Why does everyone who has a suggested realtor not list them for all to see?
Reach out to Jeff Moore of Crye Leike commercial, probably the best guy to connect with if your wanting multi family. He will also have bank recommendations.
@Curt Davis - that is a great question! The reason I don't is purely selfish: since my husband is an agent, we can use the referral system to officially refer a potential buyer/seller (if they want) directly to the agent who we use for our deals. The investor gets a fabulous agent while the agent gets a new investor client and she shares part of her commission for the lead. Everyone wins. :)
Rich depends on what you are buying and at what level.
Brokers and agents for commercial specialize.
Example for retail properties if someone wants a mixed use mom and pop type tenant stuff for 1 to 1.5 million I am not the person. I know from lots of experience how much time such a property takes and return of money with commission. That versus a 2 million Starbucks with 1 lease to look at.
So for me I put properties into buckets of work load versus return and decide if it is worth it to accept the business. Another component to look at for a broker is how seasoned the buyer is. A buyer could be professional for commercial and do almost everything themselves you just find the property and work on checklist items. Conversely if the buyer has money but is new to the space there will be a lot of heavy lifting and additional questions on a transaction.
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