The term “commercial property” covers such diverse objects as stores and offices, hotels, gas stations and discotheques, but also shopping centers, refrigerated warehouses, train stations and various types of production halls. This list already shows that in a first sales step the respective submarket of your commercial property has to be analyzed in detail. What is the relationship between supply and demand? Which target group of buyers is interested in my type of business?
The sale of a commercial property differs in essential aspects from the sale of a residential property. In particular, the specifications of the respective submarket of the commercial property must be taken into account, as well as building and planning regulations and tax provisions. In principle, it is therefore advisable to engage a specialized RE/MAX commercial broker for the sale of a commercial property, who is well versed in the relevant marketing strategies. Nevertheless, as a seller, you should know the principles of commercial real estate sales.