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$495,000
Commercial For Sale
Pending
1.6
ACRES
WRIGHT
COUNTY
5340 Quam Avenue
Saint Michael, MN 55376
Crow River Indust Park Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Pro Flat Fee Realty LLC
$790,000
Commercial For Sale
Pending
1
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
10725 165th Avenue
Elk River, MN 55330
Aquas Acres Subdivision
Listing courtesy of eXp Realty
$1,490,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
1.81
ACRES
ANOKA
COUNTY
9457 Highway 10
Ramsey, MN 55303
Ramsey Comm Park 2nd Subdivision
Listing courtesy of eXp Realty
$449,900
Commercial For Sale
Active
0.47
ACRES
WRIGHT
COUNTY
104 Main Street
Saint Michael, MN 55376
 
Listing courtesy of BRIX Real Estate
$480,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
0.05
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
713 Main Street
Elk River, MN 55330
Village Elk River Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty
$4,900,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
14.53
ACRES
WRIGHT
COUNTY
534 Labeaux Ave NE
Hanover, MN 55376
 
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty
New Listing – 6 days online
$4,528
Commercial For Sale
Active
1.01
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
650 Dodge Avenue
Elk River, MN 55330
Barrington Place Subdivision
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
$555,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
1
ACRES
ANOKA
COUNTY
6897 139th Lane #102
Ramsey, MN 55303
Cic 244 Ramsey Off Condo Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Arrow Real Estate Corp
$2,150
Commercial For Sale
Active
1.15
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
12580 192nd Court #F
Elk River, MN 55330
Elk River Indust Park Subdivision
Listing courtesy of ROCK SOLID Companies
New Listing – 2 weeks online
$649,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
0.1
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
19449 Evans Street #B
Elk River, MN 55330
Cic 73 Northbound Crossing Con Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Partners Real Estate Mn
$2,800
Commercial For Sale
Active
1.43
ACRES
HENNEPIN
COUNTY
16525 96th Avenue
Maple Grove, MN 55311
Maple Commons 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of J A Cadwallader Real Estate
$699,000
Commercial For Sale
Pending
1.83
ACRES
ANOKA
COUNTY
3901 Thurston Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303
Jackson Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Realty Concepts, Inc.
$600,000
Commercial For Sale
Pending
0.58
ACRES
ANOKA
COUNTY
637 W Main Street
Anoka, MN 55303
Auditors Sub 66 Rev Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Caspian Group
Foreclosure
$5,500
Commercial For Sale
Active
1.57
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
16792 198th Avenue
Big Lake, MN 55309
 
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
$1,000,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
7.55
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
3 198th Avenue
Big Lake, MN 55309
Big Lake Marketplace First Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty
$145,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
1
ACRES
HENNEPIN
COUNTY
11406 Marketplace Drive
Champlin, MN 55316
Westwood North 7th Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Edina Realty, Inc.
$422,175
Commercial For Sale
Active
0.06
ACRES
HENNEPIN
COUNTY
11212 86th Avenue
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Boulder Pond 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Arrow Real Estate Corp
New Listing – 2 weeks online
$550,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
0.62
ACRES
SHERBURNE
COUNTY
310 Lake Street
Big Lake, MN 55309
Havens 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Commercial
$2,300
Commercial For Sale
Active
0.9
ACRES
HENNEPIN
COUNTY
7028 E Fish Lake Road
Maple Grove, MN 55311
Cic 1176 Lakeway Office Park Subdivision
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
$2,500,000
Commercial For Sale
Active
1.8
ACRES
ANOKA
COUNTY
3050 Coon Rapids Boulevard
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
Auditors Sub 74 Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Caspian Group

As a commercial, real estate brokers investors and developers, we get asked by new investors all the time. How do you find so many investment opportunities there? Just aren’t any deals out there and for most investors. That statement is true.

Investing in commercial real estate can be a lot of fun and it’s certainly rewarding, but coming across good deals is often the most frustrating part of the process. From what I’ve seen.

However, most investors simply don’t take the right approach. So here’s my beginner’s guide to finding commercial real estate deals: If you’re not taking the right approach when it comes to starting the search you’re.

Already, behind the eight ball, you can’t just make a facebook post announce what you’re looking for once at a real estate, investors event or tell the occasional real estate agent. You come across. Finding your next investment opportunity needs to be at the forefront of your mind.

So be sure to make your search known and then make it known again, like i said, announcing it once and then throwing your hands up in the air in defeat when no deals fall in your lap, can’t be your strategy, some of the most successful real estate Investors, I’ve ever met reach out to their database on a consistent basis to let everyone know what they’re hunting for.

In fact, I knew a prominent single family investor in Minneapolis that asked just about every person.

He came across how much money they’re looking to invest in real estate, and this was regardless of if they’d expressed interest in real estate or not. If you never ask you’ll never know, and if you don’t become your own evangelist first, no one else will be curious about every opportunity.

You never know what you’ll find in a deal that others have simply missed, be prepared to turn over every stone. Just because something has been sitting on the market for a while, and everyone has seen it and passed on, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t opportunity there underwrite every single opportunity. That comes your way because they could be very few and far between, depending on your investment criteria.

