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Landlords Increasingly Looking to Shift Insurance Obligations to Tenants

Feb 27, 2017 1:16:27 PM / by George Grace posted in Landlords, Liability Insurance, Tenants, Leasing Space, THE KNOG, Commercial Building, Business Interruption Insurance

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Landlords Increasingly Looking to Shift Insurance Obligations to Tenants

Landlords have recently become more aggressive in trying to shift some of the costs of insurance that they traditionally carried onto their tenants. In a large commercial building, the cost of all of these policies can be significant. Essentially, the insurance requirements increase the cost of leasing space. Tenants should be wary of the extra costs these insurance requirements can impose. 

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A Tale of Two Landlords

Jan 20, 2017 12:42:14 PM / by George Grace posted in Landlords, Tenant Representative Broker, Tenants, THE KNOG

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A Tale of Two Landlords

In the real estate business, it’s no secret in Manhattan that when you get out into the boroughs or suburbs, the quality of the landlords changes quite dramatically. It’s not true of all landlords, but there is a definite mindset that begins to take hold as soon as you cross the Hudson or East River: Tenants are a necessary evil, not valued customers.  

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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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How Do I Get out of My Commercial Real Estate Lease

May 20, 2015 4:28:49 PM / by George Grace posted in Business Lease, George Grace, Landlord Breaches, Landlords, Mohr Partners, Real Estate Lease, Subleasing, Tenants, Office Lease, THE KNOG, Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

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How Do I Get out of My Commercial Real Estate Lease?

“Getting out” of a lease for a business is usually a last resort, but sometimes a necessary one. The good news is that there are methods available to expedite an early out. Planning before the lease is signed is essential. Inability to pay the rent isn’t the only reason a tenant may need to break a lease. It may be more important if you are very successful and need larger space. Here are the lease clauses and methods to consider:

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5 Key Factors to Finding the Perfect Space for Your Business

Apr 9, 2015 9:48:59 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Landlords, Real Estate Lease, Office Space Rental, Office Work Space, THE KNOG, Mohr Partners Inc, Real Estate

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5 Key Factors to Finding the Perfect Space for Your Business

When a company comes to us looking for the perfect space from which to operate and grow their business, we have 5 major factors that we take into account. These 5 key considerations can either greatly enhance or detract from the properties that we evaluate.

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Is Your Broker Looking Out for You or Your Landlord?

Mar 18, 2015 5:18:31 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Landlords, Manhattan Real Estate, Real Estate Lease, Tenants, THE KNOG, Economic Growth, Mohr Partners Inc, Real Estate, Tenant Rep Broker

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Is Your Broker Looking Out for You or Your Landlord?

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