You may be thinking of cutting your expenses by cutting out agents, brokers, and other professionals. Before you decide, make sure you are aware that there are a lot of steps involved with commercial real estate transactions and countless tiny details. Going it alone increases the odds of missing one or making costly mistakes.
It’s helpful to understand key differences between real estate brokers and agents. Then you will have an easier time deciding which one you may need.
Unless you plan to invest in real estate property that needs no repairs or upgrades, you may also want to do some homework on how to build your professional real estate team.
The answer to this question is a highly cautious “maybe” because running a business out of your home comes with some requirements you may not have considered yet. Without doing things by the book, it can even be illegal. Here’s what you should know:
If you decide investing in a separate space for your business is a good idea, there will come a time when you’re ready to start looking for potential properties. Here are a few key points that could be helpful:
Investing in commercial real estate can be a practical way to accommodate your rapidly expanding business. It can even provide an additional revenue stream, depending on what sort of property you choose.
Written by Derek Goodman, inbizability.com
Edited by Amiee Mueller
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