Get 12 Lease Protections When Granting Tenant Improvement Allowances

Offering tenant improvement allowances (TIAs) is a great way to attract and retain small and new businesses that can’t afford the renovations they need to open shop. But it can also backfire if the tenant defaults before moving in or generating the revenues necessary to pay you back. TIAs also expose you to financial and liability risks. Negotiating the right TIA lease clause is crucial to avoid getting burned.

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