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  • library_books Dock Leveler - Picture with Definition
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    Close-up image of dock-high dock wells with shrouds, bumpers, wheel guides and dock levelers - thumbnail.In a ‘perfect world,’ one would be able to back a trailer up to a 4’ dock-high dock, or a 2’ semi-dock, open the doors and start loading or unloading. Of course, we don’t live in a perfect world (with or without quotes)…

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  • library_books Common Area Maintenance (CAM) - Commercial Lease Terminology - Part 2
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailIn Commercial Real Estate leases, Common Area Maintenance, or CAM, refers to activities related to areas and items shared between tenants in a multi-tenant building or complex…

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  • library_books Expense Caps - Commercial Lease Terminology - Part 1
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailIn Commercial Real Estate Leases, an Expense Cap typically refers to expenses that are passed along from the landlord to the tenant for Common Area Maintenance of a building…

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  • library_books Modified Gross - Types of Commercial Leases - Part 5
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailIn Commercial Real Estate, a Modified Industrial Lease involves modifications to the Industrial Gross Lease. The modifications can vary, but the tenant often pays for certain items contributing to a Multi-Tenant building’s Common Area Maintenance…

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  • library_books Net Lease - Types of Commercial Leases - Part 4
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailIn Commercial Real Estate, there tends to be confusion regarding the difference between a Gross and a Net Lease - and variations of each…

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  • library_books Side Load Dock Well - Picture with Definition
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    front view image of side loading truck well added to a grade level warehouse facilityA side load dock well allows for access to containers in a truck court with very limited depth…

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  • library_books Paved or Stabilized Yard - Picture with Definition
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    paved or stabilized yard for inventory storage thumbnailPaved or Stabilized Yard has many uses. It can be used to store inventory - pipe and other items that can withstand the elements - as shown in the attached photo…

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  • library_books Heavy Power - Picture with Definition
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    General warehousing does not typically require electrical service beyond that needed to operate an office area with HVAC and general warehouse lighting and light-duty electrical plugs…

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  • library_books Rail Access - Picture with Definition
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    Having access to rail siding (doors on rail cars are generally on the side - hence “rail siding” - see photo), which is actually serviced (meaning a rail provider will use the track…

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  • library_books Clear Height - Picture with Definition
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    High Clear for Maximizing Inventory Storage Volume ThumbnailWarehouse operations often involve high ceilings under which to conduct various types of business. Clear height is defined as the maximum height of objects a building can accommodate. Buildings sometimes have different areas that have different clear heights…

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  • library_books Land Acquisition Guide
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on December 4, 2019
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    From Offer to Contract

    Locating and acquiring the perfect tract of land to develop can be quite challenging. An experienced developer and its real estate broker can conduct initial due diligence to help avoid costly issues. However, more in-depth inspections and research are necessary before finalizing a purchase…

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  • library_books Dock Well - Picture with Definition
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    Warehouse with Dock Well Loading

    A dock well is commonly used to provide dock-high truck loading for a grade-level warehouse. This photo illustrates one of the major advantages for dock wells - the straightforward ability to have both dock-high loading/unloading and grade level entry to the building…

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  • library_books Commercial Warehouse for Lease - Property Categories
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on January 28, 2012 and Updated on November 7, 2019
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    Commercial warehouse” as a label is broadly used to describe a number of types of commercial space typically offered for lease or rent.  For purposes of this article, we will use Five (5) main categories.

    General Office/Warehouse

    Typically grade level, this type of building is suited to businesses that provide a product and need to receive materials/items and ship out materials/items which may be at grade level or at dock high. The dock-high loading requirement with smaller freestanding buildings is usually facilitated thru use of in ground dock truck wells where the truck backs down a ramp to adjust for the height of the shipping container.

    Bulk Distribution

    Used for the distribution of palletized products in large volume, these buildings have true 4’ dock high loading with multiple doors, high clear height and fire protection systems.

    Heavy Manufacturing

    With grade level overhead doors and ample outside storage yard, these buildings often have large overhead cranes, heavy power and high clear heights.

    Flex office/warehouse (aka Service Center Space)

    Heavy office ratio and  air-conditioned and heated areas used for tech or assembly are common with Flex space.  High parking ratios and generally higher end business park settings are also popular with this type.

    Truck Terminal w/Cross Dock

    Used to transfer goods quickly from container to container, these buildings are usually very shallow and long to allow for a very high number of offloading spaces and overhead doors.  Additionally, an abundance of trailer storage area and staging yard is normally required.

    These are some of the main categories of buildings in Commercial Warehouses which are found for Lease.

    For a more recent article with an updated list, go here.

