Make an Office Investment; Enjoy Tax, Appreciation Potential

An office investment is a great alternative to leasing space, if you can afford it. Naturally, to buy real estate requires substantially more money down than leasing office space. The choice of space is usually substantial including business condos and entire buildings. The key advantage of buying rather than leasing is that although you are certainly expending money on the space, you are paying off a mortgage loan if you have one, enjoying numerous tax and other benefits and perhaps long-term appreciation on the real estate asset. There is also a certain satisfaction with an office investment in not turning that cash over to the landlord on a monthly basis.

If you are selling a business asset, check with your financial advisor to see if you would qualify for a 1031 exchange. Further, if you have the financial backing, right now would be a great time to buy a property at a discount.

See: Finding an Office Part 1

See: Finding an Office Part 2

See: Finding an Office Part 3

See: The Virtual Office Part 1

See: The Virtual Office Part 2

See: The Virtual Office Part 3

See: Sublease Office Space

See: Incubator Office Space

See: Buying Office Space

See: How to Evaluate a Commercial Lease? Carefully!

See: Key Commercial Real Estate Terms

Commercial Lease Terms

[Base] [Base rent] [Capital expenditures] [Common areas] [Contract rent] [Due Diligence] [Equity lease] [Fixed lease] [Flex space] [Free rent] [Government incentives] [Gross area] [Gross leasable area] [Gross lease] [Ground lease] [Index lease] [Landlord] [Land sale leaseback] [Lease] [Lease buyout] [Leased fee] [Leasehold estate] [Leasehold interest] [Lessee] [Lessor] [Load Factor] [Moving allowance] [Moving expenses] [Multiple use office space] [Net lease] [Occupancy costs] [Operating expense stop] [Operating expenses] [Percentage rent] [Rent concessions] [Rentable Area] [Rentable to usable area] [Rent escalators] [Sublease] [Tenant or lessee] [Tenant improvements or TI] [Total effective rate] [Total effective rent] [Usable Area]

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