If you are one of the many property management companies in Columbus, Ohio, then you should be well aware of National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®). If you’re not involved or familiar with the association, here’s a brief description: NARPM consists of real estate industry insiders with ample knowledge of the problems and challenges that the property management industry faces – specifically concerning single-family homes and small residences. The assocation is based on providing education, resources, and tools for professional residential property managers, as well as owners and employees of property management companies in Columbus, Ohio and throughout the U.S. who strive to learn, succeed, and build lasting relationships.
What kind of commercial real estate agent are you? Or what type of CRE agent are you looking to hire? The commercial real estate agents Columbus, Ohio trust have their own unique style of connecting with clients. Perhaps you are – or are seeking – a calm and collected agent who focuses on the details and numbers – a straight-shooter. Or maybe you like to have a bit of fun and display some humor with your clients or agent – within reason, of course. Aside from demeanor, there are 5 common behaviors and credentials that stand out in all successful commercial real estate agents, as outlined below.
Some people see the springtime as the perfect time of the year to clean out their attic. However, springtime is also prime time for finding amazing deals on commercial real estate in Central Ohio!
For a real estate investor, it may seem like a no-brainer. Tax season ended not too long ago; you closed out another year of investments and finances, and it is time to start fresh. Why not start by discovering the best commercial real estate Central Ohio has to offer, and adding to your pool of investments?
Finding tenants for available rental properties isn’t as simple as securing any tenant to occupy the space and collecting rent checks. There’s an important and potentially lengthy screening process you should undergo before allowing a business or residential tenant to move into your coveted space. Follow these four steps to ensure you find the best possible tenant and agree upon ideal lease terms for your available rental property for lease.
With all of the commercial real estate available in Columbus, Ohio, are you considering making an investment? If so, you may also be weighing your options for financing that purchase. Did you know that the US Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 504 Loan Program (also referred to as the Certified Development Company [CDC] loan) may be able to provide your small business with a loan for major fixed assets, such as land and building development?
Your goal of investing in commercial property may be closer in reach than you think! Find out why…
Considering an investment in commercial real estate? Want to build a successful portfolio with an attractive rate of return? The decision to invest in multifamily properties for sale may be a solid option for you.
Jones Lang LaSalle, a financial and professional services firm specializing in commercial real estate, recently published a report on CRE trends. This report indicates that the market for multifamily properties is growing, boasting U.S. sales of $139.3 billion for 2017. So, what are you waiting for? Below are five reasons why you should consider investing in multifamily properties for sale.
Have you ever been in a situation where you felt as though you were wronged by a licensed Central Ohio commercial real estate professional? While we hope you never find yourself in this circumstance, there are times where a “professional” may not do his or her job properly. Fortunately, you are not without resources to try to rectify the situation. Filing a complaint against a certified Ohio commercial real estate professional comes with a variety of options, as outlined below.
What’s in a name? Ever thought about how your name could forecast your career aspirations? In researching ‘Weiler,’ we were surprised by how the origin of our founder’s name is connected with our industry. What do we mean? Find out below.
Have you reviewed your local real estate market and wondered if you should jump on a specific Ohio property for sale? For an investor, it does not always have to be about buying property for the sole purpose of making it their home or business. Have you ever considered “flipping” property? With this guide, we hope you’ll gain the knowledge, inspiration, and ideas to create a solid plan. You can become very successful in the business of flipping properties; you just have to get off on the right foot. Here’s how…
Buying commercial real estate is one thing – it requires maintenance and upkeep. Buying hunting land for sale in Ohio, however, is an entirely different situation. Not only does it require maintenance and upkeep for human standards, but if the buyer wants to use it for its intended purpose (you know, hunting) then it needs to be both prepared and maintained for deer.
Creating an ideal habitat for deer means that you need to overcome quite a few factors, and also take advantage of what you can control. Before selling your hunting land, consider taking it off the market temporarily and make upgrades in order to increase your return on investment (ROI). There are many ways to increase the value of your Ohio hunting land for sale; however, these two areas of focus will get you off to the right start:
The benefits of owning commercial property are vast, and even more protracted when you purchase rental properties for sale in Columbus, Ohio. Seated in Franklin County, Columbus is the largest city in the state, and the capital of Ohio. Columbus offers great opportunities for investors looking to buy affordable properties. Buying one or more rental properties means that you’ll have access to a permanent home in a second location (should you choose to live in one of the spaces); most of all, you will also generate profit from it year-round. Below are four ways you should prepare before you start searching for rental properties for sale in Columbus, Ohio.
