The dynamic between tenants and landlords is changing. For a long time, a general understanding existed between landlords and tenants that though they may have divergent goals, they worked toward a business transaction that benefited both...Read More
Businesses know that being proactive in all areas of their practice is beneficial. Leases in real estate are no different. When the time comes to renew your lease, the goal is to have your landlord competing for your business.Read More
You may be paying more than you owe
As the industrial real estate market continues to enjoy historically high rents and building valuations, landlords are reaping the benefits in the form of increased profits. That said, there are several other...Read More
Industrial real estate lease agreements typically exist in two standard forms: net and gross. Most industrial buildings, owned by large professional or institutional landlords, are structured as net leases. This trend may not continue for much...Read More
Industrial tenants need to be vigilant in their compliance with any and all regulatory requirements. This can include OSHA, the FDA, municipal fire and safety requirements, operating permits, and municipal restrictions such as truck parking and...Read More
The supply/demand equation heavily favors the landlord in the current market. Landlords have the upper hand—or so they think!Read More
Across the country, the industrial market remains in the favor of building owners, while tenants are finding themselves at the mercy of a rapidly rising rental market. The negotiation process has become complicated, in the current...Read More
If a structural beam falls in a warehouse and no one is there to hear it, does it still make a sound?
OH. YES. IT. DOES.
$$CHA-CHING$$. Did you hear that? That's the sound of your money going straight to your landlord's bank. Let me explain...
“The value of a building is based almost completely on the cash stream, which comes from a tenant like you paying rent every month. Without steady cash flow, the building is just an empty box with limited value as real estate.”
In other words,...Read More