Negotiate Provisions that Thwart Owner's Free-Rent Conditions

July 25, 2010
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Commercial property owners struggling to fill vacancies have been offering tenants free-rent concessions more readily than in the past in return for signing leases. However, owners know that giving you a period of free rent can hurt their cash flow or leave them exposed if you walk out on your lease prematurely, because it prevents them from recouping their free-rent investment over the lease term—the rationalization for offering it in the first place.

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