Commercial Real Estate
Lease a Commercial Property
A commercial real estate lease is a rental agreement that allows a business to rent commercial space from a landlord. Commercial leases come in three main forms: full-service leases, net leases, and modified gross leases. The process of identifying, negotiating, and signing a commercial lease is a long process and it’s important to understand the required steps.
Buy a Commercial Property
Buying commercial properties can be thought of similarly to purchasing traditional real estate, but on a bigger scale. Investors will still need to conduct sufficient research and mind due diligence, but there will be differences in the numbers. Commercial properties often equate to higher purchase prices, longer leases, and increased rental income. To prepare for these differences, investors should ensure they have the right systems in place.
Sell a Commercial Property
Commercial real estate sales can involve large amounts of money. And federal, state and local governments want to collect taxes wherever possible. While off market research can help you unlock new depths of opportunity, traditional network-based, marketing-heavy techniques still very much attract buyers.