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If you need to buy commercial real estate don’t hesitate to schedule a call today. I focus on multifamily properties but our team is more than capable of covering everything in commercial real estate including retail, industrial, land, and more.

Buying commercial real estate can be complex and involves several steps. Here’s a general outline of the upfront steps involved in the process:

Before you start looking for properties, it’s essential to define what you’re looking for. What type of property are you interested in? What is your budget? What is your desired location? What are your goals for the real estate? This is why filling out our intake form below before we meet is critical.

Our consultation isn’t for us to brag about how awesome we are. Instead, it’s to focus on you and your goals, answer any questions, and outline a game plan for your purchase. Our time together will make the process less stressful and save tons of time.

Once we have a clear idea of what you’re looking for, we then start searching for properties that fit your criteria (on and off-market). This can involve working with other brokers, searching online listings, cold-calling, or even driving around neighborhoods of interest for suitable properties.

When we find a potential property, we do are best to analyze it with as much information as we can get to ensure it meets your needs and is a good investment. This can involve reviewing the property’s financials (this is sometimes harder to do without an LOI), assessing the condition of the property, and evaluating its location and market.

If you decide to move forward with a property that we bring to you, the next step is to make an offer. This is typically done in the form of a Letter of Intent (LOI), which outlines the basic terms of the deal.

Once your offer is accepted, you’ll enter the due diligence phase. This involves a thorough investigation of the property and its financials. You’ll want to verify the condition of the property, review all leases and financial statements, and ensure there are no legal issues.

Unless you’re paying cash, you’ll need to secure financing for your purchase. This can involve working with a bank, a private lender, or other financing sources.

Once due diligence is complete and financing is secured, you can move forward with closing. This involves signing all necessary documents, paying any closing costs, and transferring the property title.

After the purchase, you’ll need to manage the property or hire a property management company to do so. This can involve finding and managing tenants, maintaining the property, and handling any issues that arise.

Remember, every transaction is unique and may involve additional or different steps depending on the specific circumstances. It’s always a good idea to work with experienced professionals who can guide you through the process.

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