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