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- July 22, 2021
One of the most overlooked, yet important, provisions in a commercial lease agreement is the quiet enjoyment provision. It’s included in virtually all leases, yet many tenants and landlords are unaware of the provision’s terms and the consequences that occur when a tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment is breached. So, what does the quiet enjoyment […]
- July 15, 2021
In commercial real estate, a purchaser often requests an American Land Title Association (ALTA) survey to confirm accurate site size, property boundaries, building and improvement footprints and sizes, and any title encumbrances and physical encroachments on the real estate. Its purpose is to locate, determine, or reestablish the perimeters, division lines, or boundaries of real […]
- July 8, 2021
Early occupancy, sometimes referred to as early possession, is when a tenant is granted access to part or all of a space they have leased prior to the lease’s start date. In most early occupancy cases, a landlord typically agrees to early occupancy as a way to encourage a tenant to sign the lease. Oftentimes, […]
- July 1, 2021
Commercial lease agreements are laden with complicated provisions and sometimes ambiguous jargon. As a tenant, it’s important to take the time to understand the terms within your lease agreement, like common area maintenance (CAM) caps, in order to make the best real estate decision for your organization.
- June 24, 2021
No two real estate deals look the same. That’s why it’s essential that you work closely with your legal department and a trusted real estate advisor to navigate the stages of a successful commercial real estate acquisition strategy. As part of our team’s CRE acquisition strategy blog series, we’ve discussed how to: establish your CRE […]