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Commercial Leasing- The Basics

Date: July 16
Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m.
Location: HAR Bay Area
Investment: Each three-hour course: $30 members • $45 non-members

Commercial Leasing 101– This course is for the residential real estate professional interested in commercial real estate. Learn the basics and beyond. From working with landlords and property managers to leasing office and retail space. The course covers basic vocabulary and basic mathematics. It also discusses some basic principles of how to communicate most effectively with landlords and property managers, the build-out process and what truly are the real estate professionals’ responsibilities in the commercial leasing process. The course is designed to remove the mystery of the build-out process and to illustrate why staying out of this part of the move-in process is crucial. By completing this course students can gain a tactical advantage in negotiations by illustrating how to best utilize certain clauses of the lease. Other topics of discussion include insurance needs and some tricks of the trades that landlords and property managers don’t like to share. 

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Commercial Leasing Contracts 101– This course is designed to walk real estate professionals through a variety of commercial leasing contracts. Using the TAR commercial lease contract as a guide, the course will focus on discussing how each clause in the contract is used. A variety of TAR commercial lease-related clauses will be covered, how they fit in with the lease contract and when exact language of a clause, such as the subrogation clause, requires consultation of a real estate attorney. Other topics include additional rent, letters of intent, construction riders, commission agreements and more. The objective of this course is to inform real estate license holder about the sales contract forms available for use in commercial transactions, the proper way to complete the forms without engaging in the unauthorized practice of law, the purpose of specific contract clauses, and negotiation strategies to use to their best advantage in completing the sales contract.

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Each class is approved for 3 hours CE (TREC Provider #0001)

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