Thursday, May 9, 2013

An Essential Guide for Renters

Author and Lawyer Jean Louis Racine gives over 259 tips for negotiating the best lease possible with his ‘Commercial Lease Bible’ series.


What are the 9 steps to negotiate any commercial lease?
What are the 27 ways to get Free Rents?
Author and lawyer Jean Louis Racine has used his knowledge to give handy tips for renters of commercial space in order to help them get the most out of their lease.  Using his 35 years of experience, Racine has provided his extensive knowledge to readers with his e-book series, The Commercial Lease Bible.  
In the first installment of the series, Racine gives readers helpful advice on the many ways they can benefit from a leasing situation, including how they can cash more money from their landlords, the 9 steps to negotiate any commercial lease, and 27 ways to get free rent.  Woven throughout are 50 stories from different tenants, highlighting the ways in which Mr. Racine’s advice has worked for them.  
Readers are already singing the praises of Racine’s series, saying:  “His extensive experience is obvious and his tips are very helpful” and “The author takes so much complicated and hard to understand information and condenses and simplifies it into an easy to read book”.  
Additionally, Racine has included helpful hints on how to lower your rent by 15%, how to terminate a lease, how to negotiate a rent reduction, and the benefits and advantages of negotiating a commercial lease or renewal.
An absolute necessity for any commercial renter, many readers are also touting the benefits of Racine’s advice for domestic renters and those looking to find the best landlord/tenant situation that they can.  Racine’s experience and easy flow of information shine through in this series, a must-have for any business who rents regularly.

Jean Louis Racine

Jean Louis Racine has worked as a lawyer and commercial real estate lease negotiator for the last 35 years. He has negotiated more than 1,300,000 square feet of business, office, and industrial leases. His goal was to write the Commercial Lease Bible in a way that communicated his knowledge to readers as though he were telling him his tips directly.

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