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Real Property Lease Checklist The real property lease checklist addresses some of the most common issues that occur when a real property lease is being negotiated.  After reviewing it, you should be in good position to understand what to look for in any real property lease.  Of course, before signing […]

Real Property Lease Checklist



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Is your building’s agent representing your interest? Did your last broker represent you and the landlord?  It really makes sense that a conflict of interest could hurt your bottom line. However, it typically goes unnoticed.  Why? The extra rent you pay, but “didn’t have to” is attributed to the cost of doing […]

What a conflict of interest could cost you




  Over 50% of clients have an issue with their office or industrial space inconsistent with their lease expiration. To assist our clients in evaluating their needs, we have developed this Commercial Lease Space Assessment.   1) Has the firm developed a new product or service that will need more employees? 2) […]

Commercial Lease Space Assessment


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Did you know we are members of the Alliance of Tenant Representatives? Check out this video that explains Alliance of Tenant Representatives and what we do.     Scott McMurrian, President, BonnE,  was selected unanimously to serve as one of three on the ATR’s board of directors at the 2014 ATR conference. The ATR […]

Alliance of Tenant Representatives



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  1. Leasing without a strategy!    There are several critical questions that need to be asked and the answers are as different as each individual business. The questions include size requirement, location objectives, and visibility, office layout (open, cubes, private offices, conference room; reception (large or small) and access […]

7 Deadly Sins of Leasing


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  Caveat emptor is Latin for “Let the buyer beware”. Generally Caveat emptor was the property law doctrine that controlled the sale of real property after the date of closing. In many states, including Texas commercial leases are not covered under consumer protection laws that normally safeguard tenant rights. It is […]

Caveat emptor