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February 2016 Archives

Steps to take when choosing commercial real estate -- Part II

In Part I of this two-part series, we took a look at several important steps a buyer in Florida will likely want to take when choosing commercial real estate. The first steps included being prepared to examine any potential sites upon an initial visit, looking over the site for any access or convenience concerns, as well as potential defects or security issues. Here, in Part II, we will look at the next steps.

10 steps when choosing commercial real estate -- Part I

Buyers in South Florida who are in the market for commercial property can range from small startup businesses to huge international conglomerates. They can be in the market for retail space, office buildings, warehouses or industrial property. In many cases, buyers of commercial real estate will probably want to make sure that they take certain steps to ensure that they find the right piece of property and get the best deal. Here, in Part I of a two-part series, we will begin to look at the 10 steps buyers will want to keep in mind when choosing and purchasing commercial real estate.

What are the first steps for prospective buyers in Florida?

Although our South Florida readers don't have to worry too much about the difference between winter and summer like the rest of the country, they will still likely notice that spring and summer bring about the real "house hunting" season, much as it does everywhere else. By spring, prospective buyers have settled into the new year, filed their taxes and are beginning to look for the right piece of real estate.

Can a home inspection make a real estate sale fall through?

South Florida residents who are familiar with previous posts here know that there are quite a few details to take care of throughout the course of a real estate transaction. There is no shortage of information that is available to help those who are involved in a real estate sale -- either as a prospective buyer or seller -- so it is important to take care of each detail on a step-by-step basis. However, there is one step in the process that can be overlooked as minor or "routine" -- the home inspection.