Ready, Set, Negotiate

April 28, 2009
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Being thoroughly prepared for lease negotiations can help a prospective commercial tenant “achieve the best possible tenancy terms and begin its relationship with the landlord on an excellent footing,” says Colin Becker, equity director of MERJS, a UK commercial property estate agency.

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