless you are trained and experienced in reviewing these documents, you could be signing a blank check to the landlord and make a costly mistake to your business and financial well being. When you hire an attorney to review and advise you on the commercial lease, you are leveling the “playing field” with the landlord.

For this reason, it is highly recommended that before you sign a commercial lease, you consult with an attorney experienced in reviewing and negotiating commercial leases. If you are considering leasing space for your business, we can assist you in reviewing and negotiating the lease.

Whether your business is in a strip mall, major retail shopping center, or office building, we can help you. Contact us today to review your commercial lease.

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