QuickFacts: Is Using the CPI Increase in Commercial Leases Archaic?
By: Cliff Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN |Bluestone and Hockley
CPI lease clauses have long been a practice of Landlords, and were originally added in the 1980s to keep up with inflation when interest rates skyrocketed to 18.5% . These clauses remained relevant as interest rates were high – but interest rates have plummeted since the 2008 recession, following the Federal Reserve adjustment to jump start the weakened economy.
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