Don’t Sign A Commercial Lease Until You Consult Us
Renting a place to live in versus renting a building for commercial use are two different processes. Since they are often standardized, residential leases in California rarely require the eyes of an attorney. Commercial leases, on the other hand, are complex and may be subject to negotiation. As such, you should consult a knowledgeable real estate lawyer before you sign.
If you have found the perfect space for your new store or business, but have reservations about the content of the lease, reach out to us today. At the Law Office of Ethan A. Glaubiger, we want to help you and your business thrive. This starts with a positive leasing experience.
We Can Help You Negotiate The Terms
We know that where you choose to lease is an investment. Let our attorney and his team help you make the right decision for you and your small business today.
When negotiating on your behalf, we will make sure to address the following items:
- Your monthly rent
- The length of your lease
- Possible reassignment of the lease
- Which utilities you are responsible for
- Who will handle repairs and upkeep
- If there is an arbitration clause
What you will need to pay for maintenance and taxes are terms that can ultimately impact your bottom line. For this reason, you cannot afford to overlook any potential issues.
Our Attorney Speaks Their Language
With over 25 years of practice in business and real estate law, attorney Ethan A. Glaubiger speaks the language of landlords and leases. Whether he is reviewing your contract or drafting a new one, his attention to detail ensures that your interests are protected.
Don’t risk the pitfalls of navigating a complicated commercial rental agreement by yourself. Instead, trust your case to us. To learn more about how you can benefit from our services and legal guidance, call our Santa Rosa office at 707-387-0955 or send us an email today.