how is a retail lease different than a commercial or residential or industrial lease or any other lease? thx!

In Leasing Property - Asked by dan p. - Oct 28, 2011
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Chris G.
Broker/Agent
Edison, NJ

Need more information regarding the question, but a retail lease is for retail space use.

Oct 29, 2011
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Jay Z.
Broker/Agent
Phoenix, AZ

It shouldn't be too different.
In many states you have the right to lock-out a non-paying retail tenant but you would not have that right in a residential lease.

Oct 29, 2011
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Michael L.
Broker/Agent
Altadena, CA

In certain leases, which are called percentage leases, the landlord will collect a percentage of the sales of the retail store. This allows the starting rate of the lease to be lower, and as the store does better, the landlord shares in the increase.

Nov 15, 2011
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