Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The Landlord/Tenant Relationship

Dan Oster - Industrial SpecialistPosted by: Dan Oster
Industrial Specialist
775 336 4665

As a member of the Industrial Properties Group, Dan has participated in the sales and leasing of a wide variety of Industrial properties from 1,000 to 700,000 sqft in Northern Nevada. Dan's primary goal is to provide unsurpassed customer service to the clients he represents.

My wife often jokes that the fella she married hardly resembles the one she dated. It’s human nature to put your best foot forward when a relationship is new, but over time the relationship matures and behaviors change. The relationship between tenant and landlord is like a marriage in many ways.

Fortunately, it’s also very different. There is no moral taboo against looking at multiple buildings right up to the point you sign your lease. Once you’re in a lease, there’s nothing wrong with looking at other spaces. When a landlord knows you have other options, they are likely to offer you the minimum price they will take instead of the highest price they think you will pay.

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