Selling your commercial property shouldn’t be a stressful ordeal. Making the smart move of choosing a knowledgeable REALTOR® is your first step to ensuring that your asset sells and that the transition is smooth. My services and experience allow you to focus on your move while I manage the property sale from our initial consultation to the closing of the deal – and beyond. I pride myself on repeat business and hope you’ll come to understand why.
As your broker, what I will do for you:
I Will Size up the Market
Complete a comparative market analysis that will compare your property’s value to that of comparable properties.
Compile a comprehensive plan detailing all the efforts I will employ to sell your property, including Internet advertising and local media.
Present your property to as many qualified buyers as possible.
Advertise, through a variety of proprietary websites, locally and globally to get maximum exposure for you.
Identify and target prospective buyers using cutting edge technology.
If appropriate, maximize signage on the site.
Utilize the affiliation of NAI and Latter & Blum which brings together over 100 years of local success with a truly world wide audience.
Help you stage your property to generate curb appeal and ensure that you get the highest price.
Assist with obtaining offers and help you in negotiating the best deal as possible.
Help you with the next move, such as guiding you through a Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange or other commercial real estate options.
Determine Recent Comparable Commercial Sales
What are similar properties selling for? Ask me to find out.
Get the Highest Price for Your Property
In commercial sales, buyers are either users who need the site for their business or investors who want to park their capital in a vehicle that is safe and will be more valuable in the future. I am experienced in crunching the numbers to demonstrate to a buyer why your property would be good for them.
Determine What Costs to Expect
Legal Fees vary greatly, and both buyer and seller have various things to pay. Usually the buyer has to pay for the majority of the closing expenses.
Title insurance fees depend on the sales price of the property and are paid by the buyer.
Broker’s commissions are paid by the seller.
Orleans Parish Transfer Tax is paid by the seller.
Miscellaneous fees can accrue from correcting problems noticed during the property inspection and may be paid by the seller.
Inspections fees are paid for by the buyer and include environmental, HVAC, roof, pest, radon and other inspections.