Navigating the Landlord-Tenant Relationship – Tips from Miller Industrial0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

miller-industrial-properties-navigating-landlord-tenant-relationshipIn the landlord-tenant relationship, there are needs. Both sides need the other, and both sides also serve the needs of the other. The power imbalance – those times when the relationship favors one, the other, or neither – are tied to things like lease terms and market conditions, and so may fluctuate as the market evolves. Whether or not you recognize it as the tenant, your relationship with your landlord (that is, the value your lease brings your landlord) is a moving target. Here are a few suggestions from Miller Industrial Properties when it comes to navigating the landlord-tenant relationship.Read more →

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The Value of Agency for the Industrial Real Estate Tenant0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

industrial-real-estate-agent-miller-industrial-properties-renoWhen we’re referring to a tenant/landlord relationship, we understand that an agent represents one or the other of these parties. But for the purposes of this post, we aren’t defining “agency” as the agent’s brokerage company. Instead, we’re using agency to refer to the duties, obligations and actions of the agent to either the tenant or the landlord. It’s a subtle difference, but it has a profound impact on the entire transaction. It’s critical that an industrial real estate tenant understands how.Read more →

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Pros & Cons of Using an Industrial Real Estate Agent in Northern Nevada0

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northern-nevadaIt’s understandable that someone looking to buy or lease industrial real estate thinks they can save some money through a bit of hard work and perseverance. But what are you really saving – and what are you really giving up – when you try to navigate your own industrial real estate transaction? Here are the pros and cons of using an industrial real estate agent here in northern Nevada. … Read more →

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Franchise or Local Firm – What’s Better for Your Industrial Real Estate Representation?0

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webEvery industry has its share of franchises, and industrial real estate is no exception. National franchised branches can be found in all kinds of markets, including here in Reno-Sparks and northern Nevada. There are also locally owned and operated industrial real estate firms in these markets. That poses a question to those in need of an agent. What will better serve your needs? Is the franchise or local firm better for your industrial real estate representation? … Read more →

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The Rookie Mistake Everyone Makes on Industrial Property Tours0

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When it comes to leasing or buying industrial real estate, the property tour is a critical part of the process. It doesn’t matter how perfect a facility looks on paper – a walk-through can make or break a potential property’s chances of making it to the short list. A property tour is routine, yet lessees and buyers make the same rookie mistake again and again – no matter how much experience they have in the industrial leasing or buying process. … Read more →

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Negotiate Your Own Warehouse Lease0

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arrowIf you’re in need of a warehouse space, it may seem easier and less costly to handle matters yourself. After all, you can look online to narrow your options, then drive around town to check out suitable properties. You’re fully capable of contacting the agent on the sign of that vacant warehouse, and you can handle negotiating your own terms. Right? Not so fast. … Read more →

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Will my lease rate increase if I use an industrial real estate agent?0

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Best Industrial Property Lease Question | Miller Industrial PropertiesNo, using an agent for an industrial real estate lease will not raise your rate. In fact, you’re likely to get a far better rate when you have an agent on your side simply because it levels the playing field. … Read more →

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How far in Advance Should I Look for Industrial Real Estate Space?0

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industrial-spaceThis is a great question because it expresses an awareness that getting out well in front of the curve on your industrial real estate needs can benefit tenants and owners in many ways. There are two perspectives to such a question and for this post, we’ll focus on the tenant side. … Read more →

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet to Leasing a Warehouse0

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Every tenant needs to understand these five steps before beginning the search for a new warehouse location. Doing so gives lessees a significant advantage over others for equal locations and starts you on the most productive path to achieving your goals. … Read more →

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Negotiating the Warehouse Tenant Improvement Allowance0

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tenant-improvementPreparing the premises for a tenant’s occupancy can be costly, time consuming, frustrating – and entirely avoidable. Historically, distribution tenant needs tended to be relatively typical. However, with more sophisticated logistics systems entering the marketplace and becoming more widely adopted, landlords today are being faced with far more building preparations than in the past. With these added requirements comes the question of who is paying for them – and how. This is becoming a key component to the lease negotiation, and it’s just as much a consideration as the base rent negotiations. Both have a significant impact on the cost to the occupancy. … Read more →

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