1. The Difference Between Usable and Rentable Square Feet

    When you are negotiating a commercial real estate lease, one of the factors that will let you know if your potential lease is reasonable is how much of the square footage of the building is actually usable or rentable. However, knowing the difference can be more confusing than you might think. What is usable square feet? Usable square feet refers to the actual area that the tenant intends to occup…Read More

  2. Deciding the Length of Your Lease

    When you lease a new office space, there are many factors that you must consider. One such factor is the length of your lease. Generally, commercial real estate leases are a minimum of three years long and a maximum of 15. When deciding what works lease length works best for your company, there are several factors to take into consideration. Size of your business If you have a larger company with …Read More

  3. Advantages of Hiring A Commercial Real Estate Company

    Buying or renting commercial real estate is a complicated process. If you have ever purchased residential real estate, you may be under the impression that buying commercial real estate is pretty much the same process, and therefore, you can handle it on your own. However, hiring Rare Space to guide you through the process of buying commercial real estate in Denver gives you several strong advanta…Read More