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Landlord

Commercial Lease

Ohio

Asked on Apr 12, 2023

Can the rent be increased during the lease term?

I am an entrepreneur who is looking to rent a commercial space for my business. I recently found a space that fits my needs and the landlord is offering a lease agreement. I am wondering if the rent can be increased during the lease term, as this could have a significant impact on my business. I understand that the lease agreement may contain provisions that allow for rent increases, but I would like to confirm this before signing the agreement.

Jeffrey K.

Answered Apr 14, 2023

The lease agreement should specifically provide when and in what amount any rent increases would occur. Usually on a lease with a five year term, rent would increase yearly. If you have a build out credit, you may have free rent for a term if you pay for the build out. If it is a net lease, meaning you pay rent and, either taxes, insurance and/or common area maintenance, you would have a base rent plus the other fees that could increase during the initial lease term usually yearly, but it could be more than one time a year if the costs of these items increase. The rent would also likely increase yearly. If the lease is a gross lease, you will have one monthly rental payment that would increase (most likely) yearly.

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