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Looking At Commercial Realty

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If you are looking for a commercial space, then your search should begin by knowing what you want and why. Of course, you will have specifics when it comes to what you need from the commercial building. However, what's on the exterior of commercial realty is important as well. Here are three things you should be considering when it comes to finding the commercial space that works for you: 

1: Consider the neighboring businesses around the space

One of the things to pay attention to when looking at commercial real estate is the businesses near you. You are going to want to offer a sought-after service while being in an area where your business can get customers coming and going from other businesses. For example, if you are going to be opening a small market, you would do better being in a shopping center with things like restaurants, boutiques, etc. If you were to open a small market in an industrial complex, and you are surrounded by warehouses and machine shops, then you might not get the foot traffic you're hoping for.

2: Consider the landscape possibilities before you choose the right space

You should get a commercial building that has the potential of having complimentary landscaping. If you are going to be opening a business for things like parts welding, manufacturing, or warehousing, then you want to make sure any grass and shrubs are properly mowed and trimmed. However, you don't necessarily need to do much more than this. If you are looking for commercial real estate for your professional office space, for your specialty boutique, for your hair salon, or for something else where you want to give off that inviting feeling, then you will want to do more. Look for a commercial space where you can have some beautiful landscaping put in. Bright flowers, bushes lining the walkways, and shade trees are just some examples of what you will want.

3: Choose a commercial space with adequate parking

You are going to need a commercial space that has enough parking spaces for your employees, as well as the number of customers you may have come through the doors at once. You don't want to have parking lot issues, because this can lead to parking lot problems, like fender benders on your property. Also, you can end up with customers who decide to go elsewhere because they don't like the parking situation your business has.

Speak with a commercial realty group like RE/MAX Commercial Investment Realty to learn more.