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Choosing to buy your property instead of leasing is a long-term commitment and at times a financial risk or liability. Commercial property may increase in value with time, but if you need to liquidate your assets there’s no guarantee your property will sell quickly, you may need to lease it until you can find a buyer. Commercial property trends go up and down, so being prepared and having back up plans can help landowners negotiate economic downturns while protecting company assets. While property hunting for your office premises or company HQ keep in mind what kind of space your business needs, what’s the max or minimum square footage you’ll need? What type of location fits better, centrally located, urban neighborhood, suburban downtown or ‘on the outskirts of town area?’ Does the building have handicap access? Is the building or parking garage accessible for business hours only? These and other questions should be asked before deciding on a permanent place.
Entrepreneurs buying commercial property should be advised, owning property comes with certain responsibilities and liabilities. Structure and land maintenance should be kept up to avoid damage and risks as well as keeping visual appeal to both the public and clients. A lawyer should guide you in what you’ll need to protect your business and avoid legal litigation, while an accountant will assess financial risks and gains.
Commercial property and real estate, with and without businesses, for sale in Wisconsin by city