Congratulations. You’ve started and built a successful food truck business, but your ambitions have outgrown your mobile operation. Now you’re considering taking things to the next level and bringing your food truck to a permanent brick and mortar location.
If you’re a retailer – unless you’re among the rare breed of owner-operators or web-based retailers – your real estate lease agreement is critical. Beyond the “look” and location provided by your leased premises, a favorable lease agreement can form an important foundation for your business.
And perhaps more so, a poor lease agreement can lead to unexpected consequences that can cripple your business. In other words, it’s worth the time and effort necessary to negotiate a favorable deal with your landlord-to-be before putting ink to paper – or perhaps, nowadays, electronic signature to portable document file.
If you’re a Sacramento-area commercial property owner and want to fill a vacancy, or better yet, prevent one before it happens, you had better stay with the times in 2020. While “Vacancy” may be a dirty word for commercial property owners, it’s important to tackle the idea head-on. The word itself connotes stress and struggles in the quest to find the right users for your idle property. After all, a good return on investment requires a return.
Consider the following ideas for filling vacancies from the experts at Capital Rivers Commercial.
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