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The Team To Turn To For Commercial And Residential Leasing Matters

Saavedra-Goodwin represents Florida commercial and residential property owners in all leasing-related matters. Whether you are preparing to lease a newly acquired or newly constructed building or you are an established lessor, our attorneys can help you make informed decisions and protect your financial interests.

Commercial and residential leases present their own unique legal issues. For commercial properties, lessors must prepare comprehensive lease agreements that thoroughly address matters ranging from access to parking to indemnification for third-party claims. Residential tenants are entitled to various statutory protections, but landlords still have clear rights that they can – and should – enforce through stringent lease terms. As a Fort Lauderdale real estate law firm, we are intimately familiar with these types of issues, and our attorneys have extensive experience protecting commercial and residential property owners through skilled lease preparation.

When You Need Preparation And Negotiation Of Commercial Leases

On the commercial side, we represent property owners (landlords) with regard to lease preparation and enforcement, and we also represent many businesses, franchisees and other tenants to analyze leases and negotiate fair terms to allow our clients to operate their business and thrive on a long-term basis. When preparing commercial leases, we work closely with our clients to understand their specific business goals and identify the specific risks associated with each transaction. With this information in hand, we are able to prepare custom-tailored agreements that offer our clients significant protection, and we are able to argue effectively for the key provisions our clients need.

Extensive Experience In The Preparation Of Residential Leases

On the residential side, we work with landlords to develop leases that provide appropriate protections while also complying with the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act (RLTA) and other applicable laws. We draft leases that address foreseeable contingencies, and we ensure that our clients have access to the legal remedies they need when their tenants damage rental units, fail to pay rent and commit other lease agreement violations.

Why Wait When A Consultation Is A Phone Call Away?

If you would like to speak with one of our Fort Lauderdale real estate attorneys about lease preparation, negotiations or lease enforcement, we encourage you to get in touch. To schedule an appointment, call us at (954) 928-9568 or inquire online today.