Helping Owners and Operators Secure Optimal Lease Agreements
Containing lease costs is critical to any business or corporation whether your entity’s annual operating budget is limited to six figures or well north of this number. For commercial tenants seeking property in Alpharetta and the neighboring cities, it can be a challenge to keep rent expenses in check.
Our attorneys at Briskin, Cross & Sanford, LLC have an extensive understanding of metro Atlanta’s commercial real estate market. For over 20 years, our law firm has helped local and nationally-recognized entities secure favorable lease agreements in the Georgia 400 corridor and beyond. We are equipped to help you establish and develop your presence here as well.
Assisting with Lease Transactions and Disputes
We represent owners and franchise operators in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, technology, retail and real estate. Having assisted a diverse range of clients, we are able to identify the best options for your needs and your budget constraints.
Our familiarity with the area’s property market and real estate law allows us to provide cutting-edge advice on office, retail, warehouse and other commercial leasing opportunities. When you are pursuing a lease, you can depend on our lawyers to give you an honest appraisal of the advantages and drawbacks associated with the terms in the proposed agreement.
Our transactional attorneys regularly design, negotiate, revise and review a variety of agreements that includes:
- Operating leases
- Master leases
Throughout the negotiation process, we advocate for tenant rights and strive to obtain favorable provisions regarding landlord obligations.
As a client of our full-service business law firm, you gain access to our firm’s skilled litigators who are able to assist you with intricate real estate conflicts. Whether you are disputing the terms of your lease termination contract or other legal document connected to your agreement, we will aggressively represent your interests in Georgia’s courtrooms.
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Before you sign your lease agreement, consult with our attorneys. We will review your contract and advise you on your options.