Warehouse Lease Mistake – DIYing It
If you aren’t in the habit of defending yourself in court or diagnosing that worrisome cough, the same reasoning should apply to leasing a warehouse. If you aren’t a trained, experienced professional in the field, why would you put yourself in the position of having to deal with them – from the other side of the negotiating table? It’s amazing what you can learn on the internet these days, but don’t make the mistake of assuming that you can bluff your way through this kind of transaction. It will cost you, even if you think you’re doing well.
Pro tip – instead of subjecting your business and livelihood to the end result of your own inexperience, find a professional. There are multiple benefits to this course of action, not the least of which being how enormously you’ll benefit from their years of experience in terms of rates, terms and conditions for your lease.
Warehouse Lease Mistake – Engaging Multiple Agents
We live in a world that automatically assumes more is always better, but this absolutely does not apply to industrial real estate. In a small market, engaging multiple agents quickly becomes problematic when the word spreads that everyone is working on the same deal. In a bigger market, multiple agents working on your deal creates the illusion that the market in your size range is actually bigger than it is, and you end up bidding against yourself for available space.
Pro tip – Find the right agent upfront by getting references and asking the right questions.
Warehouse Lease Mistakes – Get the Guide
There are three other mistakes that too many people make when it comes to leasing a warehouse. We’ve prepared a free guide laying out these mistakes and offering advice on what to do instead. If you’re in the business of leasing warehouse, save yourself time, money and aggravation. Download our free guide today.