Everybody wants to work in an office that generates a lot of envy. The beautiful, modern building with the glass finishes and plenty of natural light that glitters seemingly on cue when you show of your new business to friends. Nobody wants the dungeon office; complete with one pigeon-holed window and a landlord that looks like he emerged straight from the pages of the latest Stephen King novel. To find the perfect place you need to know how to navigate your way around a commercial lease negotiation (which is why we’ve detailed the negotiation process below). Here are the questions you need to ask before you begin negotiating.
Choosing a business location can be the most exciting step in setting up your small business (or it can be the worst). It all boils down to choosing a location that suits both your needs and the needs of your customers. By asking the right questions and doing the proper research you should be able to find a suitable place to start your small business journey. Here’s what you need to know.
Negotiating a commercial lease can be an intimidating process due to all of the unknowns you may encounter. Fortunately, there are ways to figure out how much you should expect to pay and how to establish the best long term deal without sacrificing too much time and energy. Here are our top 3 strategies for negotiating a commercial lease.
For many start-ups and slowly (but surely) growing companies, the next step is finding office space for a small business. For many who have poured everything they have into their own business the next step can be a scary one. These small businesses are no small investments for the owners, understanding your options is crucial in your next steps. Here are 3 tips for finding office space for a small business.
You have outgrown the home office and are ready to seek out some bigger, commercial space; we hear from clients just like you all the time at S&D Realty. They are at a crossroads though, weighing their options on whether to buy or lease commercial real estate in Long Island. The answer is not the same for everyone; here are some things you need to consider that may make you want to lease commercial in Long Island over jumping to buy commercial space.