Lease a Business Building: Negotiate the Best Deal
What you'll learn
- Discover the difference between residential and commercial leases.
- Hire a real estate tenant broker to represent you at no cost to you.
- Find a building and research it thoroughly.
- Learn the process of leasing a commercial building, including office, restaurant, warehouse, and retail shop.
- Calculate the total lease amount to ensure that you can afford it before signing the lease.
- Negotiate to get the lowest price, most free rent, and other terms that benefit your business.
- Locate the ideal team to help you build out your tenant improvements.
- Get legal help from your real estate attorney interpreting and refining the contract.
- Ensure you are adequately prepared and won’t default or get evicted.
- Terminate your lease and get a full refund of your security deposit upon vacating the premises.
- Use your commercial building as a place to grow and expand your business, and increase your profitability.
- Define industry abbreviations and terms such as “TI”, “NNN” and “Gross Lease”.
- Get 10 free bonus handouts, including budgets and worksheets.
- View 10 sample real-life documents.
- • Commercial tenants should have paper and pen handy to take notes. They will need a printer if they want to print the handouts.
- • Students should have an open mind and be prepared to try the actions described. They should have a willingness to learn and be ready to take action.
Who this course is for:
- • This course is designed for small business owners, entrepreneurs, and independent contractors.• Any business person who needs to rent a commercial business building for the first time can benefit from this course.
- • This is NOT for advanced commercial tenants who are already familiar with the process of leasing a commercial business building.
Regina P. Brown, a leader in her community, is a licensed Real Estate Broker in California since 1988. Her passion is helping families create a legacy through financial education. She offers real estate seminars and consults extensively with clients one-on-one. She's experienced 2 full real estate economic cycles and has successfully solved many challenging situations.
Ms. Brown is a strong advocate for families, consumers, and her clients. Her mission is to:
· Raise the bar for real estate and mortgage industry professionals
· Educate consumers, be an advocate, and help bring positive change to our economic system
· Assist families to increase their financial knowledge, economic independence, and wealth freedom through individual counseling and published resources
Educated with two degrees in each Real Estate and Business Management, and armed with a Technical Writing Certificate, Ms. Brown uses her skills to advise her clients; but also as a contributor to the community and professional associations. Her experience includes Habitat for Humanity board member and volunteer, ePro Realtor® certification, active member and participant with the local Realtor® Association, and leadership roles.
Ms. Brown attends continuing education classes and stays abreast of the ever-changing real estate industry. She is trained as a Loss Mitigation Consultant. She also teaches a seminars to real estate agents. Ms. Brown looks forward to helping shape the future of the real estate industry and American family economics. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you!