A commercial tenant views a lease negotiation quite differently than does the landlord. As most leases tend to be drafted by the landlord, a tenant must begin an uphill battle to gain as many concessions as possible. This is an arduous task made easier by a full understanding of what are the most important issues for a tenant in a commercial lease transaction.
How does the financial profile of the tenant enter into the picture? Where can a tenant get hurt the most by hidden costs or unforeseen expenses? Why is “leverage” the most important concept to consider in this process? This webinar will help one understand how the tenant, generally the underdog in lease transactions, can turn the tables and become the most powerful player in the leasing game.
Experience Harold is responsible for all aspects of business development and execution at Keen-Summit Capital Partners. He focuses on the developing and implementing strategic real estate and corporate finance plans… Read More
Andrew J. Abrams is a member of the Chicago law firm of Boodell & Domanskis, LLC. Andrew handles a range of commercial transactions and business disputes for clients. Andrew’s experience… Read More
Howard has been involved in commercial real estate for over 39 years now as both an attorney, broker, arbitrator and now radio show host and founder of CRE Radio & TV, since… Read More