Fair is a pretty relative term in the commercial real estate universe.
It depends entirely on which side of the transaction you are as to what your perception of fair may be.
In regard to commercial leasing, does fair apply to the landlord or tenant?
This question that was asked of me yesterday triggered the notion that there was a need to write about it.
Each of these three valuation processes have different end goals. It’s important to understand which value can be relied upon to represent fair market value.
a real estate broker or accredited appraiser is gathering information to
determine a value, neither the insurance nor assessed tax values are taken into
what everyone wants to hear. If you’re hoping for a high value, you’re more
likely to quote the number stated on your insurance policy. Let me explain.
Commercial real estate investing is all about how hungry you are for specific product types.
This desire will, in many ways, be fuelled by your aversion to
How much risk do you think you can chew?
There is definitely a trend in the commercial real estate
industry to open office concepts.
There are a number of reasons why it works for some office users,
but it may not make sense for everyone.
Christmas is a time to reflect and appreciate all the good
things that happened over the past year.
Commercial real estate agents are no different.
And as such, I submit to you the greatest gifts tenants,
landlords, buyers and sellers gave me in 2019.
With commercial mortgage rates at historic lows and good availability of funds, we don’t find occasion where these alternative finance options are often used.
There are however times when an alternative strategy is required for the buyer to fund the deal.
It was represented to you that you have an option to renew.
There is a specific clause in your lease that spells out
details of that option to renew.
However, can that clause effectively achieve what you intend
Technically, I suppose they’re both!
Though apartments buildings may exist in traditional
residential zoning, they absolutely qualify as a commercial investment
A focus on deal timelines are a necessary evil in our
commercial real estate world.
They are the thread that binds conditional lease and sale
But what happens when issues arise beyond your control that
negate those agreed upon timelines?
We were recently called in to value and market a single
tenant property with an existing lease in place. The tenant had been granted an
option to renew during their last renewal negotiation.
I informed the owner that we would have been able to achieve
a higher price if we were able to go to the market as a vacant property.