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Free Ride Friday — Time for a Leasing Intervention™? (2-Hours of Open Q+A) - Shared screen with speaker view
Louis Fisher
25:57
Dennis Rodman Theory.....Not a likeability Blasio Theory
Sam Martorella
39:18
Larry, are you seeing any retail tenants claiming Frustration of Purpose as a means to get out of their lease?
Mary Goldsmith-Mahoney
43:42
As a tenants broker, how do we get paid on the gross sales scenario?
STEVE LORENZO
52:19
Have you seen like clauses creep into commission agreement responses, especially when there is a payout- and if so, how have you handled?
Michael Rosenfeld
01:00:01
Larry can are these new regulations and laws violate the “sanctity of contract” that has been entered into in good faith by the parties and with good consideration?
Doug Kleiman
01:15:57
Are you seeing banks diverting funds (i.e. rent) from LL’s as tenants risk and default increase? (i.e. Cash trap)?
Paul Fetscher
01:21:16
Who remembers Jack Fader of Olympia & York and his "Rubber Ruller"?
Michael Rosenfeld
01:21:49
On Long Island Loss Factor is often market driven, small tenants don’t question Landlord’s stated measurement. We’ve all heard how buildings “grow” upon each sale transaction.
Doug Kleiman
01:34:49
and Local Law 97!
STEVE LORENZO
01:54:06
Have participated in calls with tenants where landlord's have verbally agreed to work with the tenant with rent relief and properly asking for back up information on sales history - but then immediately have their attorneys send default letters which trigger landlord remedies if not answered. Upon confronting, one landlord responded "don't worry about the letter- its standard and sent out automatically" How would you suggest the tenant respond to this legal letter?
Mitch Weiss
02:13:44
in a modified gross deal, there are increases on the taxes. the LL benefits
Doug Kleiman
02:22:08
Thank you for doing this…it’s so valuable! You are the best!!