Owning your own business is a big thing. When you get to the point in your career where you can say that the business you work for is yours, then you have made it. However, there are a lot of things that you are going to have to consider before you get settled in.
First you need to do your homework. You will need to either rent or purchase an office space to work from. You want to make sure that the office space procured will actually work for your benefit. You will want to make sure that it is in a good location, and contains all of the different things that you will to need to successfully operate.
Next, you will need to know how much the office space is going to cost you and that you have enough money to properly operate and maintain such location.
Assuming you will be renting and not buying, you will become someone’s tenant. Before renting out space, you need to carefully review and understand all lease related documents. One thing that you can and should do, is contact someone who has extensive experience with such contracts. You are going to want to make sure that you completely understand what is in the contract you will be signing.
According to Rebecca Joshua on linked in, https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/quick-tips-evaluate-contract-processes-requests-creation-joshua, in the table above, there is a process to the evaluation of a contract. You are going to want to make sure that you follow these steps when evaluating your own contract. If you have any doubts about what you are signing, or if you want to just make sure that you and your landlord are on the same page, contact Marc Simon—your Las Vegas real estate attorney—today.