Many contracts in the past were closed for long periods and have insufficient provision for unforeseen circumstances. There are many reasons why you may need to enter into a dialogue with your landlord to ensure that your rental agreement supports your changing situation. In many cases this leads to a commercial negotiation and you need to take good account of changes in legislation and taxation. If as tenant it is not core business for you, you probably have a strong landlord as an adversary for whom this is indeed core business. With the ad-hoc support of REDEPT you can bring the knowledge in-house whereby you can enter into a balanced negotiation.
But renegotiation can of course be used for financial advantage or to improve the quality of your accommodation. In declining markets there are various possibilities to take advantage. REDEPT can advise you in order to achieve the optimum result. You do not have to wait for the end of the rental agreement. There are various possibilities to realise improved terms long before your contract expires.