Investing in a small business is an exciting experience, however it?s also a daunting thing to undertake. But possibly the biggest headache of them all is choosing the perfect commercial real estate, so how do you know what?s right for you?
What type of commercial property should a small business look for?
Working out the sort of commercial real estate that is right for your small businesses depends on several key factors:
1) The kind of small business you intend to open up. As an example, if you intend to start up a caf?, try to make sure it has important facilities like a working kitchen and restrooms. Definitely stick to common sense when you?re inspecting a potential commercial real estate.
2) Budget. Deciding to own a small business is already a huge investment, so [the last thing you want to|what you don?t want to do is| choose commercial real … Read More
You originally accepted the challenge of a real estate agent for many reasons. It may have been due to your love for meeting new people, or finding just the right house for the specific needs of a family. Then you discovered all the planning and paperwork involved in the process. There is marketing, contact management, client acquisition, client retention, design, along with many other administrative and development issues.
In a perfect world you could hire someone who would only come to work when you really needed them and they?d always know just what to do. They would never call in sick, take up space in your office, or bother you with insurance concerns.
Welcome to a Perfect World!
The idea of a virtual assistant may sound unique and perhaps even a bit futuristic, but a Real Estate Virtual Assistant can provide the perfect opportunity for you to do what you … Read More
It was a real estate boom like no other. Interest rates were dropping incredibly, homes were garnishing appreciation by the week, the stock market wasn?t moving and first time home buyers were getting their piece of the American dream. Mortgage brokers, Real Estate Agents and New Home builders were raking in the cash. It seemed like it would never end. Month after month, year after year the sales of new and existing homes climbed. Investors threw their money into the housing market and then as fast as it came it went thud.
The thud started around November of 2006. It started incrementally with a slower than expected August, a quiet November and the news articles started to reflect which was inevitably going to commence. In January of 2007 the Real Estate Taxes were due and crash it went. What seems to be happening now is a rush to unload. From … Read More