Don’t compare apples to oranges when picking the right land and commercial real estate broker. Here are a few things to look for when searching for the right CRE partner.
From the soil on up to often times obscure land use ordinances, purchasing land is a complex endeavor not to be taken lightly.
“Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All About You” may be the chorus line from the memorable song in the 1951 hit musical “The King and I”, but it also happens to be the foundation of a solid broker-client relationship in commercial real estate.
In a commercial real estate lease transaction, all good intentions should be put in writing, but what does that mean?
I’m often asked, “what are the best market conditions in which to buy investment real estate?”
How does soil composition and quality impact land use?
A Conversation on Success and Diversity with Frederick Commercial Real Estate Broker Ashleigh Kiggans BY: SOPHIE SMITH, PLATINUM PR, for Frederick County OED, MINORITY BUSINESS VISION
This year marks my 10th year in the commercial real estate industry and my 5th year here at MacRo. While I learned a lot during my first five years in the DC market, it’s truly been my last five years in Frederick that have taught me the most.
Let’s talk numbers!
It is said that time is money, and when selling developable real estate, taking the risk of giving a buyer time can lead to a higher sales price…or nothing at all.