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When you rent office space, many people believe that this is a poor
decision on the company’s part. After all, those who rent office space are
essentially pouring money down the drain. Conventional wisdom suggests
that owning office space is a much better idea because it is an
investment. However, there are several reasons why it is better to rent
office space as opposed to buying it.


Office Space Affordability
The majority of small companies have no other option but to rent office
space, especially if their headquarters is in a city. Sure, you could buy
property far from town for peanuts but a number of other overheads will
manifest themselves. When you rent office space in a city, you are right at
the heart of the action. For small and medium-sized businesses, which
makes more sense rent office space in Worthington for $2,000 or so a
month or buy property for $400,000+? Even the down payment on the
purchase of property could cost the equivalent of several years’ worth of
rent. Allow your business to grow before splashing the cash.


Office Size Matters
Fledging companies simply must choose to rent office space because they
have no idea how large they will grow. What if you purchase property only
to find that your operation outgrows it within a few years? Usually, a
company that gets bigger has no financial problems but this is not always
the case. It is easy to move when you rent office space, not so when the
property is all yours. You have to decide what to do with it. For example,
you may elect to sell it (at a loss in today’s market) or lease it to someone
else.


The Taxman
If you Rent Offices Space in Columbus, your rent is often tax deductible. If
you have to make repairs to leased property, you can also write it off.
Things get far more complicated when you own your own building.
Generally, depreciation on commercial buildings is set over 39 years which
means you can only write off around 2.5% a year and the size of the
down payment is irrelevant in this instance.


If your organization is small and you are unsure of its development
potential, you must rent office space. Owning property has its advantages
but it also carries many responsibilities and this is often too much for
small businesses to handle at the outset.




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When you rent office space, many people believe that this is a poor
decision on the company’s part. After all, those who rent office
space are essentially pouring money down the drain. Conventional
wisdom suggests that owning office space is a much better idea
because it is an investment. However, there are several reasons
why it is better to rent office space as opposed to buying it.


Office Space Affordability
The majority of small companies have no other option but to rent
office space, especially if their headquarters is in a city. Sure, you
could buy property far from town for peanuts but a number of other
overheads will manifest themselves. When you rent office space in a
city, you are right at the heart of the action. For small and medium-
sized businesses, which makes more sense rent office space in
Worthington for $2,000 or so a month or buy property for
$400,000+? Even the down payment on the purchase of property
could cost the equivalent of several years’ worth of rent. Allow your
business to grow before splashing the cash.


Office Size Matters
Fledging companies simply must choose to rent office space
because they have no idea how large they will grow. What if you
purchase property only to find that your operation outgrows it
within a few years? Usually, a company that gets bigger has no
financial problems but this is not always the case. It is easy to move
when you rent office space, not so when the property is all yours.
You have to decide what to do with it. For example, you may elect
to sell it (at a loss in today’s market) or lease it to someone else.


The Taxman
If you Rent Offices Space in Columbus, your rent is often tax
deductible. If you have to make repairs to leased property, you can
also write it off. Things get far more complicated when you own
your own building. Generally, depreciation on commercial buildings
is set over 39 years which means you can only write off around
2.5% a year and the size of the down payment is irrelevant in this
instance.


If your organization is small and you are unsure of its development
potential, you must rent office space. Owning property has its
advantages but it also carries many responsibilities and this is often
too much for small businesses to handle at the outset.|




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space in Worthington and Rent Offices Space in Columbus For more
information visit :- http://www.executiveofficeplace.com/

				
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