If you’ve recently acquired a property and you’re looking to become a commercial landlord, you may be wondering what insurance you should require your tenants to carry.
Common area maintenance charges (usually abbreviated to CAM) are often a part of a commercial lease.
Whether you are looking to find and acquire a new property, you are considering an investment, or you need to finance a property that you already own, when it is stabilized will be a question.
All around the world, commercial real estate is experiencing the effects of the digital transformation. Companies built in the early days of the Internet are suddenly finding themselves faced with next-level proptech solutions promising to help them scale more efficiently.
In the age of automation, it should be easier than ever to keep track of your commercial tenants and NNN leases!
Leases are one of the most important documents involved with commercial property management.
If you’re a landlord, common area maintenance (CAM) is a key part of your day-to-day operations.
The pressure is on for retail. The evidence is everywhere – from early advertising to aisles full of holiday trimmings in stores as early as Halloween. Retail is fighting to survive and particularly small retailers.
In Part 1, we went over the basics of NNN lease escalations: what they are, the different types of lease escalations, and how they work.
Whether you already have some knowledge about NNN leases or lease escalations or it’s a new topic for you, we hope you’ll learn something from our 3-part series on lease escalations! This is Part 1. Stay tuned for the rest of the series!