There are several variables to consider when searching for the right leasing space in the Boise metropolitan area and The Sundance Company offers a general summary of the process. Please remember this is a general summary of the leasing process and the steps involved for your company can vary depending on a number of factors.

Identify Needs: Location, location, location. You have probably heard that phrase numerous times in the business world and the word location might be the most-used word in real estate. Why?  Location affects your visibility, the quality of your space and ultimately the long-term value of your business. Before you finalize your location in the greater Boise metropolitan area you need to answer a few questions: Where are our customers? Our market region? Our employees? Where is the competition located?

Cost: Your monthly rent will be determined by a few variables including location (Boise, Meridian, or Nampa), lease rate per square foot, free rent or other concessions provided by the owner, utilities and other costs if the lease is Triple Net, additional tenant improvements that are amortized into the rent, and annual rental increases as provided for in your lease.

Type of Space: The type of space you need is going to be determined by the type of product or service you provide. Is it industrial? Retail? Office? The Sundance Company has commercial real estate leasing options including industrial, retail, and office throughout the Treasure Valley so we can certainly find the right type of space for your company.

If you have questions or comments about The Sundance Company please call 1.208.322.7300 or visit our website at www.sundanceco.com. To view some of our commercial real estate leasing options, please visit our Properties page.

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