People have been rushing to Florida from out of state, eager to participate in the current real estate market. As you may know, many states have high taxes on properties there. Florida, unlike these states, does not tax your personal income or estate. With these benefits, more people are moving there to take advantage of the tax shielding.
When you're looking into expanding your portfolio with commercial real estate, there are some things you can do to make sure you're making the right purchase. With many commercial purchases, location, overall value and size are important.
South Florida has done very well in 2018 in regard to commercial real estate. Some top tenants in the state are located within South Florida, making it a great place to invest if you're planning to buy real estate.
Opening a small business can be one of the most exciting ventures in your life. At the same time, it can also be one of the most stressful and overwhelming ventures in life. One of the biggest decisions a small business owner might have to make is whether to purchase a warehouse. Today, we will take a look at buying a warehouse for your small business in Collier County.
If you own a commercial property you know how much time and effort goes into maintaining it. If you rent space at that property, you know how much more difficult it is to be a landlord. Maybe the time has come to move on from being a commercial real estate owner. If that's the case, you should hire an experienced real estate attorney to walk you through the steps of selling, so that no mistakes are made.
The Naples-Fort Myers commercial real estate market is generally strong. That's good news for those who invest in and develop commercial property. However, some sectors are stronger than others.
If you're a tenant signing a commercial rental agreement (lease), it's important to negotiate the terms of that lease to ensure that it will meet the needs of your business. Of course, the landlords also have items that are important to them, and they want those covered in the agreement. If you're fortunate, you can agree on terms that are suitable to both you and them.
The term "adverse possession" refers to the right of a person to be granted title to a piece of property after occupying and cultivating it for a specified period. If you're the person whose property is being occupied, you might consider that trespassing. However, if certain conditions are met, a "trespasser" may be able to file an adverse possession claim.
Floridians who build, sell and invest in corporate real estate likely couldn't foresee even at the beginning of the 21st century just how different the workplace landscape would become. One significant factor has been the rise of the sharing (or "gig") economy.
Many of us spent a good chunk of our teen years in shopping malls. They're where we hung out with friends, had our first jobs, saw a movie and grabbed an affordable meal. Now, with the rise of online retailers, they seem to be going the way of the dinosaurs -- as are many of the big retail chains that made their homes there.