I have been buying and selling commercial and residential properties for the past 15 years.
I honestly started off in the dealer as a normal building dealer and then I started buying and selling properties.
One of the reasons why I do so well in the dealer is due to the fact that I was a dealer first. I can tell when something is not up to code, and a lot of realtors don’t have that exact knowledge like the way I do. It means I can save money sometimes by making a fantastic decision not to buy a property. I recently made a fantastic decision not to buy a commercial property… The 35,000 sq ft building was in need of a current roof. I knew it was going to cost a pretty good amount of money to replace the roof of the building, but the owner of the property gave me a quote from a dealer that was unreasonably low. I decided to contact a couple of odd commercial roofing companies to see how much it would particularly cost to replace the roof of the building. When I put all of the estimates together, I abruptly came to the realization that the quote I received from the property owner was a major sham. There was legitimately no way that the roofing dealer was only going to charge that amount of money to replace the roof when I was getting estimates twice that much. I didn’t get legitimately fantastic vibes from the owner in the first place and after hearing about the roof, I knew it wasn’t a fantastic idea to purchase that unique commercial property.