Office for rent
An office is a commercial space used to carry out the corporate activities of a business. It is possible to rent an office by signing a commercial lease or buy a commercial space that could serve as an office. It is also possible to buy office space in the form of a commercial condo or to buy an independent building that could accommodate multiple office spaces.
Commercial space for rent
A commercial space is used to carry out commercial activities. A commercial space is used to accommodate a business. A commercial space may be well-situated on a street in a building, in a strip mall, or inside a shopping mall.
Industrial space for rent
An industrial space is used to carry out the commercial or industrial activities of a company. An industrial space can be used for different types of uses. An industrial space always includes a storage area, office space, loading docks and/or ground level doors. Heavy industrial spaces may include cranes that can carry heavy goods. The available ceiling height must be taken into account when calculating the area of the industrial space.
Land for sale
Land for sale is becoming increasingly scarce. There are several factors to consider when buying land, including accessibility, water, sewers and zoning. If the land to be sold has green or agricultural zoning, you will not be able to construct a building without having had a derogation or a zoning modification. Land that is zoned industrial does not permit the construction of a residence. The urban plan of the city should be verified by the buyer. Financing for the purchase of land is more difficult. The English term for this type of investment is "Patient Money".
Income property for sale
A rental building may be residential, semi-commercial or commercial. A residential rental property includes multiplexes that generate rental income. The value of a rental property is based on several criteria, but mainly on income. Some financial knowledge is required to purchase a rental property successfully. Buyers of rental properties of more than 6 units are often real estate investors who are generally not owner-occupiers, as opposed to duplexes and triplexes.
Business for sale
Certain elements of a business that is for sale must be considered by the potential buyer: clientele, whether it's a high-traffic area, business lease, business name, etc. Other items to consider when purchasing a business are merchandise or inventory as well as equipment. To evaluate the purchase price of a business for sale, consider annual sales, gross profit, operating expenses, net profit, asking price and inventory, if applicable.