Vacant Restaurants for Lease - 3 Quick Tips

By Robin Gagnon
February 06, 2012

Here are 3 quick tips to help you when searching for vacant restaurants for lease. Tip Number 1:  The best vacant restaurants for lease are never advertised. The vacant restaurants with signs in the window represent a very small percentage of the...
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5 Strategies to Save Your Credit on a Restaurant for Lease

By Robin Gagnon
January 12, 2012

Before moving forward with a signature on that restaurant for lease read this article and avoid costly mistakes that have long term credit implications. Strategy One Have an exit strategy built into the restaurant lease in case everything goes...
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What to Include in Your Letter of Intent When Leasing a Restaurant

By Eric Gagnon
October 27, 2011

    A letter of intent is the way to cement the terms between a landlord and restaurant tenant. If you are leasing a second generation or former restaurant space that contains existing equipment, it is important to include a clause in your Letter of...
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Restaurants for Lease - Three Myths That Cost You Time and Money

By Eric Gagnon
September 27, 2011

There are plenty of misconceptions about leasing a restaurant.  Here the most common three. Myth #1: If I do the buying myself I can get a better deal because the landlord will not have to pay extra fees. This is a misconception because there is no...
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10 dirty secrets landlords don't reveal about restaurants for lease

By Eric Gagnon
August 15, 2010

Hundreds of fully equipped restaurants for lease are free to qualified buyers but you need an expert restaurant broker to help you with secrets to getting them. Secret number one.  The phone number on the sign rings to a leasing agent representing...
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