For commercial property owners, make sure that your lease agreement is readable and understandable. You want your tenant to feel comfortable with you and the beginning of them feeling this way toward you is to be straight forward with them. Answer any questions that they may have for you, regarding the lease or anything else.
Even though your broker has all of the connections and the know-how, make sure that you find one that is still going to allow you to be in control. In the end, you are the one that is going to be dealing with the property, so you should have the most control over the situation.
Never allow a real estate agent or other professional to pressure you into doing something you aren’t comfortable with. If they continue to insist on something, ask them to present a case to you for why this is necessary. If after this, you still aren’t certain, feel free to find another professional to work with.
Having a business plan with a clear direction is very important in commercial real estate. People will take you more seriously if you have a clear plan in mind. Make sure to include figures, facts and estimates. You want the people who are thinking of investing with you to take you seriously.
If you are thinking of selling off a large parcel of commercial real estate you might want to think about breaking it up into smaller pieces. Often smaller plots sell at higher prices per square foot. Also, offering smaller, more manageable pieces of real estate may expand the pool of potential buyers for your property.