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    How would you negotiate a lease/rent?

    I hope to get lease negotiators guru from here

    A very small vacant land.
    Lessee aims to develop/build a small outlet to run own business
    Cost to build £150000
    How would you negotiate the rent with the landlord
    £20000 to pay for the vacant land lease, terms of 98 years
    The average rental market for the area £10000 per year

    How would you determine the rent?
    How would you negotiate

    #2
    Sounds like the sort of questions asked of a student!

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