Renting Space for Estheticians

Here’s what you should negotiate in your commercial lease

 

As the saying goes, there are only three things that matter in property, “location, location, location.” You’ve probably heard that and have shopped all around town, finally finding a place to call home for your spa. Once you find a spot, the nego- tiations begin, getting down to the final price you’ll pay for your spot.

Negotiations are key to getting a great deal, but they can be intimidating if you’re unsure how to prepare. We’ll introduce you to parts of your lease that you should negotiate and leave you with some useful tips on how to get the best deal.

BEFORE YOU NEGOTIATE, CONSIDER THESE
Before taking off and negotiating, there are some things you can do to prep yourself. This will help you have a clearer idea going forward and keep you from an unexpected outcome. To get ready for your negotiations for your space, consider these.

The best way to negotiate is to know the market and understand the average rent close to where you’re renting, coming ready with a fair counteroffer.

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Aurora Solis
ASolis@lne.com

Aurora Solis is a former Licensed Esthetician and Makeup Artist turned beauty and wellness writer. With 15 years of experience in the industry, she never grows tired of the beauty industry's ever-changing landscape. Her passion is helping other beauty professionals grow and be confident in their business ventures while putting them in touch with the latest trends and education.



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