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It's a Rental

You can't build cyberspace without physical space, but do landlords like tech?

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You have the hottest online concept around, and you're ready to sell your wares and services from your very own dotcom domain. You have a brilliant business plan and a bright crew. All you need now is a home for your team. But are landlords at all wary of leasing office space to dotcom companies?

"Absolutely," says Ross Moskowitz, real estate partner at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP in New York City. Landlords aren't particularly receptive to the scant credit histories and uncertain futures that often define e-businesses.

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