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Leasing

Lease Audit is a very unique task in the commercial world, it involves different kind of proficiency: auditing, legal and real estate leasing.  As lease auditors, we need to have in-depth knowledge in accounting principles; realty tax assessment, real estate laws, commercial laws, leasing practice, and more.  Lease auditors are also expected to have excellent lease interpretation skills; analytical skills; research skills; communication skills and negotiation skills.

n the past, when lease audit was a new term, lease auditors were traditionally lawyers, accountants and leasing managers who wanted to develop their career path on lease audit.  Nowadays, lease audit is a very distinctive profession and its expertise is so special that it goes beyond the scope of each of those professions.  We have to combine the knowledge of legal, leasing and auditing together in order to become a competent lease auditor.