When renting an office space, in addition to the rent, you also must pay service costs. But for what exactly do you pay these extra costs? In case of an office space, there is no fixed legal definition of service costs. The composition of the service charges therefore depends on the specific rental agreement. The base for service costs are the level of supplies and services that are provided by the landlord (on behalf of the tenant). These costs for services and supplies relate in the first instance to property-related costs incurred by the lessor on behalf of the lessee.
Nothing is more annoying than figuring out too late that the rental contract of your office has been extended when you actually wanted to terminate the contract. Even though more and more companies choose to rent their office space on flexible terms, there are still many cases in which entrepreneurs have rental agreements that run from 3 to 10 years. If a tacit extension is included, your rental period will be extended by the same period.
In real estate and brokerage, you will find these terms regularly. Multi-tenant office and single-tenant office. But what do these terms mean and what are the advantages and disadvantages of these type of offices?
Single-tenant office meaning
Renting a single-tenant office means that you rent the building, without sharing the space with one or more other companies.
Are you looking for an office space? Then you probably want to know what the rental price of an office space is. Unfortunately, specific rents are not as easy to find out as you might think. There are several reasons for this. For example, because there are three different types of rents. These three types will be explained later in this article, because they can cause a lot of confusion.
You are going to rent an office or office building for your company and the landlord asks for a security deposit of three months' rent. But what exactly is a security deposit? What is the difference with a bank guarantee? Is it possible to negotiate about the deposit with a landlord? What if the landlord goes bankrupt? In this blog we will go deeper into the subject of security deposits and what it involves.
Do you have too much office space or too little and do you have to move your company? In either case you have surplus office space that weighs heavily on the budget. What do you do in such a case? Sublet your office space!
Subletting your office is the most obvious option. However, this cannot be done just like that. There are various considerations and steps that need to be taken. Flexas.com will be happy to help you relieve this burden. So follow the next steps from our infographic! Want to know more?
Which taxes apply to office space when renting an office space in The Netherlands? Which costs are deductible? What about VAT-free renting? If you are going to rent an office space, these questions will come up. We will answer them for you in this blog article!