You may have previously made the decision to buy a property for your business rather than lease. Over time, though, your business needs can change. If you find yourself needing cash but don’t want to move your business, a sale-leaseback transaction might be the right solution for you. What is a Sale-Leaseback? You already own… Continue reading Is a Sale-Leaseback Transaction Right for Your Business?
As an investor in commercial real estate, you may have heard the term 1031 exchange tossed around. But what is it, and what does it mean for you? The most important thing to remember here is that a sale under Section 1031 allows for capital gains to be deferred, meaning taxes are still owed but… Continue reading The Basics of 1031 Exchanges
As your business grows, one of the most exciting (and nerve-wracking) situations is when you start to think about buying commercial real estate for your business. So how do you know whether it’s best to buy or lease? In addition to considering where your business is in terms of age, growth stage, and cash needs,… Continue reading To Buy or Not to Buy?
Time management is as much an issue in commercial real estate transactions as it is for any other part of business. If you don’t move fast enough, you may miss the boat. Conversely, if you don’t leave enough time, you may not be able to get the right fit. Here are a few tips to… Continue reading Is Time Your Friend or Foe?