SHOP RENTAL THE SECRETS YOUR LANDLORD DOES NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW

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SHOP RENTAL THE SECRETS YOUR LANDLORD DOES NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW
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AuthorMel Nicholas
LanguageEnglish
GenreRetailing Marketing & Sales
Publication date
2016-01-16
ISBN1230000102539 Parameter error in {{ISBN}}: Invalid ISBN.
Mercid 150061230000102539
MerchantRakuten Kobo Canada
WebsiteRakuten Kobo Canada

Summary

SHOP RENTAL THE SECRETS YOUR LANDLORD DOES NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW FOREWORD In my time as a landlord's employee, I have seen people with fantastic products miss out on good shop space or miss out on lease renewals. I've also seen people with mediocre products or service, obtain and indeed keep shop space, and some of them for the 'price of bread'. This book examines how to make sure you are in the group that actually secure rental space in a good quality location. It can be argued that it is harder to retain your shop space once you have secured it. In this book, I will examine the shop rental related factors that can aid you maintain and sustain your business. A landlord can make or break your business. Remember when you lease shop space, you will cultivate a customer base. You will have a percentage of loyal customers. These customers might follow you to any new venue you move to. However a large percentage of your customer base will be "accidental" customers. Accidental customers are people who stumble on your business when they're browsing around the precinct your shop is situated. This people will buy from you mainly because you are at a location they visit as opposed to because they were specifically looking for your shop. This makes your location very unique and specific. Remember that these accidental customers will now know where you are and will eventually convert to loyal customers. If you already have a good location, you will always want to keep that shop as it will enable you to capture more and more accidental customers. However, you will want to keep the shop at a reasonable rent. It is therefore crucial to understand the things landlords look at and what you can do to maximise your chances of not only getting your lease renewed, but getting it renewed at the right price. I examine all the relevant topics in this book. I have divided the topics in three parts. Part 1 examines how to negotiate for a successful outcome when obtaining shop space. Par

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