Don't Let Owner Set Low Cap on Refurbishment Allowance

October 30, 2011
| Share | Print

If you're only halfway through your office lease term but your space is looking shabby, you may feel that the rent you'll be paying during the last few years of the lease will be higher than the outdated space will be worth at that point. For example, the rent at year seven of your 10-year lease won't reflect the reality of peeling paint and frayed and stained carpeting.

Full Article Access:

Full access to complete articles from Commercial Tenant's Lease Insider is for subscribers only.

Not yet ready to subscribe?