1.Many businesses can be launched and run from home. If you need to move to an outside facility, identify the features and fixtures your business will need.
2.Determine how much rent you can afford.
3.Decide what neighborhood would be best for your business and find out what the average rents are in those neighborhoods.
4.Make sure any space you’re considering is or can be properly zoned for your business. (If working from home, make sure your business activities won’t violate any zoning restrictions on home offices.)
5. Before signing a commercial lease, examine it carefully and negotiate the best deal.