Buying or Leasing? Start With the Basics

You know the cliché: The three most important factors in real estate are location, location, location. There’s something to that saying. Consider …

  • What good is an otherwise perfect retail space if you can’t draw customers to it?
  • If your office location is inconvenient, will you be able to hire and retain staff?
  • How will a warehouse that presents logistical challenges affect your bottom line?

Location is more than just an address. The area’s demographics, comparable values and rents, zoning, traffic flow, and other aspects affect the long-term success of your commercial real estate.