Not only commercial leasing requires less in terms of upfront expenses, it also provides you with greater flexibility regarding the types of properties you can occupy, and take advantage of many tax benefits associated with leasing commercial real estate as well.
But before you lease a commercial property for your business, you need to have at least a basic understanding of how this approach works and what are the things you can employ to gain an advantage during the negotiation stage.
There are various factors that you need to look into before signing a leasing agreement. These include the type of space you are leasing, the type of lease arrangement, the rental computation, etc. To learn more about more about the questions you need to ask before leasing a commercial property, check out the infographic below from Amorys Solicitors.
Infographic by Amorys Solicitors