The key 10 commandments for leasing to start-ups

Setting up a new business is hard work. Finding the right location and premises, at a time when flexibility is most needed, is a key issue for start-up businesses.

For landlords that operate in the “experiential” sphere, being able to attract new, dynamic, cutting-edge tenants is fundamental to the sustainability and growth of their own businesses.

Here are the 10 things that everyone needs to know about leasing to start-ups.

1) Will security be required?

  • A rent deposit provides the landlord with easily accessible security against non-payment of rent. For the start-up, initial cashflow…

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