"As a commercial real estate developer and attorney, I have negotiated well over 500 shopping center leases. Stu's understanding of the business and legal aspects of shopping center transactions enabled his client to ask the right questions, to obtain the items the client needed to run a profitable business and to negotiate a lease fair to both parties -- the hallmarks of a successful transaction."
Jeffrey Oliphant, Esq., JLO Washington Enterprises, Inc., shopping center developer and operator, and co-author of "The Shopping Center Game"
STU HELLER

Rated "Superb"
by AVVO.com



OVER 20 YEARS OF HELPING CLIENTS TO:

  • negotiate or draft better commercial leases
  • ask the important questions
  • identify and minimize unavoidable risks
  • catch important details that might otherwise be missed
  • add significant provisions that are missing
  • mitigate lease-based economic ups and downs
  • save money
  • protect their businesses
IF YOU LEASE BUSINESS SPACE AS A TENANT YOUR RELATED COSTS ARE A SIGNIFICANT PART OF YOUR OVERHEAD

Reviewing a proposed lease on your own can be very costly if it results in:

  • Inability to keep a good location or escape from a bad one
  • Inability to sell a business or a particular location
  • Landlord imposed changes to the space, common areas, or rules and regulations, that hurt your business
  • Inability to make desirable changes to the space or your operations
  • Unanticipated costs, losses or competition from another tenant

In commercial leases the devil is in the details:

  • Leases have pages and pages of complicated details which most people do not know how to interpret
  • The details are important and typically favor the landlord
  • You need help to identify, understand and improve the important lease provisions


IF YOU ARE A LANDLORD YOU MAY NOT BE PROPERLY PROTECTED BY YOUR STANDARD LEASE

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IF YOU ARE A LANDLORD YOU MAY NOT BE PROPERLY PROTECTED BY YOUR STANDARD LEASE

  • You may be using an old or someone else's standard lease that has not been reviewed in years
  • You may be making promises you cannot keep or did not know you were making
  • Provisions in your lease may be harsher than necessary
  • You may be able to safely accommodate revisions requested by would-be tenants