Showing posts from August, 2023

Do You Ever Have A Bad Day?

We all experience rough patches from time to time. Life doesn't always go as planned, and we can't help but feel a little down in such moments. However, just when we least expect it, something comes along that brightens our day. I recently had the privilege of working with a client for over a year, helping them with the intricate process of liquidating their family assets. Throughout this journey, we encountered numerous ups and downs, along with unexpected twists and turns. But in the end, all the hard work paid off, and the client was overjoyed with the outcome. In the wake of this success, I received a heartfelt email from the client, which I'd like to share a snippet of with all of you: Your Father's Day email was perfect!  I hope you had a wonderful Father's Day and are enjoying this beautiful spring.    I hope business is going very well for you . You are a blessing to any family farm that needs top-notch realtor/auction services from a realtor with incredible

A Commercial Building Sale from Soup to Nuts

  Selling a commercial building is not something that is done spur of the moment. There are only a few reasons why an owner would choose to sell a valuable commercial building. #1 Retirement. The owner retired and sold their business and no longer needs the building. #2 Expansion. The owner may have outgrown the building and is purchasing another building. There is an immense about of thought and tax planning that goes into selling an established commercial building. But, once the decision is made to sell, the owner selects a commercial broker to handle the marketing and sale of the property. The next step is to d etermine the asking price with your broker. This is where it gets really interesting… The asking price is crucial for attracting potential buyers. Some brokers may suggest a pie-in-the-sky value just so they can secure the listing (A horrible idea ). However, a more prudent approach is to price the property approximately 15% above the market value to maximize the return. Th