Buyer and Seller Representation

Buyers and Sellers each share some obvious similarities. However, each has very specific and defined differences as well. Understanding the dynamics associated with each transaction and the intricacies of each type of property can only be obtained through simply working with multiple assets over time. Phoenix Commercial Properties Inc. has experience in every sector and type of commercial real estate from land, investment properties and vacant buildings to less common advisory services in 1031 Exchanges, build-to-suits, resource rights, renewable energy, auctions and donations.

The Buyer Cycle

Phoenix Commercial Properties, Inc. follows a very specific process to identify and obtain the optimum property for your needs.  Each transaction is unique, but the cycle remains the same for a local investment or a multi-site, multi-state or international search.  






50 Factors to Consider When Buying & Selling Land

I. General Site Conditions

  • Alta survey/legal description
  • Size and shape of property
  • Topography
  • Subdivision status
  • Assemblage
  • Adjoining Land Uses
  • Existing & proposed Land Uses
  • Growth Patterns: Proposed & Projected
  • Visibility issues
  • Accessibility
  • Roadway orientation
  • Relationship to street grade
  • Traffic signals
  • Speed limit
  • Going home/work side
  • Traffic counts

II. Environmental

  • Water
  • Storm drainage
  • Vegetation
  • Soil/geotechnical
  • Hazardous substances
  • Wetlands
  • Endangered species

III. Governmental Regulations

  • Land Planning, zoning & Regulations
  • Zoning & subdivisions regulations
  • Building Codes
  • Moratoriums

IV. Utilities and City Services

  • Water
  • Wastewater
  • Electricity
  • Gas
  • Telephone
  • Police & fire protections
  • Solid waste disposal

V. Legal Considerations

  • Tile Conditions
  • Easements and right-of-ways
  • Liens
  • Assessments
  • Mineral Rights
  • Property Taxes
  • Income Tax

VI. Regional Inventory

  • Demographics
  • Community facilities

VII. Development Structure

  • Ownership structure
  • Financing
  • Price & Sales Comparables

VIII. Land Management and Income Possibilities

  • Land Management
  • Income Opportunities
  • Property Enhancement
  • Subdivision and Partial Sale