When you are listing commercial property for any reason, there are different things to look at and question. There are matters relating to the client, the property, and the precinct. We designed this listing chart to help you ask questions in reviewing the property listing.
In sales, leasing, or property management (and perhaps property management especially) there are things to investigate and review. Of course, every property is unique and different.
This real estate agent chart below will help you with the listing process and the questions around that.
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Where Do You Start Property Investigations?
Look for all the strengths and weaknesses in the property that you are about to list. Ask the questions and then go deeper into any active categories. Take your photos, and make plenty of notes. You never know when you will have to rely on your listing facts and investigations.
You can break down the elements of a property into the categories of:
- Financial income and expenditure streams
- Maintenance and function
- Physical design and layout
- Operational issues
- Location and precinct
- Environment and heritage
- Leases and other occupancy papers
- Documentation for the property and tenant-landlord relationship
- Occupancy and tenant mix
- Risk and critical dates
- Investment performance
- Vacancy factors
Chart for Agents in Listing Property
The chart below will help you with that. From this listing chart, you can ask deeper questions, and or do your own investigations. It is important that you can get to all the property facts and precinct issues. Some clients won’t tell you everything about their property; that is why your diligence in the listing process is so important.
There will be strengths and weaknesses with every property, so ask questions, take plenty of notes and photos. Get the brokerage listing chart right here.