Message from RE/MAX Commercial: What to do when ‘sorry we’re temporarily closed’ is part of your business as landlord or tenant

Do you have questions about rent reductions or deferral of lease payments? Experts can help

While many businesses are shut down the Agents at RE/MAX Complete Commercial Red Deer are navigating the new times with their clients. Contributed photo

What to do when “Sorry temporarily closed” is part of your business as landlord or tenant?

– Do you have questions about rent reductions or deferral of lease payments?

– Are you paying too much in today’s economic environment?

– Is there a way to get creative on renewals?

– What if my lease doesn’t expire for another few years?

– What are your options?

Handling all of the above questions can be very stressful. While many businesses are shut down the Agents at RE/MAX Complete Commercial Red Deer are navigating the new times with their clients.

If you want answers to any of the above questions their team is available to offer some free advice.

If you would like to confidentially discuss options specific to your business, give them a call anytime at 403-986-7777.

In these tough times, their Commercial agents are available 24/7.

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