You should not only consider the old standard “location, location, location,” but also consider things like sufficient parking, the number of employees who will be working onsite, and future growth projections.
I stressed that it was important not to get caught up in the moment.
You should take your time to find the space best suited for your business for the long haul, not just for today.
This week we’ll discuss the most important aspect of the process: signing a commercial lease (insert dramatic music here).
One of the biggest mistakes many entrepreneurs make when leasing commercial space is not reading the lease. Forget reading the fine print. When it comes to a lease its ALL fine print.
Don’t believe me? Let me tell you the true story of my friend, Homer, whose name I have changed to protect the ignorant.