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4 Things Before You Sign a Commercial Lease

Signing a commercial lease as a business owner should not be taken lightly. A business owners' biggest expense may be a store-front or office space when they are first starting out. Like any contract, it may be too late to make any changes to a commercial lease once you've signed it. A commercial lease is a legal, binding document that may prevent you from growing your business - or worse, run it into the ground. Here are four simple things to consider before signing your commercial lease.

Nevada Short-Term Residential Rentals

With the rising popularity of short-term rental investments, and the growing interest of the public to find hotel alternatives, the local government in Nevada decided to take a closer look into the short-term rental industry. It's no surprise that the local authorities have begun to crack down on rentals without proper documentation. It's not only the government questioning these rentals but the neighbors of these homes as well. If you're planning on converting property in Southern Nevada into a short-term rental listing then you'll want to make sure you protect your investment with the proper documentation.

Women and Minority Owned Businesses

There are many advantages in Nevada for businesses and entrepreneurs. However, minority-owned businesses have historically been less successful in the state. Many minority-owned businesses don't have access to needed capital. Along with capital, they need proper management and training in order to contend for contracts and stay alive in the market. Beginning next year (2018), Assembly Bill No. 436 will require the Secretary of State to ensure that information for private and public programs to obtain financing and certifications are available to disadvantaged business enterprise.

Two Documents Every Entrepreneur Needs

Many people have a dream of owning their own business whether they are a talented chef who wants to own his or her own restaurant or an inventor with a new idea that he or she cannot wait to share with the world. If you are a budding entrepreneur, you are probably eager to open your doors to customers, but there are several things to consider first, including drawing up the legal documents most new businesses need with the help of an experienced corporate lawyer in Las Vegas.

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