Blog by LeaseCalcs

When Lease Accounting Meets Your Next Real Estate Deal

By Marc Maiona | May 9, 2019

What Finance and Corporate Real Estate must know to improve outcomes and reduce risk. Join our nationally recognized experts in lease accounting and commercial real estate transactions for this exclusive event in Houston. Learn what finance teams need to know about real estate lease negotiations, and what real estate teams need to know about accounting, in order to avoid unpleasant surprises with the new accounting rules. How the new rules are changing real estate transactions and strategy. How can renewal or termination options help or hurt your firm’s financial performance. Why simple changes in your lease negotiations can dramatically improve

SOC 1, Type 2 Certification!

By Kelly Herrera | January 14, 2019

Exciting news from LeaseCalcs: SOC 1, Type 2 Certification Irvine, CA – LeaseCalcs, Inc. is an enterprise-class Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) patented lease analysis, accounting – including the FASB & IASB’s new lease accounting standards – administration, market insights and business intelligence application for commercial real estate, finance, accounting professionals and C-Suite executives. With a focus on commercial real estate and equipment leases LeaseCalcs is the only application that can take you from contemplation of a lease “deal” to the expiration keeping track of all the revisions, amendments, reassessments, journal entries and keeping the accounting accurate for both current standards and new

Bring On 2019!

By Marc Maiona | January 13, 2019

If you build it, they will come. But if you build it well, they will stay. As 2019 begins, a quick reflection on 2018, with thanks to our clients, partners and supporters who helped us achieve great things in 2018. Some highlights: 100% renewal rate for Lease Accounting & Admin clients Higher year-over-year revenue per subscriber A 3X increase in annual revenues (well, a hair shy of 3X, but who’s counting.) Over 90% of new subscribers – like those in the graphic – were referred to LeaseCalcs by another client or one of the big global accounting firms. LeaseCalcs began