It may be easier to “just renew” your lease with your landlord, but if you really want to save money, competitively renegotiate it instead. Most tenants don’t want to move, and many mistakenly feel that their only alternative is to ask their landlord for a “better deal” to renew. A more thoughtful approach is a thorough and professional competitive renegotiation process.
As Pamela Parker, MD, owner of Parker Pediatrics, recalls:
“Ben and Mike of Ezra provided invaluable assistance in the renegotiation of my lease for our pediatric office. Their negotiation saved me time and reduced my total rent by 25%, enabling me invest in my practice by shifting the savings into raises for my staff.”
Dr. Parker not only made her staff happy, but also was able to achieve some valuable lease protections:
“I was able to refurbish my space and can now rest assured that the more subtle but important protections are now a part of my lease, including very favorable assignment language in case any unforeseen ownership changes occur with our business,” Parker added.
So, instead of letting lease and facility needs, that you don’t have the time or resources to handle, creep up on you, remember, there is an alternative to the path of least resistance:
“Mike and Ben were compulsively professional, and I highly recommend them to other physicians in our market who need to negotiate a renewal or new lease,” Parker advised.