A business lease proposal is document whereby an individual, usually the tenant himself, lays down the various details related to the lease of a property and how he hopes to use it for business purposes. By going through the lease proposals and applications of the tenants, the lessor can find out the right lessee who presents the best proposal and who will be most profitable for him. The business lease proposal must have details of the lessee, some past references, the rent he is willing to pay and what he intends to do with the property. The space can be used for various business purposes such as an office, consultancy, a store or a space for planning and creating business strategies.

Sample Business Lease Proposal:

Name of leasing agency: Hotland Associates

RFP number: 92892

Name of owner of property: Dorothy Kennings

Address: 72 Pecan Grove, Austin

Location of property: Same as above

Name of tenant: Tony Williams

Address: 92 Hill Country, Dallas

Proposal prepared on: December 20, 2011

Proposal prepared by: John Matthews

Manager, Hotland Associates

Proposal submitted on: December 29, 2011

Proposal topic: Business lease proposal

Purpose: The purpose of this proposal is mention the rent the tenant is offering to pay to the owner of the property and how the tenant plans to use the property for business

Details of Business Lease Proposal:

  • The area of the property is 5,000 sq feet
  • The rent of the property can be $7,000 to $8,000 per month, besides utility bills
  • The property will be used as an insurance office

Proposal signed and approved by:

Lessor                                                           Lessee

Date                                                              Date

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