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Tenants Need To Know – Who Pays For That?

first-avenue-867225_1280Typically when leasing office space, most contracts will require that the tenant pays for most, if not all, building operating expenses. However, tenants should not have to pay commissions, improvement costs or depreciation among other things. We found a comprehensive list of those and other items you shouldn’t have to pay for at the Ruminations blog. Check it out!

In order to protect your interests in lease negotiations, consider engaging howardcommercial. We know the ins and outs of the real estate transaction including all the provisions contained in a lease agreement. A real estate lease is complex legal document with provisions that contain significant financial implications that go beyond the rental terms. How operating expenses are handled, interruption of basic services, sublease provisions, the list goes on and on. Give us a call at 314.821.0085 or send us an introductory email at

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