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May 30, 2012

Sheryl Mazirow Pens Feature on Smarter Commercial Leasing

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One positive aspect of the down economy for business owners is that in many areas it has shifted from being a “landlord’s market” to a “tenant’s market.” If you know what you’re doing, you can get much more in the way of rates, terms and concessions.

But how do you know what to do? It’s easy—just read How To Save On Your Next Office Lease by Mazirow Commercial founder and president Sheryl Mazirow. It’s a great feature article loaded with great information on what to look for, how to save money, and ways to negotiate better terms.

One of the key takeaways offered by Sheryl is that one needs to recognize that landlords lease space all the time. Tenants only lease space every few years at best. By engaging a good leasing professional, you won’t have to go to the negotiating table alone. And what’s more, their services to you are typically free (they’re paid by the landlord out of the lease).

So if you don’t want to get taken for a ride on your next office lease, don’t go to the table alone. Read How To Save On Your Next Office Lease. Special thanks to Sheryl for contributing this great piece. (For more information on Mazirow Commercial, click here to visit www.tenantadvisory.com.)

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Brian Hemsworth
Brian Hemsworth is the president of Newman Grace Inc., a Los Angeles-based marketing and brand consulting firm. He is also a member of the adjunct faculty of Pepperdine University, and has published more than 100 articles on business, marketing, technology, travel and fitness. Visit Newman Grace Inc. or www.executivemarketingcoach.com to learn more about Brian and his professional services. Read more about Brian Hemsworth...




 
 

 
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How To Save On Your Next Office Lease

Landlords lease office space 365 days a year. How often do you? Good information is the first step in obtaining a more favorable lease. Your office says a lot about you and your firm. The city, the building, the space, the furn...
by Sheryl Mazirow
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