Commercial renting and leasing resources include Regus, which rents space in 3,000 locations throughout the world, according to its website. Another resource is the U.S. Small Business Administration, which offers tips for leasing commercial space, states SBA.gov.
For those looking for office space, business centers or other commercial real estate, Regus offers work spaces based on information provided. It also offers a quick quote within 30 minutes, states the Regus website.
Advice the SBA offers small-business owners looking for commercial space include finding a broker to help with landlord negotiations. The SBA also suggests, through SBA.gov, that the leaser finds out what additional costs might be incurred other than rent. Responsibility for repair and maintenance is also an important point, as is the possibility of subletting to another commercial renter. The SBA suggests that the renter hire an attorney to go over a lease's fine print.