Flipping Fixer Upper Homes

Buying Commercial Property For Your New Warehouse: What Matters

You want to buy commercial property for a warehouse that your company can use on the regular, but you have a lot of options, and you want to make sure you choose the best property for your needs. Location is a key thing, but so are a lot of factors when choosing commercial real estate. Your real estate agent will help you select the best commercial property for your needs, but you should still use your best resources to help you select the right land.

When you go out looking for your next parcel of land for a warehouse, keep the following factors in mind. What matters most is a great location where your warehouse can thrive, and this guide will help you achieve just that.

Access to major roadways

Your warehouse has to be built somewhere where there is a major roadway access or at least a major road nearby. This way, trucks don't have to travel far to reach a main transport area. Being close to a major highway, loading dock, or — better yet — a freeway is best for your warehouse build, especially if you plan on shipping out inventory and having trucks moving in and out on the regular.

Clear and ready-to-build space

The best commercial lots are those that have already been cleared, paved or graveled, fenced, and are ready to go. This saves you money on construction and allows you to put up a prefabricated structure easily or build from the ground up as soon as you make a purchase. The sooner you can get your warehouse built, the sooner you have a place where you can store inventory or a get a product line moving in assembly, so ask your realtor to only show you properties that have buildings currently on them that can be demoed easily or that have an existing lot that you can build on without a problem.

Easy-to-find location

Your warehouse location should be more in the center of town for easier location. After all, you'll need staff for your warehouse, and you want to make sure you are close enough to a major area that you won't have problems keeping employees or finding them in the first place. A great central location also makes your warehouse easier for delivery people to find so that you don't run into location errors that can slow production or profits down. Your realtor will help you find the best location for your needs.

To learn more about commercial property for sale, contact a realtor today.

About Me

Flipping Fixer Upper Homes

There is a lot of interest in flipping fixer upper homes, thanks in part to the various reality shows involving the subject that you can watch on TV. However, what you see on TV isn't always the reality of this type of work. My name is Mark Chavez and I have worked flipping fixer upper homes for over a decade now. While I love the work, there isn't always as much profit as they show on television and not every flip is successful. I decided to create this website to talk about the pros, cons and truths surrounding this industry. If you have been thinking about buying a home to flip, I hope my website educates you so you have a real idea as to what you can expect.