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+1 (214) 659-1181

6445 Cedar Springs Rd #213
Dallas, Texas 75235

Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take to build out a space?

Build-out time depends on the existing condition of the space at possession as well as the build-out requirements you have for your operation.

How long does it typically take to get a lease done?

Typically, it can take anywhere from 30-90 days to negotiate a lease.

How long does it typically take to get a space open?

It can generally take 240 - 270 days from finding a space that you like to get the space open. This timing includes a letter of intent (LOI) negotiation, lease negotiation, and time for construction and build-out after lease execution.

How much money do I typically need to put down at lease signing?

The first and last month’s rent is typically required at lease signature. Depending on the center and owner, you can occasionally get away with only a security deposit.

What does CAM mean?

Common Area Maintenance Charges. These can include things like insurance, administrative fees, overall property maintenance, security, landscaping, and more.

What does as-is condition mean?

As-is condition means that you are taking the space in its current condition without warrants for utilities from the Landlord.

What is the difference between a net lease and a gross lease?

In a gross lease, a tenant pays a flat fee for the space. Any additional expenses (taxes, insurance, utilities, etc) are covered by the Landlord. Under a net lease or NNN lease, the tenant covers those additional expenses on top of a (typically) lower base fee for use of the space.

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