"All agents are not created equal" when it comes to negotiating purchase contracts for commercial and multifamily properties. Having the right broker representing you means significant savings on your purchase. We carefully examine the due-diligence material and help you navigate through the typical challenges and pitfalls during the escrow period. Upon closing, we continue to provide you with exceptional post-sale services including transferring management, utilities, notifying tenants and organizing the paperwork for your newly acquired property.
There comes a time when it makes sense to sell your income property, whether it's to dissolve a partnership, exchange for a less-management property. Listing a property requires a great deal of commitment and patience by the seller and the occupants. We carefully package the property to be sold quickly and at a good price. We provide buyers with marketing and due-diligence material that describes the current condition of the property and its future potential. We make every effort to avoid having the property fall out of escrow, and will stick by you every step of the way until the closing and disbursement of funds.
It takes a lot more than hanging a "For Lease" sign on a building and advertising it online to get a property leased. Unlike residential leasing, commercial leases can last for decades; what you sign for today will affect your property value for many years to come. It takes a substantial amount of knowledge and experience from your agent qualify a tenant and negotiate optimal lease terms. We focus on a handful of lease listings to ensure that we are providing superior service to our clients.
We provide hands-on property management for commercial properties within Sonoma County. Services include, rent collection, expenses payment, monthly statements, CAM charges reconciliations, lease renewal and negotiations, tenant relations and handling various maintenance crews. Management fees typical 6% of gross base rental income.
When an investment property is listed on the market and presented to buyers on a silver platter with all the bells and whistles — fully leased, fixed-up and with a stabilized income stream — rest assured the seller has already taken most of the profits. Savvy investors buy properties that are distressed, either because of their dilapidated state, high vacancy or troubled ownership. Value-add deals are not for everyone; they are typically all-cash transactions and short escrow with minimal due diligence. Many of our clients currently enjoying significantly above market returns for value-add projects we acquiring and repositioned for them.