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Business owners use lease terms to protect their interests

As a business owner in Florida, you may have found that is not always easy to find the perfect spot to house your company. The state is experiencing tremendous economic growth and the real estate market is very competitive. As a result, the price of rent for a preferred property could run extremely high.

Irresponsible landlords can cost tenants money

In regard to running a successful business, there is a very basic but important formula: revenue minus expenses equals profit. When you start a business, you likely assume that at some point you will be able to make this simple equation work out in your favor. One of the key elements in making this happen is by keeping expenses under control.

Miami real estate flying high thanks to financial high fliers

To say that Miami’s high-end real estate industry is booming only begins to describe what is going on in the Magic City. In fact, according to a recent article in the Miami Herald, the current goings-on are downright magical. Being involved in commercial real estate can be very lucrative.

Technology may take bigger role in commercial real estate deals

Many industries have benefited greatly from many of the technological innovations that have been developed in recent years. However, according to an article recently published on the Forbes website, commercial real estate has not been one of those industries.

Certain actions prohibited in landlord-tenant disputes

Hopefully, after you have settled on terms and signed on the dotted line of a lease, the duration of your stay in a rented business property will be free of any serious disagreements with your landlord. Unfortunately, sometimes disputes do occur and a landlord may attempt to force a tenant from the premises. Such situations can prove very difficult, especially if the landlord acts in a particularly aggressive manner.

Landlords have responsibility for habitable property conditions

When renting property for a business, you as a tenant must have certain assurances. A business needs a structure that is safe and functional. To this end, landlords have a responsibility to see to it that certain aspects of a property are properly maintained.

Many elements can determine best choice for business property

One mantra often repeated about small businesses is “location, location, location.” One simple word said in repetition to drive home a vital idea: where you locate your business can have a huge impact on how that business performs. In a previous post on this blog, we examined some general considerations you should make when looking at specific properties. This week we are going to look at what factors can determine the best location for your business.

What to look for when leasing property for business

You have decided it is time to strike out on your own and start your own business in Florida. But running a business is not easy and one mistake could be the difference between a great success and closing one's doors. One thing you don't want to do is stumble out of the blocks by leasing the wrong space.

Miami's Lincoln Road real estate market is booming

It’s no secret that Miami’s — and all of Florida’s, for that matter — real estate market took a huge hit in the recession. But the area is now undergoing a revival of sorts, with prices going back up and investors swooping in to buy the vacant spots left around town.