Tenants determining whether commercial property is suitable for their business often consider the location and appearance of the property, the cost to rent the property, and other similar business factors.
About Kyle Jensen
Kyle Jensen and his family came to Lakeland from Ocala. They have grown to love Lakeland, especially First Friday, the Food Truck Rally and their involvement in the United Way. Kyle is also a member of the Citrus Center Kiwanis and on the Lakeland Bar Association Board of Governors. Kyle and his wife have made a great deal of friends, joined a wonderful church and enjoy being a part of the thriving Lakeland community.
Kyle joined CCL&M in 2013 is looking forward to building long-standing relationships with his Lakeland clients. He wants to provide reliable, competent resolution to their issues and be completely approachable.
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By: Kyle Jensen, Esq. Clark, Campbell, Lancaster & Munson, P.A A commercial lease agreement is an agreement between an owner of commercial real property, known as the landlord, and a third-party desiring to rent such commercial property, known as the tenant. The lease agreement provides the tenant with the right to use the property, sets […]
Acquiring an established and successful business may appear to be an attractive and low risk proposition for both experienced or novice entrepreneurs; however, there are numerous issues a prospective buyer should consider and pitfalls to avoid before purchasing a business.
There are many issues a buyer must consider and pitfalls a buyer must avoid when purchasing real property, regardless of whether the buyer is acquiring a large commercial center or the buyer’s first home. Accordingly, an experienced buyer will thoroughly investigate prospective real property to determine whether such real property is suitable for the buyer’s intended purposes. One of the most important steps buyers often take when investigating real property is to obtain a survey.
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