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By: Space Selectors   August 26, 2019

Why do I need to provide a personal guaranty for my commercial real estate lease?

When we talk to many potential customers who are getting ready to buy or start a business, they are often surprised to find out that they are being asked to provide a personal guaranty to lease commercial space for the business.  Since the loan is for the business, not for the individual, they wonder why a personal guaranty is needed?   What is a personal guaranty?   Most banks will require some guaranties before lending money to a startup in case the loan cannot be

By: Space Selectors   August 26, 2019

Understanding the Basics of a Commercial Lease Letter of Intent (LOI)

In past posts we have discussed how valuable hiring a broker who is knowledgeable and experienced can be. This is especially true when it comes to being able to draft a letter of intent (LOI). When it comes to the commercial real estate space, we find that there are many questions that surround letters of intent, so we thought it would be important to discuss this topic in further detail. Our hope is that this blog post helps shed some light on what a letter of intent is and why it is an importa

By: Space Selectors   August 26, 2019

Getting Started in Denver Commercial Real Estate 2019

Are you thinking about getting into the commercial real estate sector? Perhaps you are coming over from residential, or you have no past real estate experience at all. We want to help provide some information so that you can learn the basics of what it takes to get started in this sector, and what kind of potential income awaits you.   So why do you want to be in commercial real estate? This is typically the first question you should ask yourself? Your “why” can be the most import

By: Space Selectors   August 26, 2019

Commercial vs. Residential Real Estate: Understanding the Difference

  Are you looking into a career in real estate, but unsure as to if commercial or residential is the right path for you? There is a lot that goes into becoming an agent, and a lot to consider before deciding on which path to take. While there are similarities, there are also many differences. Taking a closer look can help you see which is the right fit for you.   The most obvious difference between being a commercial agent or residential agent is the type of real estate prop

By: Space Selectors   August 26, 2019

All About Commercial Real Estate Loans in Denver

  Since commercial real estate is specific to an income-producing property that is used only for business purposes, i.e. mall, shopping center, office building, warehouse, and hotel, financing is done through a commercial loan. A lot of times that can mean the mortgages are secured by liens on the commercial property. Just as you see with a home mortgage, banks and independent lenders are involved in commercial loans. In this article, we are going to take a closer look at commercial real

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By: Space Selectors   August 12, 2019

The Significance of a Business Plan in Commercial Real Estate

Success in the real estate investing industry is not something that comes easily. It definitely won’t happen without property planning or implementation. This is where a business strategy is essential. For entrepreneurs, a real estate business plan can serve as a road map to all of your business operations. If you are looking to stay ahead of the curve, having a business process will play an important role in having success with commercial real estate laws.   There are a few impor

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By: spaceselectors   July 29, 2019

The Effects of the Craft Beer Boom on Commercial Real Estate

    When we look at the most consumed alcoholic beverage worldwide, we find that beer is not only one of the oldest but also most consumed options available. By 2025, the global beer market is projected to be valued around $27.6 Billion. This growth is primarily driven by increases in disposable income, changing consumer preferences, the rise of a more experience-based culture, and change

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