All real estate transactions are not the same. There are significant differences between commercial real estate and residential real estate. The key difference is that commercial properties are potentially income producing. Although homes can be rented to generate income, they are not considered commercial real estate. Commercial real estate may entail leasing office space, owning an apartment building, or selling real property that is owned by a business.
Commercial real estate transactions can be much more diverse and complex. There is a higher level of risk and liability which may include hazardous materials and zoning laws, as well as whether the location is suitable for your business. By utilizing the services of a competent and experienced commercial real estate agent, you can rest assured that you will be carefully guided through these complexities.
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