Negotiating the sale of a commercial property is a tricky endeavor. For starters, there are plenty of factors to consider including how much the asset is worth, what is its profit potential, whether the property already has tenancy in place, etc. To a lot of buyers, these factors can be the cause of significant anxiety, but for a savvy business owner, these are simply opportunities to negotiate a better deal.
Here are a four essential tips for tackling Vancouver commercial property for sale negotiations and how you can use them to achieve a lower price tag and other more favorable purchase terms.
Never negotiate a deal on your own
The first thing you need to decide on is who will represent you. Having an intermediary such as a lawyer or business broker is a good choice when dealing with a seller. Read more from this blog: