Florida Commercial Lease Agreement Form
Florida’s commercial real estate market is diverse and dynamic, driven by its economic growth, population increase, and popularity as a business and tourist destination.
Florida has some major cities like Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville which are well-known for their commercial real estate activities. Miami is particularly popular internationally and boasts a strong presence in the finance, trade, and tourism sectors.
Regarding property types, Florida offers various commercial real estate options including office buildings, retail spaces, industrial properties, and hospitality assets. Coastal areas of Florida also have a significant presence of commercial properties related to tourism and hospitality. The tourism industry in Florida is a crucial factor in its retail real estate market.
Hotels, resorts, and vacation rental properties are in high demand, especially in popular tourist destinations like Orlando (theme parks), Miami (beaches and nightlife), and the Florida Keys.
Commercial Real Estate Listings in Florida
The state of Florida requires the complete legal names and addresses of both the Landlord and Tenant (or Business Name).
A description of the leased property, including full address and any additional details of the commercial rental property.
The start and end dates of the lease term also include the options for renewal (if any).
The amount plus when the rent is due and includes any late fees/grace periods.
Amount of the security deposit and the conditions for its return to the Tenant.
Florida Association of Realtors