Utah Commercial Properties for Lease
We are the leading provider for commercial leases in Utah. You can count on a team of professionals to help you locate the right space for your business. We specialize in getting your business set up just the way you want.
Long Term or Short Term Lease?
A Utah commercial lease is a legal contract with a landlord and a business owner to rent office space. Typical lease agreements can be either short term or long term. A short term agreement is for a year or less while a long term lease can be arranged for as long as 10 – 15 years for larger office spaces.
Get a Perfect Office Space
Do you need a receptionist and a conference room for your business? Look no further, we’ve got just that and more. Our commercial offices include restrooms, conference room, a break room, and phone, fax and printer plus a shared receptionist. We also offer furnished and unfurnished offices to meet your needs. Need more? Just ask what else we have to offer in our commercial office spaces.
Retail Space in Utah You’ll Love
Do you need a quality retail space to rent for your growing business? Look no further. We’ve got the perfect solutions for your retail office needs in Utah. Everything from small to large spaces is available for your business.
Clean, well taken care of retail spaces are what we pride ourselves on giving to our customers. You’ll find something in your price range with a commercial lease agreement from us.
How is a Commercial Lease Different from a Residential Lease?
If you’re looking to get into a commercial lease, it’s important to know some of the differences between residential and commercial agreements. There are fewer laws to protect the consumer in a commercial lease. So know before you sign into any new agreement.
The forms aren’t standard, so ever agreement looks a little different. Make sure you read all of the small print in the lease agreement before signing it. It’s also a good idea to have a lawyer look over any agreements to make sure that you understand all of the terms before you sign. Commercial lease agreements can be difficult to get out of, and you don’t want to find yourself in a difficult situation if your business takes a downturn.