If you’re interested in leasing a vehicle, make sure you understand the basics of car leasing and how it works.
Prepare for lease accounting rules before they happen.
The new lease accounting rules don't take effect until 2019, but few leases will be grandfathered, so there will be an immediate bottom-line impact.
10 Key Factors When Negotiating the Best Office Lease for Your Startup
10 suggestions to help you become more lease-savvy and negotiate a favorable office lease for your startup company.
Why you should buy your leased car
Time is running out. Here are 5 reasons to buy your car when the lease closes.
Apartment Leases: What Every Renter Needs to Know
More than 12 million students have returned to college over the past month. Amid the flurry of registering for classes and ordering textbooks, many rushed through an important transaction that could heavily influence their success or failure over the coming year: leasing an apartment.
US Solar Energy Industries Association Releases New Land Leasing Guide
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest July 26th, 2016 by Joshua S Hill The US Solar Energy Industries Association has published a new guide for landowners interested in leasing their land for use by solar developers. The SEIA Guide to Land Leases for Solar is a comprehensive guide that “covers the important aspects of how to work with a [&hellip
Is a vehicle subscription right for you? Our guide to the buying and leasing alternative
Want a new car, but not sure whether to buy or lease? Don't do either! Our car subscription service guide explains an alternative.
Why You May Want to Lease a Car for Your Teenager
Leasing a car for your teenager may make sense, but there could be some additional costs you should know about, Consumer Reports says.
Check Out These 6 Things Before Signing Your Next Lease!
There’s more to the perfect rental than number of bedrooms and amenities. Before you sign your next lease, be sure to check for these six important things.
The Accidental Landlord: 5 Things You Must Consider Before Signing the Lease
Regardless of what circumstances find you assuming the role of accidental landlord, there are at least five things you must consider before you sign the lease.
What is your “Life Lease”
What is your “Life Lease?” We are only here on this great planet for a short period of time. How you choose to spend that valuable time will make the differe...
Why millennials like to lease cars
It’s similar to a subscription model that they’re used to, like a mobile phone or Netflix bill.
Practical Considerations for Hunting Leases
Practical Considerations for Hunting Leases Topic: Leasing property to individuals interested in recreational uses such as hunting has proven to be...
Commercial real estate: Should you lease or buy?
As you can guess, with most difficult business questions — it depends. Here are the factors to consider.
Marijuana Clauses Your Lease Should Include
As more states consider legalizing some form of pot, landlords and property managers need to know how to address its use in their buildings.
4 Tips for Breaking Your Rental Lease
If you're looking to move out of your rental home sooner than you expected, take steps to minimize the financial impact of breaking a lease.
Should You Get Gap Insurance for a Leased Car?
By rolling all the costs associated with a car into the monthly lease payment, it is certainly possible that you would owe more than the car was worth if you experienced a total loss soon after your lease began.
Insurance is Essential Condition to a Lease
Summary Judgment for Landlord Appropriate Almost, if not every, commercial lease contains a requirement that the tenant acquire insurance protecting the property and liability interests of the land…
2 Important Leasing Policy Updates Every Landlord Should Consider
Learn more about pet and nuisance policies and how to protect your rental property investment.