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Warehouse Lease Basics

You own a warehouse or storage unit and want to rent it out. A Warehouse Lease can help you finalize the details. Or maybe you need to rent a warehouse or storage space. You'd better get that agreement in writing. Month to month leases are supposed to be easy. A Warehouse Lease can help make sure you get the space you need on the right terms.

Use the Warehouse Lease document if:

  • You own warehouse property that will be leased to a tenant.
  • You own storage units that will be leased to a tenant.
  • You want to lease a warehouse or storage facility from a landlord who does not have a lease form.

When you own a warehouse or storage unit, your tenants might be keeping expensive equipment there. Make sure you - and your tenant - are protected with a Warehouse Lease. Just what kind of security can you offer your tenants? When is rent due? Are you promising that the space will maintain a certain temperature range? These are the kinds of details you need to figure out. Leasing out commercial space can be a great form of income. And if you're the one who needs to use the warehouse or storage space? You want to be sure you're paying a fair price and the location meets your expectations. A Warehouse Lease puts your agreement in writing.

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