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Top Negotiation Tips For Commercial Real Estate Brokers

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An advantage of secured business loans is its low cost. On the back of collateral, you can borrow the money at low rate of interest. What is more, the rate will be usually low even if your credit history has blemished tags like late payments, payment defaults, arrears and CCJs. The rate can be fixed or flexible.

Rent is too high – Right now is a good time to renegotiate with your landlord. commercial property is going through the same issues that the housing market has been facing. A paying tenant is better than no tenant. Lower costs improve profit.

Auctions are a good source of properties but you have to know first how it all goes, from beginning to end, basically the whole process. Bing familiar makes it easier for you to win the bid and come out successful. You can also go to auctions and just make observations if you are not yet ready. This is a good way to familiarize yourself with auctions.

Training – Invest in retail sales training for your employees. The add-on and up-selling results will begin to benefit your retail profit picture immediately.

Example: the Seller signs a new laundry cotract and take k up front as a Bonus and agree to laundry income split 80% to the laundry company and 20% to the owner … instead of a more favorable split arrangement.

Pay attention to the bathroom. Surely the buyers will take a look at the home’s bathroom. Therefore, you have to make sure that the ventilation is installed properly in a way that it won’t be making the bathroom humid enough and won’t spread any bad smell even if it’s of a shower gel or shampoo. To make it appear more appealing to the eyes of the buyers, you can change the curtains and arrange properly all that bath products such as shower gels. Also, buying a new floor mat could add a fresh look.

Make sure your Purchase Contract states that the Seller will provide you with all Vendor Contracts. Make sure you also have a solid “Pro-Rations” Clause as well. A Pro-Rations Clause will ensure that the Seller only gets that fraction of the signing bonus equal to their fraction of their time in ownership.