Finding a suitable warehouse for your company requires a thorough assessment of existing operations. The evaluation will include the availability and condition of electrical fixtures and water outlets, determining the total floor area you’ll need, and your overall budget. The last one is essential because the rental will be factored into your operational expenses per month. Security issues can play a role if the prospect facility is a bit far from your business place; the research will include accommodations for employees and security personnel.
Consult a Realtor about your specifications for the warehouse. The agent can help identify commercial properties that fit those needs and set up a meeting with the property management company running it. Even if the negotiations and the rates work in your favor, make sure to hammer out all important details in the lease contract before you ever sign it.