When looking to buy real estate investors look for what is feasible and that results in achieving maximum use and legal permissibility for their money. To do this, they must undertake a market analysis to determine the highest and best use of the property.

Before you spend any money on your commercial investment property questions that should be answered and Items that can be considered as a test of the highest and best use. They include the following items.

Can you afford it?

Construction and improvement costs can escalate well beyond your initial estimate. Do you have they have the funds to afford the cost of construction for the land of an improved design to achieve this?

Is it legal?

Can you get development approval for the legal use of vacant land? In other words, does the vacant land have the zoning for it? Have you checked with the local council or your town planner or architect?

Does the property have the size shape topography and physically appropriately supported? Specifically, are you legally permitted do it?

What are the risks?

Are there any risks involved in doing it?  Does your highest and best use analysis show that demand is increasing? Have your feasibility studies confirmed that the construction or building improvement results in the highest return for your investment?

Is the investment property an improvement?

To begin with, have you spoken to any specialised commercial real estate agents in the area for a real estate appraisal? In addition, have you discussed any recent sales or leases confirming good demand for your proposed project? Specifically, will the result indeed result as the property as improved to the more significant market?

Conclusion

To summerise, are you getting the maximum return for your commercial investment property? In addition, does your feasibility analysis verify it is supported financially feasible and results in maximal productivity and the highest possible performance for your investment?

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