New Lease, waiting for my signature.

by Laila
(Tucson, AZ)

Hello, I have a written lease that Verizon is waiting for me to sign. The agreement is for $1200 monthly rental and a 3% annual increase. I live in Tucson Az. Is that a fair market price. Also I have another question, if they lease another carrier do i have the right to ask for extra rent.

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Apr 25, 2015
Could be an okay price, great price or low price.
by: Stephen

Laila. It all depends on the location and how deeply they have committed to this lease. I understand that you are ready to put ink to paper, but have they provided you with a site plan (lease exhibits). Do the drawings look like they were done by an architect or more like a sketch or diagram?

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