Any question involving commercial (non residential) property management or commercial leasing.
You can see all my information as your expert under commercial real estate "investment" which I have been reponding to for some time now. My expertise however is really commercial leasing and property management (for which I am a Certified Property Manager "CPM"). I though I should more accurately be listed under Property Management or Commercial Leasing which you do not have a category yet. I would be most help answering questions involving Commerical Leases as that is what I do the most of in real life.
BA Political Communications, University of Memphis Certified Property Manager ("CPM"), Institute of Real Estate Management, Chicago
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Nancy: I appreciate your confidence in my ability however I am not as knowledgeable regarding retail property and current retail market conditions as I would need to be. You are wise to tackle this
Bernice: I am sorry that the calculation of your increased rent is unclear to you. Many, but far from all, leases clarify any chance for ambiguity by actually including a definitive written month-by-month
Kathy; As you may know, a GROSS UP of expenses is a contrived calculation of the actual building operating costs to mathematically adjust and increase expenses to account for vacancy. The various components
Debbie: My experience is that unless your Lease states in the text something like: "The landlord shall, at its' own cost and expense, supply and install no later than X(date), the X (list a weight in
omawari: I cannot tell if you had a lease on the dance space in question, or as you say, a "contract". Your agreement could also be a "License Agreement" to use the dance space. It would take much