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Small Office Rental Tips

You and your business deserve a great workspace. But finding one isn’t always easy. The market for small office rentals is always competitive and sometimes hard to navigate. Things have only become more complicated in recent years. The way that most of us work has evolved, but a lot of offices haven’t. If you don’t know what to look for in a small office rental, you could find yourself overpaying for a less-than-ideal workspace.

At Office Evolution, we know what sets today’s top small office rentals apart from lesser options. Whether you’re looking for a long-term lease, a month-to-month agreement, or want to rent office space by the day, here are four tips on how to find the best small office space.

How to Find a Great Small Office Rental

  1. Never Feel the Need to Tie Yourself Down. In the past, renting an office meant signing a long-term lease. Most office rentals required multi-year commitments, and even a one-year lease was hard to come by. Thankfully, things have changed. Most office rentals still require a long-term agreement, but short-term rentals and month-to-month agreements are getting easier to find. If you don’t want a long-term agreement, you shouldn’t feel the need to settle for one.
  2. Don’t Undervalue Pre-Furnished Offices. Like short-term rentals, pre-furnished offices are getting easier to find. These spaces help small businesses avoid the substantial downtime and upfront costs required for setting up and furnishing a new office. Professionally designed office rentals also deliver long-term benefits, using productivity-focused design principles to enhance your professional performance.
  3. Consider Offices with Access to Coworking Spaces. Studies have shown that professionals thrive at unheard of levels in coworking communities. But a coworking membership isn’t a perfect option if you need the privacy of a dedicated office. A great solution is to rent an office at a location with a shared workspace. That way, all the benefits of a coworking community are just outside your office door.
  4. Find a Great Space for Client Meetings. One of the benefits to renting a private office is the ability to host clients for face-to-face meetings. If you’re planning on holding client meetings at your new office, you’ll need an office that’s well-suited to one-on-one meetings. For larger meetings, you’ll need a space where you can reserve meeting space or a conference room.

Small Office Space for Rent

If you’re looking for a small office space for rent, a private office at Office Evolution could be the perfect solution. Our small office rentals include access to our shared workspace, professional services for telephone answering and mail reception, access to professional meeting space, and an array of additional features and amenities.

Contact us today to learn more about small office rentals at Office Evolution.