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Renewing Your Lease? Consider This First!

Renewing Your Lease? Consider This First!

Need to Renew?   Renewing a lease can be a pretty overwhelming and complex situation for corporate tenants who are accustomed to simply doing their job and not worrying about real estate.  While that’s tough, it’s also a way to learn what the current market is doing and how the current position of your business can determine whether you can negotiate better lease terms moving forward. When yo

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Looking to Move Your Office?  Leave it to the Professionals

Looking to Move Your Office? Leave it to the Professionals

  You are a successful business owner and everything is booming in your world.  Your current location has been good to you but your client base has grown dramatically.  The past few years have afforded you a great proof of concept but you know you could offer your clients more.  You know you need a new atmosphere and better location to best serve your clients.  Where do you start?&n

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Commercial Real Estate Conflict – A Real Hurdle for Consideration

Commercial Real Estate Conflict – A Real Hurdle for Consideration

  Resist the Urge   You are driving in your car and you see a  “For Lease” sign on the building. You happen to be in the market for space and you want to call for more information.  Logically, that makes the most sense, however, the phone number you see is for the building owner's representation.  If you do not have your own representation, the situation can quickly become unfa

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Why Should I Hire My Broker Exclusively?

Why Should I Hire My Broker Exclusively?

Georgia Real Estate Law requires a tenant to have a statement in writing of their desire to hire a broker to represent them. If you are a tenant looking for commercial space on your own, you have probably been speaking to the leasing agent who is the broker (or leasing agent) for the seller. The seller's agent cannot offer any advice or guidance to the tenant and is not obligated to keep any information conf

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Your Lease Should Protect You

Your Lease Should Protect You

Although you do your best as a small business owner to forecast revenue and expenses, sometimes there are extenuating circumstances that affect your business’s success or failure. Since leasing office space spans such a long gap of time (relative to the small business cycle), is legally binding and commits capital over a period of time, it is inherently risky. Using a worst case scenario (terminating your l

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