Our area is host a diverse range of commercial properties for businesses of all sizes and industries. From retail spaces to office buildings and warehouses, there are plenty of options available to meet your business needs. Whether you’re looking for a prime location in a bustling downtown area or a more affordable option in a suburban or rural setting, Mobile and Baldwin’s counties have something to offer. Contact Level PMG to learn more about the commercial properties available in the area and find that perfect space for your business to thrive.
To submit a lease application for a commercial property, please visit our online portal by clicking here. Ensure that you meet the minimum age requirement specified for the application process.
To schedule a viewing for a commercial property, please contact us directly using the phone number provided in the listing or click here to reach out to us through the contact page. Once we receive your request, we will promptly arrange a convenient time for you to visit the property and explore its potential for your business.
While it is possible to apply for a commercial property without prior viewing, we strongly recommend visiting the property before submitting an application. Visual representations, such as photos, provide an approximate idea but experiencing the space in person allows you to assess its suitability for your specific business needs.
Yes, signing a lease is a requirement for renting a commercial property from us. Our leases typically have a duration of 12 months, clearly outlining the responsibilities and obligations of both parties throughout the tenancy period. You can sign the lease either online or by scheduling an appointment with our team.
The security deposit for commercial properties is equivalent to one month’s rent. To secure the property, the full deposit amount must be paid before your move-in date.
Rent for commercial properties is due on the first day of every month. We provide multiple payment options to make the process convenient for you:
If you are unable to view the commercial property personally, you can arrange for a trusted friend or family member to visit the property and assess its suitability for your business. However, please note that it is important for someone to view the property before submitting an application. In the absence of a viewing, we reserve the right to deny your application while retaining the application fee.
Rent increases for commercial properties typically occur after the expiration of the lease term. However, please note that not all leases experience rent increases. Our analysis takes into account the property owner’s requests and relevant market conditions to determine any changes in rent.
We are unable to waive any late rent fees for commercial properties. Our policy regarding late charges complies with Fair Housing Laws, ensuring fair treatment for all tenants.
If you are unable to pay the rent on time for your commercial property, it is crucial to immediately contact your assigned property manager. Failing to communicate with them promptly may result in further complications, including potential eviction proceedings.
Emergency situations for commercial properties are those that pose a threat to human lives or cause significant property damage. Examples include a burst pipe flooding the premises or a malfunctioning heater during cold seasons. In such cases, immediate action is required to address.