Signed the lease, moved in employees, but real estate issues continue throughout your time in your office. This section covers everything from sub-leasing to holding over.
There may be an occasion where it makes sense to sub-lease some or all of your current space. Before you try to market your excess space, however, take a look at a few of these considerations.
As you lease office space, there is a chance that your Landlord will sell the building you are in to another company. This means that you will have to sign an estoppels certificate. In this article we discuss what an estoppel certificate is and why it's nothing to be afraid of.
Sometimes you need to stay in your current office space after your lease has expired. Real estate professionals call this "holding over." Here's what you need to know if you end up having to hold over in your current space while waiting to get into a new one.
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