If you’re in the commercial real estate market, then you need to make sure your getting bang for you buck. While that means securing a purchase or lease agreement that fits your budget, it also means taking a more in-depth look at it to make sure that it will fit your needs. Easements, access to roads and other thoroughfares, and visibility can all come into play, but before you even get that far you have to consider if you can even use the property as you intend. While some of that will come out through your purchase or lease agreement, you might be bound by zoning laws that affect the way you do business.
Have knowledge of the law on your side
If you’re running into zoning issues, then you need to know the law, how it applies to your situation, and how to maneuver yourself so that you can get the outcome you want. While you’re never guaranteed a certain outcome, merely having knowledge of the law and how to use it can increase your chances of success. The legal team at our firm has extensive knowledge and experience handling all types of real estate issues, including those related to zoning. As such, time and again we’ve been able to achieve favorable outcomes for our clients.
Know how to negotiate for what you want
Even if you aren’t facing zoning issues, you still need to make sure that your business interests are protected by your lease or purchase agreement. While some of the terms in these agreements might seem like boilerplate language, you have to understand everything that goes into the agreement. Only then can you negotiate for terms that are fair to you and your business. In other words, you can’t be a pushover when dealing with these matters. Instead, you can significantly benefit by having an experienced real estate attorney on your side who can help you navigate the process and prevent you from falling into a long-term arrangement that is harmful to you and your business.
Don’t risk dealing with these issues on your own
Far too often people try to deal with lease and purchase agreements, as well as zoning issues, on their own. This is usually a bad idea and leads to poor outcomes simply because these individuals are usually unfamiliar with the process and what is required of them from a legal perspective. That’s why if you are facing issues pertaining to these matters you might want to consider speaking with an experienced attorney.