The big step for growing businesses and business start-ups is to rent business premises or an office. It is important and a complicated process to find the right place and location for a right price. You can find an office for rent based on the following basic information: Location, size of the office, proximity, facilities that your business needs, rent range that you can afford and usage of property that is permitted.
Before signing a tenancy agreement, you may consider the following:
Whether it is a fixed rent or is based on the percentage of sales
If you need to bear expenses other than air conditioning, rates and management charges.
Whether you are restricted to make alterations to the premises
Whether you are allowed to use the shared facilities
Whether you, as a tenant, can sublet the premises
Whether the termination clause is in your favor or your landlord’s
Offices for rent are usually immediately ready to occupy. It means that you need not put any efforts in designing your room or in refurbishing the interiors of the office. The only things you need to carry are stuff that you own personally. This option of renting can be of an advantage to business owners who would want to have office premises immediately and for those who have budget constraints in building or purchasing an office of their own.