making or intended to make a profit
- Any property that is not intended solely as a primary living space.
- Has an intent to conduct commerce. Meaning, it is an investment and is intended to make a profit.
Greg is the Commercial Director forAs licensed Associate Broker for over 35 years, he has experience in multiple single-family subdivision developments, property management, custom home building, project management of 100-unit multi-family acquisition and renovation, and had his own consulting company specializing in pre-development entitlement services.
With a degree in Finance and a minor in Real Estate, Greg has the education, experience, and analytical skill-set to provide exceptional representation for buyers, sellers, and investors.
A multi-family property is a residential building with more than one housing unit. Multi-family real estate can accommodate multiple tenants, each having their own rental unit with its own kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom.
Industrial buildings house industrial operations for a variety of tenants, and are mostly located outside of urban areas, especially along major transportation routes. The low-rise buildings can also be grouped into industrial parks.
Retail comprises the properties that house the retailers and restaurants we frequent. They can be multi-tenanted (often with an anchor, or lead tenant, that serves to drive traffic to the property) or single-use, standalone buildings.
Special purpose real estate may be owned by commercial real estate investors, but don’t fall into any of the sectors mentioned above. For instance, amusement parks, churches, bowling alleys, and self-storage are special-purpose facilities.
Office buildings can be multi-tenanted or single-tenanted, and many are build-to-suit.
Commercial Real Estate marketing has changed over the last few years. Traditionally, commercial properties have been marketed in a “reactive” manner within the few commercially designated platforms. Only specialty agents have exposure to many current active listings as they lay behind pay walls. Now, commercial real estate agents are taking lessons from residential agents, are joining teams, and are being “proactive” and utilize an expanded range of marketing platforms. This creates an exposure that reaches a broader and more diversified potential investor pool. In addition, several of the largest commercial transactions have come from referrals of residential agents. For this reason, we market listings not only on the traditional commercial platforms, but also in the same manner as residential marketing as this will greatly expand the exposure of a property and bring potential investors.
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