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4 questions to consider before opening a second business location

Expanding your business into multiple locations is certainly an exciting prospect for any owner. Whether the expansion is prompted by demand, financial success or necessity, having two or more locations is typically a sign that your company is on the right track. However, adding a location is not a decision to be made lightly.

When can a commercial lease be terminated early?

If you rent or rent out commercial space, you should have in place a comprehensive and enforceable lease agreement. These agreements can provide critical direction and protection to both landlords and tenants, should a dispute ever arise. One such dispute could be early termination of a lease.

Leasing commercial space? Beware of these 4 rent-related issues

One of the top concerns people have when it comes to leasing property is how much they are paying in rent. Tenants want to be sure they can afford rent and are getting their money’s worth; landlords want to make money and ensure their expenses are covered.

Commercial real estate issues that may arise in 2017

The commercial real estate market, much like the economy, has been recovering from the recession less than a decade ago. This has resulted in some volatility and unpredictability for tenants, landlords, developers and brokers since then. This year, however, experts in the commercial real estate industry forecast a more optimistic year ahead.

No trespassing: and other real estate disputes

You finally moved into your dream house in Florida. Everything was going just fine, until you found yourself smack dab in the middle of a contentious real estate dispute. Whether your fight is with your neighbor, a local governing body or a commercial realtor, it's understandable that you want to find the best means to resolve the matter in as quick and economically feasible a fashion as possible.

When is eviction illegal?

Although some landlords rent on an oral agreement, you will usually sign some sort of written agreement when renting out a home, outlining payment and the rules of the property. A landlord can evict, or remove, a tenant from the property if any part of the agreement is broken. However, they must give you proper warning before evicting you. Here are the conditions for legal eviction and the process your landlord must follow if they wish to evict you from the property.

Things you should know about land use and zoning laws

Pieces of land are usually divided into different zones to make life easier for residents and businesses. Creating land zones makes it easier for municipal corporations to develop the area according to specific requirements. The areas are developed to make sure the people in different zones are provided with all the required facilities. Some prime examples of land zoning are industrial zones, residential zones and commercial zones. Each zone is optimized to make it an ideal location.

Acquiring venture capital for your real estate business

Commercial real estate is one of the largest business industries in the United States. When working in this business, people might require assistance or external funding to help expand their business. Sources of venture capital may be used to obtain these funds. Venture capital is a type of funding in which specialized firms provide funding in the hope of receiving a long-term capital gain. Receiving venture capital involves complicated negotiations, and there is a lot of give and take before a final agreement is reached. The venture capital company tries its best to get the best possible deal, which could benefit them in the future.

Rules for property managers when evicting tenants

Property managers are people who are charged with taking care of real estate property. Property managers can also be firms who deal with real estate matters for a specific fee. Usually, owners who cannot deal with their own property hire property managers to do their dealings for them. Evicting tenants is one of the duties of property managers. There are several rules that must be followed when formally evicting tenants.

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