Two months prior to Moving Day
Six weeks prior to Moving Day
Business opportunities range greatly in size and profit potential. The types of commercial investment opportunities also have varying characteristics—retail shops, food services, engineering and industrial manufacturing. These properties can be found in almost any location where zoning permits the operations; examples include standalone, strip malls, shopping centers, industrial parks. Business-valuation techniques such as the Multiple Discretionary Earnings Method, Asset Accumulation Method and Adjusted Book-Value Method may be used to determine the value of the property. CENTURY 21 representatives have the training available to them to help you evaluate properties as they relate to your specific needs and experience.
CENTURY 21 Commercial sales professionals can facilitate the process of analyzing location, trends, populations and other demographics that may help minimize risk. In addition, CENTURY 21 Commercial sales professionals have access to resources available that can help assess the challenges associated with zoning, environmental and occupancy requirements. A Cash-Flow Model might also be used to analyze and estimate an investment's income, expenses, and yield. The availability of forecasted conditions in the real estate market and the impact on a given property may also be used to evaluate each potential investment.
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