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Everything You Need to Know About Renting an Executive Suite

April 20, 2016 | Jennifer Goodwyn

The choice to rent an executive suite could take your business to the next level but, for some, the process may seem daunting. The benefits to having an executive suite including having your own office space, 24/7 access to premium office technology, and a dedicated receptionist who will answer the phone in your company's name. There are so many options and choices involved with renting an executive suite that, if you're a freelancer or a solopreneur, you may have to dive in by yourself. To help take some off the pressure off of your shoulders we've put together a quick guide to renting an executive suite.

So, you're interested in expanding beyond a coworking space or your home office? Well, an executive suite may be the right option for you. What are you looking for? If you want to put the best foot forward and have a dedicated office space, an executive suite may be the best bet for you -- but where do you start?


At the end of the day, the right executive suite for you is an executive suite you can afford. One of the benefits of a Servcorp executive suite is its affordability, so take advantage of that. Weigh location, amenities, commute, and anything else important to you against the cost and evaluate whether or not it's something you can afford. A more basic executive suite on the fringes of a large city may be the better option than a top-of-the-line executive suite in a premium location.


Location is everything. From being in the right market to having a great place to conduct in-person meetings, having an accessible and convenient location puts you ahead of the game. Plus, when your commute is manageable, you'll be thanking yourself. You can change practically anything about an executive suite except for its location so make sure you approve of the location before signing the lease.


Once you've figured out your price range and ideal location, you can start comparing your options by amenities. If you're planning on having clients constantly coming in and out, then having a large enough space is important. If your business is entirely online, or you need constant, fast internet access, then you should make sure the provider guarantees high-speed internet. Do you want a full time receptionist? Access to a business address? State-of-the-art technology? These are factors you should consider before making your final decision.

Be Ready to Sign a Lease

Signing a lease for an executive suite is like signing a lease for a car or apartment. Basically, don't show up unprepared. Make sure you have multiple forms of identification, a credit check, a down payment, and anything else you may need. Coming prepared expedites the entire process, and will get you into the office more quickly.

A great option for executive suites is Servcorp. They have beautiful suites all over the world and their suites come with a dedicated receptionist and top of the line amenities that will help keep you comfortable and productive.