Finding the Right Space for Your Business
Buying with CENTURY 21 Commercial New Millennium
As part of one of the largest Century 21 brokerages in the world, CENTURY 21 Commercial New Millennium provides real estate brokerage and leasing services for owners and tenants throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. along with limited coverage in West Virginia.
You will receive relentlessly dedicated service when you select CENTURY 21 Commercial New Millennium to represent you. We have represented clients in all types of transactions, including retail, office, multi-family, hospitality and industrial properties. Our knowledge, expertise and total commitment to your goals, backed by the industry’s best resources, drive a transaction process that runs smoothly and promotes success.
Our methods are optimized to work for you. We realize that every commercial transaction has its own particular set of facts and circumstances. If we need to include any of our commercial agents to assist with any facet of the transaction, we have the team to do it.
If you decide that you’d like to learn more about how we can support your business and investment goals, then please let us know. We’ll give 121%.
Understanding the Commercial Property Search Process
When evaluating what commercial space needs you have for your business, you need to decide whether you should lease or should you buy? There are many factors to take into consideration, including your cash flow demands, expected growth of your business and tax implications. If you expect the size of your business to remain stable, then “paying yourself rent” may be a solid investment decision for building personal wealth. However, if you expect the demands of your business to impact your space needs, then the flexibility of leasing may be a better option. Our experienced commercial real estate professionals can help guide you through that decision process
Investing in Commercial Real Estate
Many investors prefer to diversify their financial investments into income-producing commercial real estate assets. There are many different types of commercial properties to invest in, ranging from “triple net” single-tenant investments to multi-tenant, full-service properties. Before you make an investment, you need to understand your projected Return on Equity (ROE), underwrite the stability of the income, predict the vacancy risks based on lease dates and tenant operations, under the operating expenses for the property, and evaluate the market risks with the type of asset being purchased. There are many different considerations, and we can help—121% of the time!