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Buying Activity on Commercial Property in Southeast Texas has Jumped

written by Lee Wheeler Over the last three months, we have seen an explosion in buying activity in Southeast Texas. Currently, Erica Goss and I have nine properties under contract and are negotiating four others. Along with this we are having serious talks with several other potential buyers. For a larger market that is not […]

Time to sell? Price matters, but here are five additional components

By Lee Y. Wheeler, III, CCIM, President of Wheeler Commercial   Commercial real estate values are at or near their historical peak in many markets. But even in cases where prices have yet to fully recover or simply remain flat, now could still be the right time to sell. The reality with this or any […]

Wheeler Commercial Wins Contract with City of Beaumont

Beaumont, Texas – February 24, 2017 – Wheeler Commercial will be the sole commercial broker for all City of Beaumont property listings. “We take great pride in working with the City of Beaumont and we hope to continue this great relationship for years to come,” said Lee Wheeler, broker at Wheeler Commercial. Of the 8 […]

Be Aggressive in Getting Commercial Tenants

At all times, good or bad, we must aggressively search for replacement tenants. A month’s rent from a vacant unit can never be recovered. Just running expensive advertising for this space can be nonproductive. A better way might be to have a professional management company that keeps all local brokers who specialize in leasing informed […]

Flexibility In Selling a Property

Selling a house is usually the same everywhere. The building and the land are sold together. In rare occasions, the land is leased but the structure is sold. This is not the case with commercial property and apartments. It can be done several ways. Of course, the easiest way is to sell the whole property […]

Commercial Tenants Go Underground

In and around Kansas City, Missouri are more than 50 underground facilities that provide 19 million feet of commercial space. In the whole state of Missouri, underground facilities account for more than 31 million square feet. There are underground commercial properties in various parts of the country. What Are The Uses? Subterranean facilities are used by […]

10 CRE Terms You Need to Know

Whether you own or rent your office space, property costs are one of the largest business overhead expenses. That’s why it’s important to comprehend the full ramifications of taking over the title to a property or entering into a lease agreement. Before you sign a lease, work with a commercial real estate broker with a […]
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Your Real Estate Investment

Knowing what you can do in some investment situations can be the difference between an annual profit or loss in your currently owned commercial property or the one you intend to acquire. How you acquire it can be important. The professional commercial real estate broker is in the position to represent a client in real […]

Commercial Developments in Rights of Way

In many metropolitan areas, commercial land for development is in very short supply.  Developers are converting older warehousing to shopping areas, demolishing existing buildings to build new projects in areas in transition. However, there may be many hundreds or even thousands of parcels of property that have been overlooked. Many are ready for commercial development […]

Acquiring Real Estate Investments

Knowing what you can do in some investment situations can be the difference between an annual profit or loss in your currently owned commercial property or the one you intend to acquire. How you acquire it can be important. The professional commercial real estate broker is in the position to represent a client in real […]
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