You know, there’s an old mantra in real estate that you have to comb through 100 deals to find one that fits. There’s certainly truth to that statement, whether you’re an investor broker or business owner here are the seven best ways that I’ve found of finding commercial deals number one commercial, real estate brokers, commercial brokers are likely your best option when on the hunt for commercial property since they’re doing.

The world of commercial real estate is often shrouded in mysteries, since there is no single database that maintains tracks and lists all the available opportunities like you’ll find with the mls and residential real estate.

So these brokers work their hardest to keep a running list of any current and upcoming availability so that they can work to pair buyers and sellers together and if you’re, the one buying a property, their commissions are charged to the seller.

So you don’t even have to pay for their services number two networking again since there’s no database you’ll need to work on your own, get to know other real estate owners in your neighborhood or in the area that you’re looking to acquire property in by networking at Industry events or neighborhood meetings.

Let them know that you’re on the search for commercial investments, the more eyes and ears you have out there working for you, the better.

You simply never know when something will come available. I’ve seen property trade hands off market like this many times before the buyer met someone at an event that just happened to be interested in selling something number three social media social media is essentially a digital bulletin board.

Not only can you post what you’re searching for on your page, you can also share it with like-minded groups where you’ll find potential sellers or individuals that no owners willing to sell.

There are countless numbers of groups online from facebook to bigger pockets where you can broadcast your search to the public. Social media is one of my favorite methods hands down for getting a hold of a decision maker, especially if a business owns its own location because the ownership or a manager is likely running.

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There are countless numbers of groups online from facebook to bigger pockets where you can broadcast your search to the public. Social media is one of my favorite methods hands down for getting a hold of a decision maker, especially if a business owns its own location because the ownership or a manager is likely running.

Their social media accounts number four cold, calling cold calling is dead. For some cases it certainly is, but if you’re looking to get a hold of a property owner, it can be a direct path to the seller.

You can find telephone numbers for property owners by scanning the white pages checking out their website or connecting with them through social media.

Linkedin is ideal in this scenario, since contacts will often have their phone number on their profile page after you’ve connected then call on them and just ask if they’re interested in selling the property. They may not be interested in selling at that time, but situations can change rapidly.

I’ve experienced that firsthand so have them keep your number just in case and don’t forget to follow up number five mailers snail mail is definitely the sleeper in this group.

Most investors and people in general for that matter, don’t even think to take advantage of this method. It can be impossible sometimes to find the proper owner in commercial real estate, since these ownership entities are often hidden behind the barriers of an LLC or through the office of a real estate attorney.

However, tax records have mailing addresses for the ownership of every property. So if you send a certified letter, you know your message will be delivered to the right person.

Physical mail has also decreased in popularity since the advent of email so send those letters and postcards to owners – and yours may be one of the few pieces of mail that they receive regularly number six drive the market.

Sometimes, there’s no better way to find investment opportunities than driving around your market. Keep an eye out for properties that look as if they’re falling apart.

The landscaping hasn’t been cared for in quite some time, or maybe it’s the oldest building on the block. More often than not, those owners either live out of state, or they may not have the wherewithal to maintain the property, which could mean a buying opportunity for you, get out knock on the door and speak with the owner if they’re on site, if not follow up With a cold call and a ladder as a real estate investor, you should get in the habit of driving your market as often as possible.

Not only will you continue to increase your familiarity with neighborhoods you’re looking to buy in, but you’ll also start to recognize, which properties have changed ownership or which pockets seem to be gaining traction and last, but certainly not least, number seven online.

The internet could be one of the easiest ways for investors to find potential investment opportunities. While there is no single database with information, you can browse different websites that allow brokers and sellers to list their properties for sale, be sure to check the MLS, Crexie and Loopnet and whatever listing services there currently are out there to see.

What’s going on, keep in mind, though, that these websites often have outdated or incorrect information, so you’ll have to do a fair amount of research on your own before making any decisions.

 

 

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So a tenant is likely to have to give between 3 and 4 months notice if rent is paid monthly, and 3 and 6 months notice if rent is paid quarterly.

Appraisers look at the size, shape and topography of the lot, including easements and encroachments. The appraiser will also note amenities such as street utilities and vehicular access. Part of the evaluation process includes an opinion of whether the home’s characteristics are compatible with the market.

11 factors that affect property value
  • Location. The location of a property is the most obvious factor that affects how much a property is worth. …
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  • Aesthetics.

Having short sales and especially foreclosures on your street decreases the value of your home. Even if they are not direct comparables, as in same square footage and the number of bedrooms and baths, they are in your immediate neighborhood, so can make the entire area depreciate in value.

For more information, contact your court administrator or call the Minnesota State Law Library at 651-297-7651. Use the Eviction Action Complaint (HOU102) to ask the Court to evict a tenant from residential or commercial rental property.

A break clause is written into the commercial lease from the outset and allows a Tenant (and even a Landlord) to end a lease early by serving a notice on the other party.

If the tenant fails to pay the rent, often the best approach is to cease communication and seek legal advice as soon as possible on the matter. If you secured a rent deposit from the tenant then you may be able to draw down this to cover the extent of any arrears owing.

The steps to take at the end of a commercial lease, largely depend on whether a lease is inside or outside the Act. Where a lease is granted inside the Act, the Act provides for it to automatically renew at the end of the lease term. The tenant is said to have “security of tenure”.

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