Office buildings or office space can be as simple as a residential home in a business district or as complex as a Class A office tower..
Retail properties generally range from individual shops to large neighborhood retail centers.
Industrial Properties include manufacturing, warehousing and distribution centers.
These residential income properties that are leased to multiple tenants, range from a small condominium to a large apartment complex. .
Lodging and destination properties that can be utilized for income, tax relief and appreciation.
Includes agricultural acreage used primarily for food-product production and/or recreational activities.
Properties that are zoned for a combination of multiple uses, such as residential, retail, office and entertainment.
Limited to a specific or unique use, such as place of worship, theater, school, etc.
Commercial transactions with relatively small market capitalization, such as “main street” or smaller owner-operated businesses.