Elizabeth L Perez

Broker Associate, Luxury & Commercial

FINDING A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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APARTMENT BUILDINGS

As residential income properties, apartments are designed to be leased or sold to multiple tenants for habitation. These commercial sites range from a small condominium to a large apartment complex and should meet your specific needs, goals, and resources. Properties are typically non-owner occupied and may often be utilized as a source of a series of cash flows, tax benefits, appreciation, and capital accumulation. Consult with your tax/financial advisor about specific tax and financial advice.

 

RETAIL CENTERS

Retail property generally ranges from individual shops to large neighborhood retail centers. Retail centers drive traffic and offer several cross-sell opportunities by including various non-competing businesses, sometimes complemented by an anchor store.  Properties are typically non-owner occupied and may be utilized for income,tax relief, and appreciation. Consult with your tax/financial advisor about specific tax and financial advice.

 

OFFICE BUILDINGS

Many investors prefer commercial investment property such as small office buildings to residential properties. From real rates, cap rates to triple net leases, a local expert with local knowledge and expertise on your side to assist you in finding office space for sale and purchasing office space will ensure you find the right location, get the best deal possible and guarantee you avoid costly mistakes.

 

INDUSTRIAL / WAREHOUSES

Industrial Properties include manufacturing, warehousing and distribution centers.  These range from manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and distribution centers to high-tech office sites.  Industrial properties can be complex with regard to the physical characteristics of the buildings and the operational requirements of the intended business. I can facilitate the search, and help you as you conduct the analysis and negotiation of the property.

 

HOTELS / MOTELS

Hotels and motels can be great investments. The travel industry is not going away, and for this reason, there will always be a need for hotels and motels. While the investment in this industry is generally sound, not all hotels and motels are worth investing in. Here are some tips to consider when contemplating the purchase of a hotel or motel.  The decision to buy a motel is often about more than earning profitable returns.

 

LAND / LOTS

Land is undeveloped, raw property, or property that is ready for construction. Buying commercial land can present numerous options-whether you are considering commercial real estate to buy, lease, or invest. The property can be totally undeveloped or ready for construction. Developers are the first step in converting raw land into an income-producing property. With my help, you should check into local zoning, city's or town's master plan, as well as local attitudes about growth and development. These factors are worth considering for every decision if land is to be utilized for income, tax relief, and appreciation.