The Key to Finding the Right Industrial Real Estate Agent1

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commercial-property-stand-out-in-a-crowdA real estate license alone mean is no guarantee that an agent is qualified to perform industrial or commercial real estate services for your business. Truly, that’s the lowest hurdle that needs to be cleared, as all real estate agents are required to maintain a valid real estate license to operate legally in a state. Holding that license does not make an agent an expert. What does is unique to the transaction. Here’s the key to finding the right industrial real estate agent.Read more →

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The Best Way to Minimize Tenant Risk in Industrial Real Estate0

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miller-industrial-avoiding-tenant-riskAt first glance, an industrial real estate transaction very much seems like a win or lose scenario. Either the landlord got the better deal, or the tenant did. A bit of experience in the industrial real estate field quickly reveals that’s not actually how it works, but this win/lose scenario does create opportunity for the biggest risk a tenant can take. It’s common, yet avoidable. The biggest risk any industrial or commercial tenant can take, willfully or otherwise, is to enter any phase of the lease transaction without adequate representation. Here’s why it’s a situation best avoided. … Read more →

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5 Reasons to Leave Industrial Real Estate Negotiations to the Pros0

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miller-industrial-properties-navigating-landlord-tenant-relationshipThere are multiple moving targets during an industrial real estate transaction, and one of the trickiest components is often the negotiation. Compare it to navigating a minefield – one false step and the whole thing could blow up completely. Unless you have extensive personal experience negotiating industrial real estate deals, you’re likely in over your head. The other side of the table will certainly have significant experience and representation, and it’s in your best interests to have the same. Here are five reasons to leave industrial real estate negotiations to the pros.Read more →

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3 Critical Considerations Before You Renew Your Industrial Lease0

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miller-industria-properties-warehouse-classificationsSigning a lease on an apartment may help entrepreneurs feel prepared for the industrial lease process, but the experiences are vastly different. And because a bad lease is like a slow leak – in the sense that it may be minor at first, but over time, it’s going to cause big problems – anyone considering industrial space would be well served by not forging ahead alone. That’s true whether you’re considering your first lease or your second, which actually tends to be the one that makes or breaks a business. A lease is a binding legal contract, so ask yourself whether you truly have the experience and knowledge to be completely clear on everything it entails. Whether or not you decide to find someone to guide you during this process – and we strongly recommend you do – here are three critical considerations before you renew your industrial lease.Read more →

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Partnering with an Industrial Agent? Here’s What to Ask First0

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miller-industrial-properties-northern-nevada-industrial-subleaseIf you’ve navigated an industrial real estate search before or you’re diving in for the first time, one thing is true – you’re going to have questions. But your first set of questions should be posed to the potential industrial real estate agents with whom you’re considering partnering. One of the biggest decisions in your industrial real estate journey – and there will be many – is the agent you ultimately trust to meet your needs. You can make the best choice possible with the right information, so here’s what to ask of anyone offering his services to you. … Read more →

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Industrial Real Estate Q&A: Understanding the Differences Between Leasing and Renting1

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real-estate-101Like any industry, industrial real estate has its own terminology. We often get questions about all aspects of industrial real estate, and the difference between leasing and renting is one of them. Here’s what to understand about the differences between leasing and renting.Read more →

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The Best Way to Navigate the Tenant-Landlord Relationship0

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targetThe relationship between a landlord and a tenant is a constantly moving target. After all, each side needs the other. So when does the relationship favor one or other – or neither side? That’s directly related to market conditions and lease terms and market conditions, which means it’s entirely variable. When it comes to the tenant-landlord relationship, here’s the best way to navigate.Read more →

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Navigating the Landlord-Tenant Relationship – Tips from Miller Industrial0

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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

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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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