Written by Wall Street News on January 8th, 2019. Posted in Commercial leases, Tampa warehouse, Warehouse space for rent orlando

Almost all the products manufactured in the United States for both import and export purposes are stored in a warehouse at some point of product life-cycle. If you are in the process of finding a warehouse to rent, there are a few basics that are important to familiarize yourself with before signing that lease. For starters, you need to understand that commercial warehousing is big business which would explain why commercial leases are a little more complex compared to an ordinary lease. As a business, the success of renting a warehouse begins by determining warehouse space needs. Focus on the products that require storage and make sure that the industrial warehouse space suits those needs. Below are some of the things you should consider when finding a warehouse to rent.

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Six Helpful Tips For Leasing Warehouse Space

Written by Wall Street News on November 17th, 2018. Posted in Industrial warehouse space, Warehouse for sale orlando, Warehouse space for rent orlando

Over the next five years, E-commerce is expected to grow at a compounded average rate of 10 percent, creating tremendous opportunities for owners and developers of warehouse and distribution space. Currently, more than 166,000 men and women in the United States work in the storage and warehouse leasing industry.

Since 2000, the amount of occupied distribution and warehouse space has increased by more than 86 percent and the need for warehouse space isn’t going down any time soon. If you or your company is looking at leasing a warehouse or wondering how to go about finding a warehouse to rent, here are some helpful things to keep in mind:

  • Space: If you’re leasing a warehouse, it’s important to know how much space you’re getting. Depending on who you’re leasing a warehouse from, he/she may calculate square footage a little differently. You want to make sure you’re only getting charged for usable space instead of the total area.
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