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We are our clients’ guide when it comes to acquiring commercial real estate. We do this by providing a range of services including client consultations, market research, financial analysis, and in-depth negotiations. We leverage our network of industry professionals and resources to help our clients
identify target properties that fit their businesses return on investment. Once the property has been identified, we help our clients reach a ‘go’ or ‘no go’ decision. Then we transparently and effectively handle the negotiations, work with legal teams to review contract documents, help coordinate the due diligence checklist and closing time frame. Ultimately ensuring a successful acquisition.

Financial Considerations

We have a fiduciary responsibility to uphold in our client relationships. Financial feasibility is a must when preparing to acquire real estate. It’s crucial to have capital requirements and project budgets in place at the start of the search process.

Property Evaluation

Statistically the cost of real estate is one of the lowest costs of business expansion, however once a property is identified it’s important to consider the market pricing expectations and property condition needs when preparing to make an offer proposal.

Legal and Due Diligence

No one acquisition is the same. It’s important to have an expert in law review and finalize all legal contracts. As part of the contract terms it’s common to have a due diligence or inspection period to ensure that the property is a sound investment and fits the business model.

Frequently Asked Questions

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When evaluating the location of a commercial property, several key factors come into play. Consider the market demand for the specific type of property in the area. Evaluate accessibility, proximity to target demographics, competition, and the potential for future development or infrastructure improvements. Additionally, analyze local economic indicators, growth trends, and the overall stability of the area’s commercial real estate market.

The due diligence process in purchasing commercial real estate is a comprehensive investigation conducted to evaluate the property’s suitability and identify potential risks. It typically includes property inspections to assess its physical condition, reviewing financial records, analyzing property leases, verifying zoning, and evaluating environmental factors. The purpose is to gain a thorough understanding of the property and any issues that may affect its use or future development. Engaging professional contractors and inspection vendors is essential to ensure an effective due diligence period.

Professional assistance is necessary when purchasing commercial real estate. No one real estate transaction is the same and commercial real estate assets often bring a set of complexities to the transaction. Real estate advisors can provide valuable market insights, help identify suitable properties, and negotiate favorable terms. Once a target property is identified real estate advisors collaborate with all involved parties and play an integral role in upholding a transaction time frame expected.

Attorneys specializing in commercial real estate can ensure legal compliance, review contracts, and eliminate title encumbrances. Property contractors and inspectors help assess the condition of the property, identifying potential environmental risks or necessary physical repairs. Collaborating with these professionals enhances your chances of making informed decisions and mitigating risks throughout the purchasing process.

The transaction process in purchasing commercial real estate involves several essential steps. First, finalize the legal purchase and sale contract, which outlines the terms and conditions of the transaction. Conduct a thorough title search to verify ownership rights and uncover any encumbrances or legal issues. Secure financing by working with
bankers or capital partners to complete the necessary underwriting. Complete a thorough physical and document review of the property. Ensure the owner entity is formed correctly and all parties have the necessary information well in advance of the closing date.