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Negotiating the “Total Cost” of Your Rental Agreement

Jul 8, 2015 5:23:30 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Lease Agreements, Mohr Partners, Tenant Build-Outs, Tenant Representative Broker, Tenants, New York City, THE KNOG, Commercial Lease, Commercial Property, Commercial Real Estate Lease, Commercial Space, Commercial Real Estate, Landlord, Real Estate, Rental Agreement

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Negotiating the "Total Cost" of Your Rental Agreement

“Total cost” encompasses more than the rent.

When negotiating a commercial lease the “total cost,” including each of these factors, must be considered:

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How Executive Real Estate Decisions are Made

Jun 17, 2015 5:06:04 PM / by George Grace posted in Building Maintenance Department, Chief Marketing Officer, George Grace, Mohr Partners, Tenants, Office, Office Space, Office Space Rental, Office Tenant, Office Work Space, THE KNOG, Commercial Property, Commercial Real Estate Lease, Commercial Space, Real Estate, Sales Manager

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How Executive Real Estate Decisions are Made

When corporations are looking for office space, they typically start by casting a large net. This involves taking the interests of all key players into consideration before narrowing down the choices.

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How Do I Get Out Of My Commercial Real Estate Lease? Part 2

Jun 3, 2015 6:21:43 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Landlords, Landlord’s Breach, Lease Agreement, Mohr Partners, Office Tenant, Real Estate Broker, THE KNOG, Buyout, Commercial Real Estate Lease, Litigation, Fortune 500 Tenant, Landlord

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How Do I Get Out Of My Commercial Real Estate Lease? Part 2

In the previous post, we discussed subleasing, assigning, desk-sharing and the option to cancel as some of the remedies a business might use to get out of a lease. In this post, we discuss the least desirable ways to get out of a lease: buyout and litigation.

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