Your Guide in Commercial Lease Negotiation

Intensive Review Of Entire Commercial Leases

For close to 35 years, Peter C. Wittlin has represented tenants, including a large number of small entrepreneurial entities, during their commercial lease negotiation.

His clients in commercial lease negotiation have included startup businesses and businesses looking toward moving to a new location. The types of services he has provided have involved every aspect of these transactions, including:

  • Installment purchases
  • Discussing various commercial lease options
  • Short sales
  • Equity sharing agreements
  • 1031 tax-deferred exchanges

Commercial leases proposed by landlords may contain anywhere from 30 to 50 pages of a large variety of terms and confusing terminology. And these commercial leases can cover a range of issues, including:

  • Tenant parking
  • Common area maintenance charges
  • Tenant expectations
  • Improvement allowances
  • Cost-of-living rent increases

Peter Wittlin is a commercial lease lawyer who has long reviewed commercial leases for a wide range of clients and understands what all of the convoluted language means. His goal in representing you during a commercial lease negotiation is to provide you with the sort of commercial lease that will meet all of your businesses present and future needs.

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Helping Tenants Reduce Commercial Leasing Costs

The firm of Peter C. Wittlin Attorney at Law advises clients on landlord-tenant agreements to make certain every unnecessary expense is avoided. He will review the proposed lease, take into consideration the length of a lease (three-year versus five-year leasing period, etc.), check upon the tenant improvement allowance and common area maintenance charges (triple net factors — rent, insurance and property taxes), and make certain that basic rent, cost of living and annual increases are in line.

Peter Wittlin is an experienced commercial real estate lease negotiator and has negotiated commercial real estate lease agreements with some of the largest landlords and landlord representatives in Southern California. If compromises must be made in one area, he will negotiate for reductions in other areas. This can include negating of percentages of income rent being paid upon the lease or even obtaining free rent for the first three months of the leasing period.

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