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What are commercial foreclosures?

Commercial foreclosures take place due to a business defaulting on its commercial mortgage loan, leading to the lender, or the sponsor taking over the property to resell it to the public. Commercial foreclosure properties are an incredibly tempting option for business owners and real estate investors, as they can buy properties at thirty to fifty percent lower than the prevailing market prices.

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What are commercial properties

Commercial properties are holdings where people conduct agricultural, industrial, manufacturing, or service based business in. These properties are by no means residential in nature.

Benefits of buying commercial foreclosures

  • Profitable investment - Buying and reselling commercial foreclosures can yield quick and large profits.
  • Hurried sales - Maintaining commercial foreclosures is far more expensive than homes, which places a financial urgency on the lenders/banks to divest, making them a bargainer’s haven.

Tips on buying commercial foreclosures

  1. Learn - Commercial foreclosure laws and regulations in the US are different for different states. Therefore, learning about commercial foreclosures laws for the area you intend to invest in or buy in is required for a legally compliant deal.
  2. Verify - The commercial foreclosures should be verified to ascertain if they meet your business needs, such as licenses and zones to carry out a particular business.
  3. Finance - It is imperative to determine your financing options beforehand. A tax consultant or finance broker can help you weigh the pros and cons and enabling you to choose an appropriate financing structure.
  4. Research - Commercial foreclosures are usually sold as such. Therefore, it is advisable to obtain valuations & the inspections of the property and acquire any other relevant data.
  5. Location - Do see if the location suits you, your business, logistics, clients, and your staff.
  6. Condition - Any repairs and maintenance of a foreclosure is usually the responsibility of its buyer. Therefore, do assess the condition of the property you plan to buy, in order to check the costs you will need to put in for repairs. Add this cost to your bid price, and then evaluate the profitability scope of the property.

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