Showing posts from July, 2019

Simple Simon Says.. Keep It Simple

In today’s commercial real estate world, we tend to complicate things more than necessary. Really, it’s pretty simple.  Property owners are looking to sell, and buyers are looking to buy. In the same way, a landlord wants to lease their vacant spaces; at the same time, a business owner is looking for a place to rent. Many times, as brokers, we tend to muddy the waters and become part of the problem rather than part of the solution. As a commercial real estate broker, we have three jobs.  First ,  to find out what real estate problems our clients have.  Are they leasing a space that is too small for their growing business? Is a property owner looking to downsize? Is an investor looking to expand his portfolio?  Whatever the problem is, identify it so that you can determine your approach to the assignment. Second ,  determine solutions to their commercial real estate problem.  Research the current real estate market, determine active investors, or locate opportunit

what keeps a commercial real estate client up at night

Welcome to my blog where I give location and investment advice to owners and occupants of farmland, development land, and industrial and retail buildings.  Question of the day . What keeps a commercial real estate client up at night? What do they worry about the most? The number one item on this punch list is what is my property worth in today's marketplace? It doesn't matter if it's a 200 acre farm, a 10 acre piece of land in the path of development or the building owner trying to get his building leased out. They all want to know what's it worth? If you are one of your clients have that problem, I can solve that problem. If you would be so gracious to give me a call @ 765 427 5052 we will have a no obligation,no pressure consultation.                                  Let's just talk a little bit. This has been Brad Neihouser with Coldwell Banker commercial real estate in Lafayette, Indiana, where no matter the situation, I try my best to be straight up