GREG'S BAGELS: A MOM-AND-POP SUCCESS STORY
- Small tenant trauma. Croghan, Lore // Crain's New York Business;11/11/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p3
Reports on problems faced by landlords who cater to small business in Manhattan, New York. Inability of tenants to pay rents; Strategies adopted by landlords for flexibility in payment schedules; Effect of crisis on builders and property dealers.
- Room for a View. Stevenson, Jaclyn C. // BusinessWest;10/29/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p26
The article focuses on the growth of the Palmer Technology Center in Quaboag, Massachusetts. Businesses in the complex have grown, serving as a good recommendation to potential new tenants. The current tenants include a day care facility, a state-funded assistance agency, manufacturing companies...
- BUSINESS INTRODUCTION. Jordan, Hanna // Regeneration & Renewal;9/8/2010, p20
The article profiles small business minister Mark Prisk in Great Britain. According to the author, Prisk is responsible for the establishment of regional development agency's successor organizations. He adds that Prisk has begun his drive to promote enterprise by promising to reverse rules that...
- CBI can call a ceasefire in lease conflict. Bill, Peter // Estates Gazette;5/1/2004, Issue 418, p27
Suggests the possible role of the Confederation of British Industry in a peace deal between the property and retail subsectors in the conflict on the right of landlords in Great Britain to provide leases for tenants containing upward-only rent reviews. Complaint of small business owners behind...
- Monitoring the lease code: The interim report. Crosby, Neil; Murdoch, Sandi; Hughes, Cathy // Estates Gazette;5/1/2004, Issue 418, p92
Discusses an interim report conducted by a University of Reading team which examined the impact of the 2002 Lease Code on the real estate business in Great Britain. Main tasks of the report; Flexibility of lease structures; Effect of the Lease Code on small business tenants.
- HOW TO: GET A GOOD DEAL ON A LEASE. // Inc.;May2009, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p57
The article offers tips for negotiating a good deal on a commercial lease. The first order of business is to negotiate the term or duration, of the lease and the rent that will be paid. Small-business advisers generally recommend the shortest term possible. Commercial properties are generally...
- Landlords suffer growing pains. Horne, Alex // Estates Gazette;10/25/2014, Issue 1443, p03
The article discusses insurance company RSA's survey of small businesses which identified the commercial and residential landlord industry as the sector having the highest proportion of businesses that find it difficult to grow.
- Are you wasting your biggest asset? // Director;Sep2002, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p42
Focuses on the campaign launched by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' which aims to get British small businesses to approach property decisions strategically. Amount lost by British businesses through inefficient use of property; Implication of signing a lease; Significance of the...
- LEASING COMMERCIAL SPACE. // American Drycleaner (American Trade Magazines LLC (ATM));06/01/2014, p40
The article offers tips from U.S. Small Business Administration for negotiating a commercial lease for small business. It is generally recommended that small businesses negotiate one- to two-year leases with the option to renew. It is important to consult a knowledgeable real estate lawyer to...