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leasing business property (by Bernice L Smith [AR]) Jun 1, 2019 4:20 PM
       leasing business property (by 6x6 [TN]) Jun 1, 2019 6:52 PM
       leasing business property (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Jun 1, 2019 8:38 PM
       leasing business property (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Jun 2, 2019 9:22 AM
       leasing business property (by myob [GA]) Jun 2, 2019 3:10 PM
       leasing business property (by WMH [NC]) Jun 6, 2019 6:28 PM
       leasing business property (by Bernice [AR]) Jun 19, 2019 1:01 PM
       leasing business property (by Nicole [PA]) Jun 19, 2019 10:07 PM

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leasing business property (by Bernice L Smith [AR]) Posted on: Jun 1, 2019 4:20 PM

Two questions:

1. How to evict tenants who pay but you just don't want them, not my kind of tenant.

2. How to go about leasing business property for 10 years or more. --107.77.xxx.xxx

leasing business property (by 6x6 [TN]) Posted on: Jun 1, 2019 6:52 PM

Why are they not your kind of tenant?

Others with more experience can better answer your questions. --73.120.xx.xxx

leasing business property (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Posted on: Jun 1, 2019 8:38 PM


Well the good news about commercial tenants, they do seem to stick around much longer than my residential residents . The bad news though, it takes considerably longer to get a replacement commercial tenant than in a residential dwelling. I have a few last longer than 10 years but I have been doing commercial rentals for only 17 so it is hard to have many without having more years under my belt.

I am not an expert on AR T/LL law, but you would have to follow the terms of the lease and state law to remove your customer.

It seems though, we are only getting part of what is going on. As 6x6 asked, why are they NOW not your kind of tenant? There might be a screening issue on your end that you might want to look at in advance of any future marketing efforts. If you don't know what you are looking for - chances are you will not find them --72.23.xxx.xx

leasing business property (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Posted on: Jun 2, 2019 9:22 AM

If they are paying on time the only way you can get them out is some sort of serious lease violation. So, it comes down to how efficient your lease is. It would have to be a pretty obnoxious lease violation for a judge to rule a business out of their location.

If they are filthy pigs, your lease should cover that possibility.

If you bought a building with an existing porn shop, you are probably stuck until the end of the lease. If the shop that sold garden gnomes converted to a porn shop midway through the lease, your lease should cover that.

If there are environmental law violations, you might be able to get them out. Talk to a good mean lawyer.

Just because you don't like them? Not a chance. --98.146.xxx.xxx

leasing business property (by myob [GA]) Posted on: Jun 2, 2019 3:10 PM

Just don't like any tenants.

Commercial leases are different set of laws here in GA. --99.103.xxx.xxx

leasing business property (by WMH [NC]) Posted on: Jun 6, 2019 6:28 PM

1. Some other breach of some material part of the lease. If no breach, too bad, so sad, they are yours until expiration. A GOOD lease protects both you AND the tenant. --50.82.xxx.xx

leasing business property (by Bernice [AR]) Posted on: Jun 19, 2019 1:01 PM

I guess I didn't offer a clear question and I mixed personal property with business.

My question is:

We have a piece of commercial property that we would like to lease long term. We have not leased it before. We would like some direction on how to go about offering this commercial piece for a long term lease. Any suggestions would be appreciated. They can develop it as they want with contingencies. We just need some direction. Thank you --107.77.xxx.xxx

leasing business property (by Nicole [PA]) Posted on: Jun 19, 2019 10:07 PM

now that you've rephrased the question, I'll also be very interested in the answers. I have been tossing around my brain the idea of renting about 15 acres of fields to someone for farming or pasture land. I would want the deal structured so that any fencing, sheds or run ins they put up would remain with the property but haven't figured out in my mind why they would agree to that ... except I've got the big part of the equation that they wouldn't have ... the land. --72.70.xxx.xx

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