    For help finding a qualified industrial broker in your area and the perfect warehouse for your business call WarehouseFinder.net at 800.814.4214

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  • library_books Free Rent! Warehouse for Lease! Really? - Let Me Explain...
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on December 13, 2011 and Updated on August 18, 2019
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    So we need to lease a warehouse - how much free rent can you get us?”  That is a common question I get from my clients.  It generally does not matter if they are local or global, $100k/year or $100mm/year, everyone wants to feel they got the upper-hand or a good “deal.”  But what does “free rent” really mean?

    Free rent is, in most circumstances, a period of time where the tenant pays no rent or partial rent during the lease.  This period is usually front loaded on the lease term.  This is a great marketing ploy for landlords and is generally a win for the tenant too.  It is pushed as a savings in rent to offset move-in and set-up costs incurred by the tenant.  Free rent is also called “Rental Abatement” - which is, as a description, generally more palatable to Landlords.  Owners hate to give away money.  At the end of the day, owners want to lease their properties up and if they can lease it now, give a few months of free rent and eliminate the risk of additional months of vacancy, then it ends up being a wash for the owner. 


    Let me explain the tricks around Free Rent.  Typically,  free rent is never free.  Rental abatement is recouped later in the lease.  While time value of money may be gained, the Landlord will generally pad his proposal to account for any opportunity costs.   As an example, if you as the tenant want to rent 10,000 SF for 60 months and the Landlord gives you 3 months free rent, he will typically add the months to the term of the lease - so 63 months.  Now the Landlord will want rental increases in later years and will start those “bumps” in month 13 of the lease.  Now the added three months will be at the highest rate in the term, thereby increasing the average rate over the lease. 

    Free rent up front is a plus for the tenant, provided the tenant does not have to pay more in rate over the term in order to get the free rent. 

    Looking for Warehouse, Office or other space in Houston or elsewhere? Needing to renew your lease?

    Contact the WarehouseFinder.NET Broker Affiliate Network below.

    Centermark Commercial Real Estate specializes in Industrial and Office in the Greater Houston area. CCRE is the exclusive affiliate broker for WarehouseFinder.NET in Houston, TX.


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  • library_books Commercial Warehouse for Lease - A Broker's Definition
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on May 22, 2011 and Updated on November 7, 2019
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    What is commercial warehouse  for lease?  What is commercial warehouse for rent?  They are the same and they are different.  “Commercial” is just a description of the property to indicate an exclusion of residential uses.  “For rent” and “for lease” while basically synonymous, “lease” actually refers to a contractual agreement between a tenant and landlord.  “Warehouse” has many meanings in the sense that a “warehouse” can be used for many purposes and in many manners.  Here are few examples of Commercial Warehouse for Lease:

    • Distribution WarehouseTypically dock high warehouse with fire protection sprinkler systems and warehouse clear heights over 24’.  The high clear is to accommodate pallet racking.  Users of distribution space normally require minimal office finish.
    • Flex WarehouseWith a higher percentage of office finish, Flex Space is combination of warehouse and office finish, sometimes 50% of each.   Warehouse Renters of this space can be high tech, assembly and light manufacturers.
    • Manufacturing Industrial Warehouse: For me, the word industrial conveys images of heavy cranes and steel being moved, modified and shipped.  Manufacturing Warehouses often are crane served with overhead bridge cranes or jib-cranes.  The buildings are chiefly made of metal and require heavy power.

    These are just a few examples.

    Looking for Warehouse, Office or other space in Houston or elsewhere? Needing to renew your lease?

    Contact the WarehouseFinder.NET Broker Affiliate Network below.

    Centermark Commercial Real Estate specializes in Industrial and Office in the Greater Houston area. CCRE is the exclusive affiliate broker for WarehouseFinder.NET in Houston, TX.


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  • library_books Dock High Loading - Convert an Existing Facility
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    Posted by Eric Hughes,
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    Building with Single Dock Well ConversionWarehouse space by its nature is designed to house material and products for either distribution, manufacture or some combination thereof.  The distribution and receiving part of this equation…

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  • library_books Buildings For Sale - Commercial property by type
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on May 14, 2011 and Updated on August 18, 2019
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    When looking at buildings for sale, it is important that the business owner understand the types of commercial property for sale in the market. 

    Warehouse or Industrial:  These are typically for distribution or manufacturing and can be constructed of metal or masonry materials.  Crane served manufacturing warehouses are typically metal buildings.  Warehouse can be grade level, semi-dock (2’ high) or dock level (4’ high).

    Flex Buildings:  Flex space is a hybrid of office and light industrial warehouse/tech space.  This property type caters to laboratories, computer and technical companies and instrument or data-logging industries. 

    Office Property:  Self explanatory except that single story business parks often provide very nice office space for less rent than the typical multi-story office building.

    Retail:  Again, self explanatory.  Retail options come in many shapes and sizes.  The latest trend is lifestyle center with outdoor walkways and park settings versus the old Mall style projects.

