39 – Litigator Discusses The Top 10 Lease Clauses To Avoid A Lawsuit

Hello, and welcome to Episode 39 of the Corporate Real Estate Podcast, brought to you by LeaseSmart.com. Your host is Craig Melby, the founder of LeaseSmart, whose objective is to find companies the best facilities and get them the best terms, making their business more profitable and less vulnerable to future, unpredictable circumstances.

Today Craig welcomes special guest Taylor Speer with Turner Padget Law. There are so many informative tips in our episode today.

Disclaimer: The content of this episode is not to serve has legal council or solicitation of legal services.

1. At 5 minutes and 40 seconds Taylor Speer gives a real-life example of a lease that he litigated over. The issue is found in the acceptance of a build out clause. This is an issue because you aren’t a tenant yet, you don’t have physical possession of the property. You aren’t in a position to have a conference and see if construction noise is an issue. He would not recommend agreeing to that term because it doesn’t create leverage for his client moving forward if there is an issue.

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37 – Lease Negotiation Tips from Expert Greg Schenk

Hello, and welcome to Episode 37 of the Corporate Real Estate Podcast, brought to you by LeaseSmart.com. Your host is Craig Melby, the founder of LeaseSmart, whose objective is to find companies the best facilities and get them the best terms, making their business more profitable and less vulnerable to future, unpredictable circumstances.

Today Craig welcomes special guest Greg Schenk with The Schenk Company, Inc. Greg Schenk has been in business of consulting and advising tenants, buyers, and investors for 30 years. And, for 20 years he has been teaching and speaking and training toward these same goals. He works with every property type, helping others learn about acquisition in order to become financial secure.

The typical client is referred to him by their attorney or banker and it’s often due to some sort of strategic problem with their lease because. Perhaps they didn’t have a plan from the beginning and now they need help. 80% of people that he works with renew their existing lease; so, it’s not usually about relocation. What it is about is getting help to reduce their lease cost. He offers a ‘no cost’ service to assess their renewal needs, operating expenses or CAM fees.

This is great information. Thanks for tuning in!

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or by calling (614) 496-2715 or emailing greg (AT) columbusofficespace (DOT) com.

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2 – Lease Landmine #2: NEVER Take the Space “As-Is” Without the Right Protections

Hi, and welcome to Episode 002 of the Corporate Real Estate Podcast, brought to you by LeaseSmart.com. Your host is Craig Melby, the founder of LeaseSmart, whose objective is to find companies the best facilities and get them the best terms, making their business more profitable and less vulnerable to future, unpredictable circumstances.

Craig is joined by his co-host Natalie Pyles. The Corporate Real Estate Podcast strives to make businesses more profitable through wise site selection and lease negotiations. In Episode 002, Craig and Natalie help listeners who are looking to lease a business space to protect themselves, especially when it comes to the “as is” portion of the lease document. Craig has some tips to ensure you’re not assuming responsibility for latent defects that truly should be the owner’s responsibility. We hope you’ll join us! Continue reading “2 – Lease Landmine #2: NEVER Take the Space “As-Is” Without the Right Protections”