MARTIN LANDIS

Managing Member (CEO) of Landwin, LLC

Commercial property investment is an excellent way to secure the future for individuals, families, and corporations alike. However, not all commercial real estate is created equally, nor are they equally productive. Commercial property value is highly determined by many factors, and the value of a commercial property can be difficult to presume without all the facts. Whether you’re buying or selling, there are important things you should know about what affects a commercial property’s value negatively – in other words, what factors might decrease the value of a commercial property?

The answer to this question is multi-layered, and it certainly takes some extensive, thoughtful consideration before making any firm choices. It is always recommended to seek assistance when making important financial decisions – especially when it comes to investing in commercial property that could affect your future and livelihood. In this article, we’ll go over some basic factors that can decrease the value of a commercial property and how you can get the help you need on your real-estate investment options. Here’s what we’ve come up with:

The location of the property

Location isn’t everything, but it’s definitely a huge factor to consider when assessing the value of a commercial property. The location of the building in question will greatly determine the amount of traffic in the area, which holds significant meaning in the potential for lucrative business. Depending on the nature and purpose of the building, the location might not greatly affect its value, which is why it’s equally important to weigh other factors into your decision to invest or not. For instance, in a rural, agricultural area a property value might be better determined by other factors besides location.

Design and function of the property

The design and function of a property, in general terms, means the infrastructure of the building and how well it serves its purpose. For instance, if the commercial property is a residential building, such as an apartment building, the value will greatly depend on the quality of the interior of the apartments individually, such as updating lighting, flooring, plumbing, etc.

Furthermore, older, historic buildings might be priced higher if their charm, character, and structural soundness were upheld over the years. This fact is a testament to how important it is to keep commercial properties up-to-date, effectively renovated, and consistently maintained.

Low demand in the area

Supply and demand are factors that greatly affect any business; the same is true of commercial properties, as they often rely on a steady flow of consumers or investors. If there is low demand in an area, the value of the property will also be low. If there is low supply in the area (i.e. scarceness of commercial property) the property value will likely be higher.

Getting expert help with property investment

Investing in commercial property requires a business-savvy attitude, effort dedicated to research, and informed decision-making. Since investing in commercial property is often a long-term undertaking of responsibility and constant business management, it’s recommended that one hire a professional investment company to make the process smoother, simpler, and more lucrative. Not all investment companies are equally prestigious, so it’s also important that you dedicate time and effort to finding a company that has an exceptional track record in commercial property investments. Here are a few qualities of a trustworthy company to help you with your investment options:

  • Years of experience
  • Type of experience
  • Reputation in the business and real estate community
  • Customer service and accommodation

Real Estate Business Concept

The Landis Legacy

Martin Landis has dedicated his life’s work to establishing an educated, informed, and prestigious investment company, which he has been greatly successful with as CEO of Landwin LLC Real Estate Advisors. Investing in commercial property often involves a lot of gray area around whether a property in question will be a sound investment, and many people have lost their life’s fortune attempting to profit on such investments due to lack of experience and knowledge. The experts at Landwin have helped countless numbers of businesses and individuals expand their financial opportunity successfully through commercial property investment. If you’d like to learn more about Landwin or how they can help you through your next big real estate decision, please call a helpful advisor today.

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Hello everyone! It’s Martin Landis here. In my role as the Managing Member (CEO) of the real estate advisory firm Landwin, LLC, I draw upon my many years of business experience in real estate and marketing.

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