Industrial Property for Sale– Sure, But is the Price Right?


When you’ve got an industrial property for sale, one of the most important factors is determining a sale

price for that property. If the asking price is too high, the property will gather cobwebs before it is sold. If

it’s too low, the property may sell quickly but you won’t recoup your original investment. So, how do you

know if you’ve priced your property right?

In order to decide on a price for your property, you must first determine your property’s value. There are

two main ways to accomplish pricing industrial properties for sale: due diligence and comparative market


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