May 9, 2016
A commercial leasehold improvement refers to modifications or additions to commercial space to make it suitable for your business needs. This can include electrical and lighting modifications, breaking down a wall, adding an additional room, etc.
There are four main w...
How landlords offer to pay for improvements will depend on a number of factors:
The location, type, and age of the property
The number of potential tenants who are interested in the property
What has worked well for the landlord and tenants in the past
The portion of your lease that covers improvements is usually called the “Improvements & Alterations” clause. Here are some things to consider when negotiating this clause with your landlord.
How Much Money Do You Need?
TIAs typically fall in the range of $5 to $15 per s...
How Commercial Leasehold Improvements Work
What’s the Best Way to Get Paid for Improvements?
How to Negotiate With Your Landlord About Improvem...
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