Whilst every commercial or retail property is different in design and usage, a process of moving a tenant into a property should be standardized. This is for the simple reason that the tenant occupation is the beginning of the lease administration process. The leasing or property manager for the property thereby sets the foundation for […]
When a tenant commences occupation in a commercial building it is essential to set some solid rules and channels of communication early in the occupation cycle. In this way you will have a harmonious relationship into the future that can benefit the investment property. As landlord works near readiness for occupation, it is wise to […]
Getting to the tenants needs in this market is essential to closing the lease deal faster and with better relevance to rent, property, space, and lease term.
Selling commercial real estate has its challenges at the moment. As the commercial real estate investment market adjusts to the economic pressures, it becomes increasingly important how you tap into buyers of the property.
In commercial real estate and investment property your leads for new business come from a number of sources. The more leads that you can generate and optimise, the more successful you will be in getting the best listings. In this market, the quality of the listings is so important given that the buyers and the […]
As the opportunity for listing commercial investment property arises, we can sometimes be too eager to take the listing without getting all the important facts that effect price. Check the leases on a commercial investment property before you talk about price on the property as the leases may assist or hinder the sale. They can […]
As you promote, sell and then document the property transaction you will soon come across the fact and event of ‘due diligence’. This element of the commercial real estate sale is very common and will be the subject of most contracts with the exception of the auction method. As you would expect the process of due diligence can make or break a sale. For this reason it is wise to question a seller well in the listing stage of the sale to ensure that no ‘deal breakers’ or problems are hidden in the cupboard. Due diligence will likely find most problems on and with the property.