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When Should Landlords Update Leases?

By MarksNelson on November 10, 2016 in Assurance Services, Erin Hanavan CPA, MarksNelson in the News, MBA, Real Estate

Kansas City Business Journal, When Should Landlords Update Leases?, November 10, 2016

With the day-to-day activity involved in property management, it’s not surprising that commercial landlords often pay little attention to the terms of their long-term leases unless problems arise or renewal is on the horizon.

But there are other circumstances that might call for you to review and update your leases.

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