Are you looking to advance or better your career as realtors in Columbus, Ohio? Trying to enhance your knowledge of real estate or grow your network? There’s one place for all of those things: The National Association of REALTORS®, otherwise known to industry “insiders” as NAR.
There are several approaches to finding Columbus, Ohio real estate listings. There was a time when listings would be inaccessible to the public; however, updates in the way that we list, buy, and sell real estate have given us so many options. In fact, it can be tough to know where to even start. Regardless of how you begin your property search, it’s always best to take advantage of every resource at your disposal. Below are the 3 main methods of finding commercial real estate listings, as well as helpful tips along the way.
Managing your Columbus, Ohio property search can seem like a daunting task. After all, there’s a lot to consider. But don’t worry! The Robert Weiler Company has gathered seven helpful tips, sure to assist you in conducting the best property search in Columbus, Ohio as possible.
As a full-service commercial real estate and appraisal firm with 80 years of experience, we’re here to help you achieve your goals. It’s what we do! Read on for our expert tips and tricks of the trade. Also, see why Columbus is a hot-spot for commercial real estate investors.
Ohio land for sale data for 2017 has been tallied, and all indicators are showing an extremely positive trend that is likely to continue through 2018. For instance, undeveloped land is becoming more and more attractive for investors after a favorable report from the Ohio Association of Realtors.
Just as farmers select the types of crops to grow and where to locate them, buying commercial land for sale in Columbus, Ohio requires similar forethought. Because a property looks great doesn’t mean all legal entanglements have been resolved, or there aren’t unforeseen challenges. In short, don’t let the fervor of early spring and the exhilaration of a new beginning blind you to property shortcomings.
Since 1830, the U.S. Census Bureau has never recorded a Columbus, Ohio population decrease. And for the last 30 years, the city has achieved double-digit population gains – a hard feat in the urbanized and industrialized Midwest. That means vacant downtown Columbus real estate is rare. But it also means suburban and rural areas are waiting to be discovered, improved, and purchased! Take the following four tips into consideration before you begin searching for commercial land.
In 2017, real estate owners in multiple Ohio counties received a property reassessment (or reappraisal), a process traditionally conducted by county auditors every six years. Last year was one of the more extensive re-evaluation years for Ohio’s 88 counties, with 28 subjected to reassessments. Now, with the start of the new year in our rear-view mirror, many residential and commercial property owners are preparing for higher tax burdens related to increased valuations.
Are you considering buying some of the land for sale in Ohio? When you reflect on all the state has to offer, who can blame you?
- Five Fortune 500 company headquarters call Ohio its home.
- Ohio is one of the top five tax climates in the United States, as ranked by KMPG and Ernst and Young.
- Columbus, the state capital, is the 15th largest city in the United States.
- Office space is 60% cheaper in Columbus compared to New York.
With all of that said, if you are about to purchase Ohio land for sale, you are likely excited about the prospect. But before you jump the gun, consider something incredibly important: an Environmental Site Assessment (ESA).
What if we told you that buying raw acreage for sale in Ohio required more research and involvement than buying a home; would you believe us?
Purchasing a home, believe it or not, is usually pretty cut and dry. Buying raw land in Ohio, however, can be a bit more complicated. There are many elements that you need to consider. You have to be sure to perform your research so that you do not end up with the raw end of the deal, so to speak.
What sets a business apart from others often stems from the location in which they searched for commercial real estate listings. Columbus, Ohio is a diverse city with a variety of areas that appeal to a wide range of people. As a result, choosing the area that is best suited for your business takes careful consideration. Though choosing may seem easy enough, as there are a lot of great locations to choose from within the Columbus metro area, it takes a lot of research due diligence to decide on a location that is the most ideal for your business. Below are a few questions that you should ask yourself, in regards to location, before beginning to search for the future home of your business.