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The 4 most common commercial lease negotiation mistakes will be discussed by Howard F. Kline and Jerry Neitlich.  REGISTER HERE

Landlord’s often laser focus on the rent that they charge to a tenant while overlooking other factors that can seriously effect the value of the lease and their property. In this webinar, we will focus on some of the other factors and considerations that landlord’s often overlook when preparing for and negotiating the lease.

Howard will approach this topic from the landlord’s perspective and Jerry from the tenant’s perspective.

We will discuss the following topics and how to overcome these errors or deal with them from both the landlord and tenant’s perspectives.


  • Lack of adequate due diligence

  • Inadequate security for lease

  • Failure to consider tenant mix

  • Failure to seek assistance of real estate professionals

Other possible subtopics might include:

  • To liberal an option policy

  • Failure to maintain control of lease during the full term

  • Clearly defining Landlord and tenant responsibilities


To join and become a live participant, (that means you can become a live, on-air participant, commenting and asking questions, using your webcam or telephone, you will have to REGISTER HERE. If all you want to do is listen or watch, you can register or watch on YouTube Live at CRE Radio & TV.


Howard F. Kline, Esq. | LinkedIn

Howard has been focusing much of his 43 year, legal career on landlord tenant relations, whether negotiating leases or litigating disputes. Howard is the founder and host of CRE Radio & TV and has published hundreds of blog posts and podcasts on a wide array of commercial real estate topics. Howard has been published in numerous legal periodicals, including the National Law Journal, LA Daily Journal and other business.

Jerry Neitlich | LinkedIn

Jerry Neitlich is the founder of  IN/HOUSE Corporate Real Estate. He developed business model for IN/House in the early 1990’s in response to the growing need to provide full time commercial real estate services for companies that did not have nor could not afford to employ full time in-house personnel to plan, implement and manage their second largest budgetary item. Today, IN/HOUSE provides those services for companies with less than five employees and one location to firms with hundreds of employees and multiple locations. They act as a companies corporate real estate department.


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