Can answer questions on all aspects of commercial real estate management, including lease administration, eviction issues, financial reporting and budgeting, asset valuation/enhancement, marketing & leasing, and site maintenance and repairs. 20+ years of real estate management.
25+ years in commercial management. Current own and operate property management company in southern California.
BOMA and IREM
CPM (Certified Property Manager), RPA (Real Property Administrator)
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$.50/sf for NNN (CAM, taxes, and insurance) isn't that unusual for retail situations. I would ask to see a breakdown of the expenses so that you know what you would be paying for. Whether the rent is in
I'm not sure of any metric to use to put a value on lease options. It really comes down to whatever you can negotiate. Perhaps the existing tenant would agree to end his lease early? (He may be able to
The bad news is that you could be asked to cure the violation. The not so bad news is that any other violators would also be required to comply if the enforcement comes from the HOA or other governing
What would you file? There are no damages as of yet, other than the damaged fence, and that actually damages the landlord more than you since he owns it. I think your offer is a good one -- perhaps you
The management fee is for services required to manage the building. The admin fee, sometimes called a CAM surcharge, is to manage the maintenance and repairs of the common areas. Sometimes landlords charge