Commercial Lease Agreement Lawyer In San Francisco East Bay
are regularly developed by Jonathan C. Watts, for his clients, which include owners, landlords, small property owners, tenants,
small business owners, retailers and restaurant owners, in order to protect their immediate and long-term interests in their property. Jonathan clients up and down the 680/580 corridor in the San Francisco East Bay including Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Danville, Walnut Creek, Concord and beyond. Jonathan is dedicated to his clients’ needs and advocates zealously for his clients’ rights as he reviews, drafts, develops and enforces their commercial, retail and industrial leases.
Commercial Property Leases in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties
A commercial lease agreement must comprehensively and accurately represent the terms of the deal negotiated. A properly executed lease will more fully protect you as the client in the event of any future problems or disputes. If you are entering into a leasing agreement, you need the type of experience Jonathan Watts possesses. From preparing, drafting, and negotiating leases, whether related to an office, store, restaurant, garage, mall, medical office or other facility, he will ensure that your best interests are served and protected.
Jonathan takes a proactive approach in developing commercial lease agreements for commercial, industrial, office and retail properties to minimize or avoid problems in the future. When you are considering signing a lease offered you, Jonathan’s knowledge of contractual and real estate law allows him to pinpoint and remedy potential problems contained within your lease document and recommend feasible solutions to address these concerns.
Did You Know that Real Estate Value is Established by Leases?
Gross Rent Multiplier
The value of commercial, industrial and retail properties are often determined by the income that they produce. The Gross Rent Multiplier, or GRM, is a capitalization method used for calculating the approximate value of an income producing commercial property based on the property’s gross rental income. A commercial property owner or manager will want solid, quality leases in their files before attempting to sell the property or secure new financing.
Jonathan Watts represents commercial landlords in drafting and negotiating commercial lease terms. Jonathan’s expertise is often tapped to perform due diligence review and oversight to review tenancies and leases for his clients. A property owner or landlord is able to secure mortgages on a building based largely upon long-term leaseholds, so the value of a building is directly related to the long-term leaseholds that are in effect.
No Commercial Lease is Bullet-Proof
Disputes happen- No matter how detailed a lease is, or how thoroughly it was developed and reviewed, disputes can still arise. Jonathan will carefully review your lease document to see where a contested problem arose or a violation occurred. From his research and knowledge of your lease, he will advocate and negotiate to protect your legal interests, rights and work to ensure a favorable resolution.
Give Jonathan a call – if you are a commercial, retail or industrial property owner and would like to give Jonathan the opportunity to review your most important business document – your commercial lease. A properly executed lease will more fully protect you as the client in the event of any future problems or disputes.