Some people get along with their neighbors. Unfortunately, there are others who find it difficult to coexist.
Buying a condo is similar in many ways to a single family home. It is also different in a number of ways, including the inspection process.
Are you in the market for commercial real estate? Are you interested in making a purchase, but are unsure if the building or land is worth what the seller is asking?
The customer drives the market--that's true in all types of retail, and it's also true for commercial real estate. Experienced chief executive officers and other commercial real estate gurus are pointing to business consumer trends to help predict the future of real estate transactions. For many, the future seems rife with distribution centers, open-office concepts and multi-story warehouses.
There are so many details of a commercial lease agreement that it can be difficult to stay on track. From the size of the building to the size of the business, it is important for all parties involved to understand what is going on at all times.
As a commercial tenant, there may come a time when you need to terminate a lease. You did not sign the lease with the idea that this would happen, but you never know what the future will bring.
When starting a business, there will come a point when you need to find office or retail space. This should be expected. What is not expected are the many challenges that come up along the way.
There are many types of real estate investments. While some people focus their time and money on residential properties, others have come to realize that commercial real estate is the only way to go.
Everybody associated with a real estate transaction hopes the deal moves forward in a friendly and efficient manner. This ensures that everybody feels good about things when the process comes to an end.
Commercial real estate remains hot in and around the New York City area. There are people buying their first property, as well as those who are interested in expanding their portfolio.