    These are a few very basic types of property to consider when looking at buildings for sale.

    Looking for Warehouse, Office or other space in Houston or elsewhere? Needing to renew your lease?

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  • library_books Typical Selection Criteria - Warehouse for Lease, Rent or Sale
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    thumbnail photo of large dock high warehouseIf you are considering renting, leasing or purchasing a warehouse facility and would like to get off to the best start possible, I advise taking ample time to define your needs in a facility. Here are some specific criteria to consider…

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  • library_books Full Service Lease - Types of Commercial Leases - Part 3
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailFull Service Lease - Generally applicable to multi-tenant office buildings, this lease has one monthly rate and covers all the costs associated with the property including electrical, janitorial, management, property taxes and property insurance…

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  • library_books Triple Net (NNN) - Types of Commercial Leases - Part 2
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailTriple NNN or Triple Net - A NNN lease is set up to have the Tenant pay a base rental amount each month to the Landlord.  In addition to the base rent, the Tenant also reimburses the Landlord monthly for the tenant’s pro-rata share of certain estimated expenses (“reimbursables”)…

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  • library_books Industrial Gross Lease - Types of Commercial Leases - Part 1
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThubnailIndustrial Gross Lease - This lease type is common in multi-tenant industrial properties. This warehouse lease type requires the tenant to pay one base monthly rent which covers the property expenses, management and Common Area Maintenance (CAM).

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  • library_books Dock High Loading - Picture with Definition
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    Photo Illustration of Dock High buildingDock high - Where the height of the slab at the bottom of the overhead door is approximately 4 feet above the ground level.  This is a standard height for most shipping containers,..

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  • library_books Why Use a Commercial Real Estate Brokerage
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on September 23, 2010 and Updated on August 17, 2019
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    Market Knowledge 

    As seasoned commercial real estate brokers, we have a firm grasp on our market. We know which buildings are available, understand restrictions, zoning, are aware of proposed developments and are up to date on comparable sales or rents.

    Experienced Negotiators 


    With 100’s of transactions negotiated, we are experts at closing a deal. Our specialty is “thinking outside the box” to get deals done that may be difficult.

    Contracts/Document Understanding 


    Having vast experience with commercial earnest money and lease contracts helps prevent many legal hurdles that arise when the client’s attorney gets the documentation. Also, we make suggestions and point out red flags to legal counsel to avoid problems for our clients.

    Financing 

    Seller notes, bridge loans, mezz loans, conventional, SBA, Seller seconds…we have seen it all and have relationships with lenders which have money to lend at competitive rates. Most of all they are familiar with the Houston Market.

    Understanding Construction 

    Not all commercial real estate brokers understand different types of commercial construction and the advantages/disadvantages of each as well as related reproduction costs. Since we also do development, we have seen what goes into a new building.

    Loyalty 

    Above all, we are here to look out for your interests. As many of our clients will attest, if we feel the deal is not right for you, we will tell you. Our success comes from repeat business and referrals. Unhappy clients do not make for long term success.

    Let our experience, knowledge and loyalty work for you.

    Looking for Warehouse or Office space in Houston?

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  • library_books Types Of Commercial Real Estate Leases
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    The Cogs of Industrial Leasing ThumbnailIn my 29 years of commercial real estate leasing, both in warehouse and office, I have seen hundreds of lease documents with many arrangements of rent and responsibilities. The basic and most used leases are as follows…

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  • library_books An Agent Will Qualify You - You Can Also Qualify Yourself!
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on September 23, 2010 and Updated on August 18, 2019
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    Qualify Qualify Qualify

    A commercial real estate will qualify clients - as a prospective buyer/tenant, you should spend a bit of time to assess yourself in terms of qualifying for a real estate purchase or lease…

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  • library_books Entering Into a Commercial Lease Agreement - A Guide From a Broker
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    Two Guys Talking Real Estate in a WarehouseOverview 

    Committing to a lease for 3, 5, 7, or 10 years is a monumental consideration for a business. Whether that is moving into the first property or from one location to another, entering into any commercial lease agreement can be stressful, time-consuming, and requires adequate research and qualified commercial real estate brokers, attorneys, and possibly even engineers to determine the most suitable location(s)…

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  • library_books 6 Tips When Looking To Purchase Land
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on September 23, 2010 and Updated on August 18, 2019
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    The following are a few of about 40 checklist items we typically cover in our due diligence when assisting clients:

