24 June 2012

Information is needed about Commercial Real Estate in Tooele UT

More information is needed about Commercial Real Estate in Tooele UT. Commercial property demands more specific information than residential listings do in order for buyers or sellers to make an informed evaluation of investment property.

Typical listings of Industrial, retail, and development properties in Tooele and the surrounding areas of Grantsville & Stansbury Park fail to fill in all the blanks and leave buyers needing more information about features important to their circumstance.

That's why you need a team with experience to represent you in any Commercial Real Estate transaction. Experience like you find @ Group1 Real Estate & Group1 Consulting.

When evaluating these recent commercial listings in Tooele, we would find out:

  • Power Supply: What is the extent of supply in building & ways to upgrade.
  • Rail Siding: Is the siding shown in picture operational? Schedule?
  • Zoning: What uses are allowable? Will zoning allow additional structures on property?
  • Ceiling Height: Important storage information, fork lift requirements.
  • Overhead Doors: How much clearance available?

These are just a few of the potential pieces of information that could be important to Buyers, Sellers, Tenants, Banks etc as they evaluate investment potential of Commercial Real Estate in Tooele UT.

TOOELE COMMERCIAL LISTINGS

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MLS #1093219
$179,000
Large 12,000 sq foot building. Ceiling Height is 14'6". Roof was replaced 5 years ago.

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MLS #1099658
$730,000
Prime location in Tooele. Can be used as retail/office space/ medical building. Build to suit - property is vacant and holds perfect opportunity for personalization. 5,500 sq ft (can be divided into 5 offices or used as one large office). Buyer to verify all

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To discuss why more information is needed about Commercial Real Estate in Tooele UT call Chris or Michael Sloan 840-5029.

 

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