Multinational professional services firm Ernst & Young recently committed to some office space at a commercial property in New York. Leasing a property can be exciting for a business owner interested in having or increasing a presence in an in-demand area of a city. However, landlord/tenant matters can easily crop up and require careful attention.
Renting an apartment or home can be an exciting endeavor. However, it can also feature many pitfalls. A few tips may help those interested in becoming tenants in New York to effectively prevent or address landlord/tenant matters.
Many investors who own office buildings in New York and elsewhere are pondering how exactly to deal with the gap that exists between suburban and urban life. In light of this, a new concept has come to the forefront among investors dealing with landlord/tenant matters: urb-suburban. Urb-suburban essentially refers to the fusion of suburban offices in urban-like settings.
If you don’t own a home, rent is likely the largest expense in your monthly budget. Indeed, keeping a roof over your head is paramount, but you should not have to overpay to do so. In fact, saving a little bit each month could lead to grand savings at the end of the year.