A new survey shows that in Florida, office leasing can make a big difference in the lives of people and businesses.
But with the recession and the need to keep people employed, many businesses and individuals are opting to lease office space rather than buying a house.
The survey, conducted by the Florida Association of Realtors, found that a third of the state’s residents have leased a business or office space in the last year, up from just 11 percent in 2010.
The most popular way to get your business or organization lease a property is through a leasing agreement, which allows for a quick payment in installments and the possibility of long-term leases.
It also means that a business can quickly turn a profit when a tenant moves in.
But that’s not the only way to lease an office.
Other options include leasing to a professional leasing company that will pay the landlord monthly rent.
And there are also some other options that can allow a business to become more profitable.
The Florida Association surveyed more than 2,000 people in the state, including more than 3,000 business owners, real estate agents, realtors, attorneys, tax preparers, and other professionals.
They found that nearly half of the people surveyed have used a leasing company, and many are using them for their own businesses.
In the survey, nearly half (48 percent) of the Florida population has a lease for an office space.
The remaining 25 percent said they leased a home.
The majority of the leasing companies were located in the Orlando area, with the largest percentage in West Palm Beach, which has a population of about 20,000.
The real estate and leasing survey also found that businesses were more likely to find a tenant who has been there for years.
About 40 percent of businesses said that they had a lease with an existing tenant.
Only 8 percent said that their lease was a new tenant.
The largest percentage of people who said they have a lease were those who leased to a commercial real estate company, which accounted for 23 percent of those surveyed.
Other types of leasing companies included commercial realtiers, small business leasing, and property management.
In addition to the business leasing companies, most people said that there are a number of different types of lease options available.
For example, about half of respondents said they could lease a business for up to 30 days at a time, but another 15 percent said a business could lease for up the first three years.
And 12 percent said their lease could be extended for longer than three years, with more than half saying they had extended their lease for more than four years.
The Association also found a strong correlation between the types of leases offered and the type of business.
For example, people who have a commercial leasing option have the highest chance of finding a lease, but people who are leasing to an office leasing company are more likely than those who are using a commercial lease option to find an office lease, the study found.
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