Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump just over one year ago, there has been a major buzzword: “reform”. A variety of different things affecting the economy have been or will be reformed. One of the most significant ones is his tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
In order to run a business, you need a building. Finding that piece of commercial real estate property is a long and complex process. And once you have found the property and you have spent many weeks negotiating every single point of your deal, you feel like you are ready to come to an agreement. The sale or lease document is prepared and is several pages long. All that remains to be done is for you to sign on the dotted line and the process will have been completed.
For those who want to be involved in commercial real estate, whether to run a business, use it as an investment, to be a landlord, or for any other reason, it is very important to have the right contacts. Indeed, networking is vital in any industry, regardless of the type of work you do, but you do have to network with the correct people. In the world of commercial real estate, you have to deal with lending, escrow, titles, architecture, construction, deeds, leases, and more. This means that your network has to include certain types of workers, such as accountants, lawyers, architects, construction workers, and so on.
If you are in the market for a piece of commercial real estate and you believe that you have found what you are looking for, it is time to make an offer. Sometimes, however, you receive no reply in response. This can be both frustrating and confusing, as it is hard to understand why a seller wouldn’t at least provide you with some feedback if they don’t want to accept the offer that you have made. There are a number of reasons why your offer may get ignored.
Finding the perfect commercial property requires more tact and research than most people plan for. Your choice of commercial property is a strategic business decision. It affects profitability, production costs, branding, and bottom line. This is why you must find a perfect property that promises great potential as per these factors. Here are 6 tips to landing a perfect deal.
It has been announced that Bill Halford, the CEO of Bixby Land Co., died on February 26, 2018, at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center after battling a certain illness. Bixby Land Co. is based in Newport Beach and is one of the most respected companies of its kind in Southern California. Halford became the company’s CEO in 2006 and he was responsible for turning the century-old family-owned company into a real estate operator, developer, and investor. Halford was just 58 years old. Bixby Land credits Halford with achieving their vision of pioneering exceptional value.
Automation is an important tool of capitalism. Its overall aim is to reduce outgoings as much as possible, thereby increasing profits. Any business’ greatest expense is its workforce, which means that if cuts have to be made, this is where employers take a look first. Naturally, the workforce is also a business’ greatest asset, as nothing can be delivered without it. Hence, what companies now try to do is find ways to replace the human workforce with automated systems as much as possible. And it is working. It is known as digital disruption and it impacts every element of society, including commercial real estate.
The Bank of Southern California is an institution that has, as a community bank, helped businesses and individuals across Southern California meet their financial needs. Being a community bank, they believe in offering a personalized experience as they understand that any financial product they offer benefits the community as a whole and therefore also their own organization. The bank has become a true institution in the San Diego area.
There are always changes in the makeup of the commercial real estate market and what people are interested in. Self-storage facilities, however, have held steady and are now believed to be the most secure commercial real estate investment of all. Indeed, it is now a $38 billion industry. Recent research on self-storage units has shown just how viable this industry now is.
Progressive people in California have long complained that Proposition 13 contains a loophole. Specifically, they feel that those who own commercial real estate are unfairly favored compared to those who own residential real estate. The mainstream media has accepted that there is a loophole in Proposition 13, but it seems they have not researched what it is at all. In fact, real experts agree that Proposition 13 is solid and has been since it was first implemented.
Under Proposition 13 tax reform, property tax value was rolled back and frozen at the 1976 assessed value level. Property tax increases on any given property were limited to no more than 2% per year as long as the property was not sold. Once sole, the property was reassessed at 1% of the sale price, and the 2% yearly cap became applicable to future years.