Want to Purchase Commercial Real Estate?
Find Everything You Need to Know
How to Purchase Land
You have the option to purchase raw or rezoned land to develop. Before you are able to develop the land for commercial use, you must find out what the zoning designation(s) will allow you to do with the property, then meet with local government to discuss your project and development plans.
Purchase Checklist for Land
Find a step-by-step guide to choosing the right location, finding available land for sale, and making an offer.
Learn Where To Start
Development Checklist for Land
Use this timeline to ensure you take all the necessary steps to buy land and develop your commercial property.
Don't Miss A Step!
Zoning and Rezoning Information
An overview of the zoning designations, uses, and issues you may face when developing commercial property on land.
Review What To Expect
How to Purchase Buildings
You have the option to purchase existing buildings to develop or to house your business. Look for property in a convenient location, but pay attention to local zoning regulations to determine what improvements you could make to the building itself.
Management Checklist for Buildings
Whether you are a first-time or seasoned investor, this checklist covers the essentials of managing commercial real estate.
Learn What To Look For
Development Checklist for Buildings
This is the most common space type on the market. See how you can make Class B profitable for your company.
Get The Best Contacts
Watch out for Red Flags
You think you have found the perfect property. But these seemingly minor property issues can cause major problems down the road.
Review What To Avoid
Class A Buildings
Office buildings are categorized based on their age, location, amenities, and other features. Learn what features qualify buildings as Class A.
Class A Details
Class B Buildings
Want to redevelop your commercial building? Find a list of people you need to contact before you can start construction.
Class B Details
Class C Buildings
This commercial building type is the lowest quality, but it has significant investment potential. Find details about Class C buildings on this helpful guide.
Class C Details