WHY USE A COMMERCIAL REALTOR® WHEN PURCHASING COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE?

 

Commercial Real Estate

Looking to invest in Commercial Real Estate and wondering you can go at it alone or need the help of a professional? A Commercial REALTOR® is a business partner with the training, market knowledge and experience that you want on your team. Whether you are buying, selling, leasing, sourcing tenants or investing in Commercial Real Estate.

Commercial REALTORS® are authorities on commercial real estate.      They are there to help from the start of the sale, and to the end. Helping with syndication and investment, to financing, consulting and providing information on environmental studies and tenant inducements.

Remember, REALTORS® are in the real estate business to advise, recommend, caution, and counsel their clients with a level of expertise that brings value to the transaction. So it’s important to find the right one for you.  Consider some of these advantages of using a Commercial REALTOR®

  • They know the local market.
  • They know what’s available that suits your specifications.
  • They can provide the analysis to show whether you should lease or buy.
  • They can maintain your investment with professional Property Manager services.
  • They can assemble a team of specialists knowledgeable in space planning, zoning, local government or zoning issues, architectural design, tax assessment, appraisals, financing, market trends and closing procedures.
  • They can market your property through a variety of resources specialty targeted to investors and buyers of commercial properties like yours

Are you are looking to purchase, lease or sell a commercial property?

If yes, then choosing the right commercial real estate professional can be the difference between success and failure.

According to Ken Droog,  Owner-Droog & Associates Vancouver Island Real Estate Pros, the key to your success is in the real estate transaction.  Commercial Real Estate can be a great investment, having the right Realtor behind you is your first step to success!

 

 

For Sale in Comox, Comox

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•  “Business” FOR SALE  4500000 CAD .
MLS® 418398

Extraordinary location and future development opportunity in the Comox Valley. A portion of the property is currently used as Longlands golf course which will complement any comprehensive re-development. Currently Split zoning is RR1 – Rural Recreational and CR1 – Country Residential. The opportunity for a multi-family, patio or single family development will serve to be the best use for the subject property. Previous due diligence is already invested into the comprehensive development plans. Completed studies include geotechnical, environmental and storm water. This property is located in a high growth area between Comox and Courtenay. Any redevelopment of the land would require the buyer to conduct their own Due diligence. In the meantime enjoy an operating Golf Course currently leased out

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3 Tips for Finding Your Ideal New Home- The Perfect Fit

Moving to a new city is exciting – new  sights, new sounds, maybe even a new job. Let’s not forget, however, one of the largest tasks when it comes to relocating: finding a new home. House searching can seem daunting, but not if you’re equipped with the right mindset and tools. To get you on track, we’re sharing a few home-buying tips:

Know what you want. When you’re in the market for a new home, it’s easy to get swept away with Pinterest boards full of “must-haves” and dream décor but it’s important to be realistic with yourself. Your new home should be conducive to your personality and daily lifestyle; if you’re an avid at-home cook, prioritize a large kitchen. Being able to articulate what you want and need will help your REALTOR find exactly what you’re looking for.

Do your research. Oh, the beauty of the Internet! Before you begin booking appointments to check out new living spaces, be sure to do a quick search of the area. This will allow you to pinpoint a few neighborhoods that intrigue you. Is it the beautiful beaches and boardwalk in Parksville, the beautiful community of Nanoose Bay, or possibly the quaint easy life style of Qualicum Beach that you like? Want to be close to schools, in more family neighborhoods, or near walking trails with properties with bigger acreages? – and don’t forget to keep your price point in mind when searching!

Project the future. Avoid narrowing your focus on solely the here and now; a home is a great investment, and you want to treat it as such. Thinking about where you may be in five to ten years will help you pick a home that can grow with you, both in your career and your family.

Have other home-buying tips that you’ve found to be helpful? Share with us in the comments below!