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Commercial Property Closings Archives

Buying or selling a property is a big commitment

Real estate is a big part of Florida's economy, and individuals and businesses alike are often looking for the right place to make a base. Between new shops needing a storefront to second homes near the shore, someone is always buying property to make a dream come true.

What is the commercial property closing process like in Florida?

Much like a residential purchase and closing process, commercial ones start with an escrow deposit being made. Because commercial buildings are often more expensive than residential ones, escrow often doesn't come from a single source. Savvy commercial buyers often have their attorneys draft complex documents that spell out the conditions that both parties must meet in order to move forward with the sale.

Tips for commercial real estate investments

If you're wondering if investing in commercial real estate property is a good idea, make sure you do your homework. Some people would not dream of going into this market and if you don't have a heap of ambition, it may not be for you either.

Do you need an attorney at your closing?

Florida law does not require an attorney be present at a real estate closing, but there are definitely good reasons to have one. If you are purchasing commercial real estate property, it is doubtful you will want to "not" have a real estate attorney.

Real estate contracts and closing require careful consideration

Making the decision to buy a property is a big step. Real estate isn't cheap, so you have to make sure that you are doing your due diligence before you sign anything. There are many things that you need to think about when you are buying any type of real property.

Selling your investment property is only half the battle

When it comes to investment properties, there will likely come a time in which you'll want to call it quits with some of them. You may decide to do so for a number of reasons. Repairs or maintenance fees may become too costly than you feel comfortable with or the area that the property is in may be on the decline and you want to get out before it's too late.

Florida commercial real estate closings

Real estate closings can be complex and often confusing. That is why it is best to have a real estate attorney assist with the closing process, especially if you are buying or selling commercial property. Real estate attorneys deal with these types of transactions on a daily basis.

Real estate buyers should inspect prospective properties

Melbourne, Florida, is one of the busiest real estate markets in the country. Millions of dollars of transactions are done every year, with real estate closings being a major source of revenue. Of course, it is important for prospective buyers, and their brokers, to do due diligence. By doing their homework about the property they plan to buy, they can make sure that they will be getting what they will be paying for.

Who pays what in a commercial property transaction in Florida?

Buying a commercial property to start, maintain or expand a business in Florida is a process that resembles buying a private home or other residence in many ways. There are several important differences, however, of which any buyer should be aware before closing on the building or site.

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