Commercial Real Estate Loans
A space designed specifically for your business
A Build-to-suit building is designed and tailored for a specific tenant, often because the tenant is unable to find suitable space in the speculative market. A build-to-suit project is usually contracted with a developer who owns and operates the completed facility which is then occupied by the tenant. Generally, a build-to-suit project becomes a single-tenant building upon completion
Frequently Asked Questions:
What makes commercial real estate so different from residential real estate?
Among many differences, the biggest is probably the due diligence period. For residential sales this is usually a quick 30-45 days with a quick inspection period within that period. On the commercial side of things, the inspection period is more extensive, and the due diligence period can last many months.
What is a commercial real estate cap rate?
Cap Rate, or Capitalization Rate is how your broker will determine the potential return on investment (ROI) of a property.
What kind of properties are considered to be “Commercial”?
The term “commercial” related to property types typically refers to real estate property that is used for business activities (for example: retail, office, or industrial properties) or to generate a profit (example: multifamily properties or development land). The designation of a property as a “commercial property” impacts financing options and often has tax implications.