4 Questions to Ask When Leasing a Call Center Office Space
When it comes to leasing an office space, you can never be too careful when signing a lease. Failure to do your due diligence can lead to problems.
To minimize the chances of these and other disasters occurring, here are 4 questions you should ask your provider when leasing a call center office space:
What happens if the space isn’t ready by the expected move-in date? Unless your office is ready, you can’t be sure that there won’t be any more problems. To avoid last minute problems, you should double check if your lease is clear about what can happen if your office space isn’t ready by the move-in date.
Will the office space meet your technology needs? Most lessor offer internet connection options like Fiber or DSL. If your business will require a ton of bandwidth to successfully operate, make sure that the property has the infrastructure to support your needs.
Does the lease come with an option to renew? After your lease expires, the lessor is under no legal obligation to offer the same space to you unless there’s a renewal clause in your lease. This guarantees that you will have first dibs on the space when the lease expires.
Will the lessor take on the cost of changes? You will probably want to modify and update your new office space to meet your business’ specific requirements. In most cases, you will be responsible for these costs. But, there are some providers who are willing to amortize the costs over the term of the lease so make sure to ask.