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When looking at commercial real estate in Niagara and Hamilton, you'll eventually encounter the question of usable or rentable square feet. If you're making a commercial investment, you know the value of income producing properties in the commercial real estate market and will be looking to expand your real estate portfolio. If you are not investing, you may be examining the commercial office market and looking to move your business to a larger office. Whether you're an investor or a renter, it is crucial to understand the difference between usable and rentable square feet. While the difference between the two may seem obvious, it will have an effect on the price you ultimately pay or receive from your tenants.