Small Businesses Cutting Costs with Lease Renegotiation

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As the economy continues to struggle, many small businesses are looking for ways to cut costs. One of their highest monthly fixed expenses is the business lease payment. Through various lease renegotiation methods, even businesses in mid-term leases are able to reduce these costs immediately without waiting for a lease renewal period and save thousands of dollars over the remainder of the lease.

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Don't wait. Work to renegotiate your current lease now.

The time for renegotiation is now; property owners want to avoid vacancies in a down market.

Small business owners are searching for creative ways to cut their expenses in order to survive this extended economic downturn. Mid-term and renewal lease renegotiation has proven to be an effective method of achieving that. Silent Partner Negotiators announces the release of their Do-It-Yourself Lease Renegotiation Action Manual (LRAM).

As the economy has come down over the past several years, business owners locked into long-term leases have been struggling to make monthly lease payments that were set in better times. Most often, because of the contractual nature of a lease, they do not consider approaching their landlord and seeking a reduction. And if they do, they do not go about it in the most effective and productive ways.

“Many of our clients think they are locked into their current high lease rates,” says Wade Horigan, Principal of Silent Partner Negotiators. “We help them understand their value as good paying, long-term tenants for their landlords. We work with them one-on-one to develop a compelling case based on their unique reality in the current economy and show them how to best present it. The time for renegotiation is now; property owners want to avoid vacancies in a down market.”

Since 2010, Silent Partner Negotiators has been helping clients reduce their business lease costs through principled lease negotiation and renegotiation. They have developed their techniques and put them into a low-cost, do-it-yourself Lease Renegotiation Manual that also includes 25 pages of lease renegotiation letter samples from actual, successful renegotiations. They also offer full-service, contingency-based existing and renewing lease renegotiation for qualified clients.

For more information, please contact Wade Horigan directly at (805) 320-4801 or by email: wade(at)SilentPartnerNegotiators(dot)com. Website: http://www.SilentPartnerNegotiators.com.
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