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Posted on October 5, 2018

For nonprofits, as for all businesses, the location where you operate plays an important role in how your organization will function and whether it will thrive. When selecting a space and deciding whether to own or lease (and under what terms), it is all too easy to dive into a deal before fully considering your needs and possible risks. In this seminar, our speakers will cover a broad range of considerations that all nonprofits should keep in mind as they make real estate decisions, including:

* Aligning your real estate decisions to support your mission
* Business and legal considerations of renting versus owning
* The legal purchasing process
* Risks of ownership unique to 501(c)(3)s
* Key terms to watch out for in commercial leases

Presenter: Mack Heller of Eversheds Sutherland and James Pitt of Kellogg Partners

Click here to view the webcast.