    • Zoning/deed restrictions - Be sure any applicable zoning or restrictions allow for your business use 
    • Access - The property needs to be easily accessed from major thoroughfares and delivery trucks should be able to navigate the roadways to your warehouse 
    • Taxes and POA’s - Compare property tax rates as MUD’s and other U.D.’s can increase the tax rate significantly. Also Property Owner Associations may assess annual fees to keep the property mowed and cover some common electric 
    • Elevation - While many properties lie outside 500 and 100 year flood zones, they still may hold water after heavy rains or get run off from adjacent property. Do your homework, interview adjacent property owners and get a good topographic survey 
    • Detention - In many counties, the Flood Management District will require a developer install storm water detention onsite to control water runoff. This can eat up 15% or more of your useable area. Some master planned business parks have the detention in place for the entire development and your land could be used entirely for your improvements with no detention required 
    • Utilities - A buyer needs to confirm that his prospective site has access to sanitary sewer, water and storm water outfall. If a water well and/or septic system are to be used, be sure all required installation distances, spray field, and local government requirements can be met 

    Looking for Warehouse, Office or other space in Houston of elsewhere?

    Centermark Commercial Real Estate specializes in Industrial and Office in the Greater Houston area. CCRE is the exclusive affiliate broker for WarehouseFinder.NET in Houston, TX.

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  • library_books Warehouse Loading Types
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on September 23, 2010 and Updated on August 18, 2019
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    Distribution, manufacturing, service, fabrication, storage and many other uses occupy millions of warehouses around the world. Goods go in, goods go out, machinery goes in, machinery goes out - and on and on.

    Understanding the types of access to these warehouses is imperative when evaluating business needs and alternative facilities available. In this article we will explore several widely used loading types.

    Dock High 

    Dock high loading is synonymous with distribution and storage. Whether uses in distribution centers or port handling facilities, dock loading facilities are a necessity when unloading and loading contents from and to over the road containers. True dock loading and the most preferred is accomplished when the truck court is at natural ground level and the warehouse floor is at or near 48” in height.

    Semi-Dock or 1/2 Dock 

    Semi-Dock is almost always at 24” in height, hence the name 1/2 dock. or half dock. This type of loading is mainly used to transfer product between the warehouse and standard short box trucks (UPS type) and/or standard pickups/delivery trucks.

    Grade Level 

    Grade level loading is when the overhead door entry is at or very near the level of the natural grade level of the truck court. Grade level loading is necessary for fork lift access to the truck court or yard to access trailers and transfer product. Grade level loading is also required for facilities which have mandatory truck/trailer access to the interior of the building. Quasi grade level loading can be accomplished with a dock high slab by adding a ramp down to grade/natural ground level.

    Exterior Docks 

    If adequate yard area exists, a grade level building can incorporate dock access by adding an exterior built up dock, at 24” or 48”, with a ramp down either in the yard or into the warehouse.

    Dock Well 

    Also in a grade level building, dock access can be achieved by installing a dock well, to 24” or 48” or both. The dock well is a ramp down into the ground usually meeting the slab of the building. This loading type enables the building to utilize its natural grade level attributes while incorporating true dock level transfer with a tractor trailer.

    Looking for Warehouse or Office space in Houston?

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  • library_books Property Due Diligence Guide
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    Posted by Eric Hughes, on September 23, 2010 and Updated on August 18, 2019
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    So you found your perfect office and/or warehouse. It is the right square footage, has adequate ceiling heights and yard area and is in a good location. You just went under contract at the Title Company. Now what?

    Now the real important work begins. There will almost always be several buildings that fit your requirement, however finding the one with few to no issues is a different story. Many brokers feel their work is done once the property is under contract. This is far from the truth. A good commercial broker shines once the contract clock starts ticking.

    Free items first 

    While there are numerous due diligence items which have to be handled, I always put the questions on the top of the checklist which won’t cost my client anything to get answered. That way if my Buyer can’t live with these he won’t waste money on phase one environmental studies, appraisals and further attorney fees.

    Physical inspection of the property is more than just looking at the obvious components of the warehouse and or office as the roof, structure, paving, electrical and mechanical systems. The ones that can be missed are indications of standing water near the building which may be caused from poor drainage. Does the roof drain to one side or does it collect in the middle of the building in a gutter, which may be problematic. If you have an office building, do you have enough parking, adequate and efficient HVAC? Does the building meet ADA codes? If an office warehouse, is the truck court adequate, is there enough power, is the rail siding up to the rail provider’s specs? The structural, MEP and environmental studies should be handled by licensed professionals…however they often miss issues. A second set of eyes is important.

    Documents contained in the Seller deliveries and the title commitment are the first to get tackled. While attorney consultation is a must with contract and commitment review, a quality broker can make valuable suggestions that an attorney may miss and then can evaluate. The title commitment should provide copies of any recorded deed restrictions on the property which may be problematic. At this stage local zoning should also be confirmed for the same reason. Encumbrances evidenced in the commitment may also be revealed such as an easement which may prohibit the Buyers intended use. Again a good real estate attorney is important at this point.

    Looking for Warehouse or Office space in Houston?

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