Landlord Business Plan


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Maple Content has considerable experience when it comes to the delivery and creation of a ‘landlord deck’ – a term given to the business plan required by a landlord. Lease negotiations can often be influenced by the strength of a landlord business plan.

The writing team has considerable experience when it comes to the creation and implementation of a landlord business plan.

Landlord Business Plan Service

Landlord Business Plan Service

Any business which wants to secure a commercial lease will need to submit a landlord business plan.

This document outlines the argument the business makes for securing a lease with the desired landlord. It offers a complete, detailed overview of the company and most often presents itself as a slideshow.

The commercial real estate lease is something that, by nature, demands the successful trade of information.

Landlord Business Plans

Why Choose a Rental Property Business Plan?

The landlord business plan is made to evidence a business can pay rent and if the activities undertaken by the said business will impact the other tenants in a building. A rental business plan also showcases if a leaseholder is likely to remain for the full length of a lease.

Landlord Business Plans

As a leading expert within the industry, Maple Content can provide a comprehensive landlord business plan. The writing team has considerable experience with business plans of this nature and can create the ideal document.

The writers will create a document that can help to identify and anticipate all of the questions a landlord will have. This helps to maximise the chance of a business securing a lease.

The landlord business plan is a basic part of a typical lease negotiation process. If a business doesn’t have it, it is commonplace for a lease negotiation to not take place at all.

Thanks to considerable experience, the writing team will be able to handle any of the questions, queries, needs or requirements that a business may have to guarantee success.


  • A fully trained, multilingual team.
  • A flat rate price system.
  • A customized business plan.
  • A proper graphic design expert.


  • A business description.
  • An industry analysis.
  • A market analysis.
  • A plan for marketing.
  • Comprehensive management profiles.
  • Plans for the use of funding and floor plans.
  • Financial projections for five years.

Components of a Comprehensive Landlord Business Plan

  • Business and marketing plan. Our experts will craft a business plan that is unique to you, and truly reflects the character, goals, and ideas of your company.

  • Professional consultations. To best represent your business, we understand the importance of getting to know you, what makes you tick, as well as your priorities and vision for your start-up.

  • An expert appraisal and summary. Every Landlord Business Plan needs a summary which will catch the attention of an investor.

  • Sales and marketing plan. For every business plan, having a strong sales and marketing plan is vital. This helps investors assess the potential for your company to succeed, and how it will do so. This plan will document how you will be best able to market your product or service, taking into consideration your budget and audience.

  • Research and analysis of the market. To ensure that your Landlord Business Plan is as strong as it can be, we back up our writing with detailed market research, so that our experts can give accurate guidance and content.

  • Strategy planning for Exit and Risks to your business. Here we will document your options should you wish to sell your company one day to make a considerable profit, or should liquidation be necessary.

  • SWOT Assessment. ‘SWOT’ stands for ‘Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats’, and is a great tool with which to analyse your business plan. This type of assessment helps to provide a better and more thorough understanding not just of your company, but how it fits into the market.

  • PEST assessment. ‘PEST’ stands for ‘Political, Economic, Social, and Technological’. It is vital to consider external factors when planning a start-up and to understand how events in the future could impact your business.

  • In-depth analysis such as Working Capital and Breakeven. This is to calculate your working capital – an important part of attracting investors.

  • Financial Projections over 3-years. Visualising the plan for your start-up over the next 3 years is not only great for you and your company but is also a valuable tool for potential investors.


What is a Landlord business plan?

The landlord business plan is something that is designed to try and explain how a business will work when it has the lease for a building. It also provides vital information on how the company will meet all the legislative requirements which take place regarding both commercial and residential leasing.

Why do I need a Landlord Business Plan?

Without a proper landlord business plan, the majority of landlords won’t even participate in basic lease negotiations. It forms a vital part of the process and is recommended for anyone looking to seek out a new lease.


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Delivery Time

Fast Track 3-5 Working Days, Standard 5-7 Working Days