How Can I Write A Proposal Letter To Lease A Shop?

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Before writing your letter of intent, it might also help to you ask the administration if they have a template that you can just follow to the letter. If not, check with them for exact details of what is required. Although it does usually resemble a contract, a letter of intent to lease is most of the time non-binding. It stands as a gentleman's request to initiate a formal transaction. For renting or leasing a space inside a mall or other commercial space, a letter of intent would contain the following information: A statement stating your intent to lease a space inside the mall; a description of your business including its basic concept, the business model it follows and a brief background and history; a list of your products and services which should include pricing, merchandise packaging design and a description of your target market; your space, utilities and manpower requirements including the types of equipment you'll be using and the number of employees you'll have; if there's any, it would also be good to show pictures of your other branches or stores. Your contact details and the best schedule for you to have a meeting should also be noted. A sample proposal can be seen here: www.docstoc.com/docs/1106720/Sample-Proposal-Letter For the best prices and locations, shop around and ask many people for advice. Ask any friends on long-term strategies for such shops. When budgeting, take into account running costs including supplies and floor space. In the last 20 years, as consumers have flooded stores worldwide, the price in prime spots has soared.
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I would like to write a proposal letter to lease a shop for computer concept store. I need a sample of the proposal.
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Dear Sir / MadamRE: Bid ProposalOn behalf of Secure Services Industry, allow me to thank you for inviting us to propose our bid on the service contract which Garland Equipments is generating.Enclosed with this letter is Secure Services Industry’s bid proposal on your service contract. After a detailed study of Garland Equipments’ needs and history pattern, Secure Services Industry is confident in understanding the important requirements of Garland Equipment. We, at Secure Services Industry, are confident in servicing Garland Equipments according to the terms in your contract tender.Please feel free to revert to us for any clarification on our bid proposal in the attachment. We are confident of offering you more than any of our competition with the proposed terms and conditions.We look forward to your confirmed acceptance of our bid proposal.Yours SincerelyGraham Watson
Sales ManagerSecure Services Industry
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1. We think the Rental Market value for these premises for this are what you asking is little high, bearing this in our mind we would like to put forward an offer of £ 55,000.00 PA.   
2. We would like you to consider a rent free period to renovate the premises.

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