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Surveyors may provide key information on commercial properties

Buying a commercial property in Pennsylvania may be a complicated process, especially for investors who are planning on undertaking renovations or new construction. There are several aspects potential buyers may want to consider before finalizing a transaction, and a surveyor could provide essential information.

How limited partnerships work in real estate

Big commercial rebuilding projects can be complex matters and will likely require large transactions of money to fund the building materials, tools and vehicles needed for the job. But to get to this point, building owners and investors may need to pool a sizable amount of financing to make the project go forward. This is why Pennsylvania entrepreneurs sometimes form limited partnerships to finance a new construction project.

Turning real estate into wealth

Some people in Pennsylvania may argue that real estate is already wealth. This is not necessarily true. Wealth requires proper debt management to increase net worth. The property itself will also need to be properly managed or an investor may find themselves paying a monthly mortgage with no return on that investment.

Determining the risk of your commercial property

Some entrepreneurs may look at a successful apartment complex operating in a Philadelphia neighborhood and think that operating a similar piece of property will turn out just as well. However, a comparison of similar commercial real estate properties may not be as informative as you believe. If you plan to purchase a piece of commercial real estate, you will have to dig deeper into the property to figure out whether you are making a wise investment.

Appraisals of commercial real estate

Whether you are interested in purchasing a business property in Pennsylvania or you want to sell your building, an appraisal will be conducted. A commercial appraisal is more complicated than a residential one, so it is important to understand some of the terms and considerations.

Things to consider before signing a commercial lease

As a business owner in Pennsylvania, you have a lot to think about. If finding a new space is on the horizon, it is important you understand what you are signing when going over the lease. It is legally binding, and fighting one of its provisions after the fact usually does not result in a positive outcome for you. It is important to work with an attorney and go over every aspect of the commercial lease and negotiate before you make it official.

What is a triple net lease?

As a business owner in Pennsylvania, there are many areas you need to be knowledgeable about and responsible for. While focusing on your business should be a priority, it is important you understand what you are signing when you lease office space. The contracts can be confusing and if you do not comprehend what it says you may be surprised when hit with additional bills you were not expecting. A triple net lease is one of the basic structures you will see in a commercial lease. 

Finding success in a new trend for commercial real estate


Most people are familiar with traditional hotels and high-rise luxury apartment complexes dominating the landscape, particularly in urban areas. But these types of large commercial properties can saturate a market when the supply outweighs the demand for this type of commercial lease. These commercial properties often cannot adapt fast enough to the changing markets. Now, though, there is a lesser-known commercial property finding much success in these markets.

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