Not at all. In fact, a commercial lease is a unique and complex transaction made up of many inter-related variables, each of which has an economic value and should be negotiated.  Negotiable terms include, but are not limited to: the initial rental rate, free rent period, rental escalations, lease term, renewal options, tenant improvements, fixturization period, commencement date, warranties, building signage, parking, operating expenses, early termination provisions, holdover provisions, assignment privileges, and personal guarantees.