Hi Sdlewis ,
First, I would make sure you needed to lease a warehouse as apposed to using a third party warehousing operation. It’s vastly cheaper to pay somebody with and existing warehouse to handle your warehousing needs than to lease a warehouse. It depends on the volume of merchandise you are moving.
If you do lease a warehouse, have a knowledgeable real estate agent review the lease. Commercial lease are not like home lease. Maintenance clauses for example, need to specify who is responsible fro both inside and outside maintenance. One person I know leased a facility. When the roof started leaking after the first rain storm, that person found out their lease agreement did not cover outside repairs. Nor did the lease cover damages to the product from the water that leaked in.
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