Location, Location, Location. Even with the increase in e-commerce, most Florida businesses still need a physical location from which to run their enterprise.
These Florida commercial real estate transactions can be much more complex than residential real estate transactions, which is why it is important to hire an attorney who specializes in commercial real estate to assist you with the purchase or lease of a commercial property.
Florida commercial lease agreements are often very expensive and long-term. If you sign a commercial lease agreement without fully understanding what you are signing, then some of the terms could potentially be detrimental to your business. In addition, if you are able to get out of a bad lease agreement, then it will most likely be a very expensive process.
The best way to protect yourself from becoming the victim of a bad Florida commercial lease agreement is to have a commercial real estate attorney review the document. Here at Boyer Law Firm, our commercial real estate attorneys are also experts in business law, allowing them to provide additional support through the commercial real estate process.
If you are interested in purchasing or leasing a piece of commercial real estate, then contact Boyer Law Firm today.