Florida Commercial Lease Agreement

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Use the Florida commercial lease agreement if you are the owner of retail, office, or industrial property and seeking a business tenant. As the applying business owner, the landlord will want to clarify any future changes you plan on making to the property with the landlord beforehand, as some will deny your right to alter the current property besides fixtures and other cosmetics.

It is also recommended that the property owner ask the applying business tenant to complete a rental application so that a realistic picture of the possible tenant’s credit, rental, and employment history may be viewed.

Typically, the landlord and the business owner will agree on which type of lease agreement suits both of your needs, from the three possible options;

  • Gross: giving the majority of property costs to the landlord.
  • Triple Net (NNN): giving most of the property costs to the tenant.
  • Modified Gross: Dividing the property financial costs between the landlord and the business owner.

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Short Form | Adobe PDF | Microsoft Word

Short Form | Adobe PDF | Microsoft Word