As a commercial real estate tenant you MUST have this exclusive report if you are about to negotiate your commercial space lease or a renewal to your lease. In this one of a kind detailed report, we review one of the most negotiated clauses in the typical commercial space lease.
Only in this report will you learn how to save money by requesting the 44 different deductions and exclusions from the Landlord’s recoverable operating costs. These deductions and exclusions have been gleaned from hundreds of different leases negotiated by some of the world’s best known brands and some of the industry’s toughest lease negotiators and lawyers. You gain all that collective expertise at a mere fraction of the cost.
In this report, we offer you all 44 must-have deductions and exclusions, plus we tell you why you should negotiate each one – giving you the reasoning you can use during your negotiation.
It is important in a commercial real estate lease to be specific about what you want – and more importantly, what you don’t want. It has been said that you only get what you negotiate for, and we tell you what you should ask for!
Any one of these deductions may save you hundreds of dollars over the term of the lease. Some could save you thousands! Yet, your the investment in this report – that is only available through us – is just $99.00 (+tax). That is less than the price of one cup of coffee per deduction. An incredible return on your investment. Lawyers spend up to 10 times that amount to learn less than what we are offering you in this report. This should be one of the first purchases you make.
However, if you enroll in our unique online Masterguide to Leasing for OccupiersTM course we will include this report for FREE. This course provides much more information you need to know, including additional information when negotiating the recoverable operating costs section of the lease not covered in this already detailed report. The Masterguide to Leasing for Occupiers course is very affordable, but when you consider the FREE bonus of this report, you should consider the value of the whole program.