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Debunking Lease Renewal Myths, for Franchise Tenants

As a prospective or new franchise tenant, you need to pay close attention to your initial commercial lease, but don’t just stop there! You should also think ahead to your commercial lease renewal!

Figuring Out Where Your Business Will Thrive, Not Just Survive

The location a franchisee leases is like the foundation upon every other brick that is laid for the business.

Negotiating the Business Terms of the Commercial Lease

Although it would be nice, it’s highly unlikely that a commercial landlord will hand you a proposed lease with correctly worded and perfect terms and conditions.

Commercial Leasing 101 for Franchise Tenants

Joining a well-recognized franchise system can help an entrepreneur find business success; however, starting the commercial leasing process in the right direction is critical for achieving the best results. If you take the wrong path, you may not achieve your goals or even your business's full potential.

Lease Termination Tips for Franchise Tenants

As a franchise tenant, you may have found it quite easy to secure a lease with a commercial landlord; however, you may face many roadblocks if, or when, you need to terminate your lease.

Utilizing and Presenting an Offer to Lease for Franchise Tenants

As we explain in our new book, Negotiating Commercial Leases & Renewals FOR DUMMIES, an offer to lease is generally the best way to proceed when you’re ready to enter into a formal agreement with the landlord.

Buying vs. Leasing Commercial Space: Pros and Cons for Franchise Tenants

As we explain in our new book, Negotiating Commercial Leases & Renewals FOR DUMMIES, the most common reason tenants lease space instead of buying a location is because of availability – or a lack thereof. Ninety-five percent of all commercial space is for lease and not for sale.

Standing in the Landlord's Shoes: What Landlords Want from New Franchise Tenants

Securing a commercial tenancy isn’t always an easy process. For one reason, landlords and tenants have different motivations.

Dealing with Renovations and Construction for Franchise Tenants

Prospective and new franchisees shouldn’t just stop at signing their initial commercial lease … they should start thinking ahead to their commercial lease renewal.