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Lease renegotiation transactions are not absolute.  They can prove profitable for both tenant and landlord when orchestrated properly.  They can also fail miserably when inappropriately executed.  Neither landlord or tenant are obligated to enter into a renegotiated lease, and would only do so if such a transaction made sense.

Lease renegotiation transactions don’t always work, and in fact, sometimes can be seriously detrimental to landlord and /or tenant.  Accordingly, landlords sometimes say “No!” when approached about renegotiating a tenant’s lease. 

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