I bring over 30 years of real estate experience, a deep understanding of commercial properties, and a finger on the pulse of Northwest Indiana's economy to your appraisal and/or commercial property search.
Listing property and putting a sign out front will always be part of commercial real estate (CRE), but CRE is so much more. There are sales, leasing, consulting and development. Keeping abreast of market activity, preparing research reports, meeting with government officials and economic development experts, and tracking down property owners takes a full time commitment to provide the services required of a professional commercial real estate agent.
This list is not inclusive but gives an idea of the many different types of properties included in a definition of CRE:
- Vacant Land
- Hospitality and Leisure
- Mobile Home Parks
These different property types may be for an owner/user. A lease/user or for an investor. Possible buyers for vacant land may have an immediate need or could plan to hold for future use or as an investment.
The many variable and possible outcomes of a commercial real estate transaction require a complete and honest discussion of the hoped-for goals to establish the best solution for any particular transaction. That starts with a call/text or an email and this bit of important advice.