Tenants may be on hook for maintenance, property taxes, insurance
I have covered a general outline of commercial leases, but you will need to carefully review your lease or seek the advice of a trusted real estate or legal professional in your area if you still have questions about whether the landlord is passing along proper charges to you.
This column on issues confronting tenants and landlords is written by property manager Robert Griswold, author of "Property Management for Dummies" and "Property Management Kit for Dummies" and co-author of "Real Estate Investing for Dummies."
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