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Commercial real estate

In today’s competitive commercial real estate market, a commercial real estate expert is the partner you need to make sure you get the best deal possible. With our expertise and knowledge of local markets it’s our job to get you maximum value – while minimizing headaches. Here are some tips to help you along the way.

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Be fully prepared to buy. Have a REALTOR® on your team. If you’re buying, selling or leasing commercial real estate, a commercial REALTOR® can make it easier.

Your local REALTOR® will help you find a commercial property that meets your needs perfectly. Get started here by searching for a commercial REALTOR® who can help you whether you are buying, selling or leasing commercial…

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Commercial real estate Newfoundland and Labrador

While commercial real estate in Newfoundland and Labrador represents a smaller percentage of the overall market, economic growth in St. John’s, especially in terms of the oil and gas sector, is likely to stimulate greater activity in the future. This, according to the new 2022 Commercial Real Estate Report from RE/MAX Canada. Emergence from the depths of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the slow but steadily improving economic picture has helped to bolster job growth in the province, with employment trending upward, while unemployment trends downward, hovering just below 12 per cent. 

Most employees are back to work and have been for some time. St. John’s did not experience as big a shift to work-from-home arrangements that were…

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If you’re starting a business and need commercial space or if you’ve outgrown the space you are in, then it’s critical that you consider several factors before you sign your lease.

Key Lease Clauses

First of all, give careful thought to how long you think the new premises will meet your business needs. You don’t want to be saddled with a lease that’s too long if you think you’ll need more space in a few years. For the same token, you don’t want a lease that is too short because once it has expired, the landlord is under no obligation to renew it. Pay careful attention as well to any clauses relating to extending or renewing the lease beyond the initial term.

Also look for a lease that allows you to sublease or assign…

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After more than 18 months of working from home, the Canadian workforce is expected to return to offices across the country in some capacity in the near future. This includes new or growing businesses looking to set down roots in a physical workspace for meetings and day-to-day operations.

While there’s been a lot of uncertainty around making long-term office plans during the pandemic, companies are now starting to make decisions about the type of space they need.

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