We exude credibility, commitment, and sheer enthusiasm in our unmatched devotion to our clients! Let our extensive market knowledge, strong work ethic, and experiences having lived here our entire lives to to work for you to get you the best price for your commercial space while treating you like you are family!
We build our business on results! In 2019 just like every previous year we are proud to say we are #1 in Haywood and all of WNC! We sold every commercial space we could get our hands on in 2019 and are looking to doing the same in 2020! Inventory is low and this is a great time to sell! We would love to list your commercial space and take it from sale to SOLD!
Being local and loving of Haywood County provides Team Breese Re/Max Executive a vast understanding and expertise of our local market. We are proud sons of our local community, and are deeply rooted with the ways of the people, land, and environment of Western North Carolina.
We take pride in supporting our locals, and are always ready and willing to help shape the local/regional business environment. No matter if you’re moving here, buying, selling, leasing, or looking to manage commercial property in Western North Carolina, then you can count on Team Breese to be a great local point in knowledgable, compassionate, creative solutions in commercial real estate.
Are you in need of commercial real estate brokerage? Then please feel free to call us today!
If you’re looking to lease commercial real estate, but want more than a touch and go process, then Team Breese are exactly the agents that you’re looking for!
We handle all desired type of properties, ranging in:
- Land for sale
- Multifamily apartments
- Office space
- Industrial property
- Plus much more
We can help navigate a contract on behalf of a landlord or tenant that creates a relationship for either, or, both. This will be a contractually binding agreement that will grant rights to possession of property, which usually results in a periodic payment called rent.
Commercial real estate consists of property that is used for a workspace of business rather than a living space. It is mostly leased to tenants to conduct business, and includes retailers of all kinds:
- Office space
- Strip malls
- Convenience stores
- Plus much more
Commercial leases can run from one year to ten years or more, with office and retail space typically averaging between a five to ten year lease.
There are four type of commercial property leases:
- Single-net lease: This makes the tenant responsible for property taxes.
- Double-net (NN) lease: This makes the tenant responsible for property taxes and insurance.
- Triple-net (NNN) lease: This makes the tenant responsible for property taxes, insurance, and maintenance.
- Gross lease: In this lease, the tenant only pays rent, whereas the landlord pays for property taxes, insurance, and maintenance.
This is a common lease where a landlord builds a free-standing building that meets specifications of the client, who then becomes the sole occupant of the building. This helps in offering a streamlined method for a business to acquire a facility that meets their custom and specific needs. This could be used by all kinds of businesses from small to large.
It is typical for a landlord to own, or ground lease the lands, and they will generally have the option to re-let said building to a new tenant upon the expiration of the terms of the build-to-suit lease of the original tenant.
Build-to-suit leases are typically for a longer term than a normal lease. This is generally to allow the landlord to gain their investment back over the duration of said lease.
This typically consists of two type of agreements:
- RFP: A request for proposal is a process of development or construction agreement that defines the relationship between the tenant and landlord from the design through to the construction of the building.
- Lease agreement: Included in the lease itself, or of a work letter, this aspect focuses on a construction arrangement which is usually the key issue. It warrants close attention to both parties responsibilities.
Build-to-suit leases do present very specific sets of obstacles that both parties must face, and require very careful drafting, as well as attention to detail. If you’re in need of help with a built-to-lease arrangement, then rest assured that Team Breese can take care of the entire matter on your behalf.
If you’re in need of a real estate consultant, then Team Breese is more than capable of filling that unique role. During our time as your real estate consultant we will be involved in the process of purchasing or selling properties.
Our primary responsibility will be to provide you with assistance throughout the process of purchasing, and or selling, in order to make sure that your goals are achieved in a timely and orderly manner.
Our assistance can include the following:
- Conducting analyses on industry trends as well as possible investments.
- Evaluate the current condition of a property and consult with you on its determined worth.
At Team Breese we are equipped with fantastic analytical prowess which will help us effectively determine a property’s value. This will then help us determine how much value we can gain for you.
Our relationship will generally start with meeting a potential client to discuss their objectives. We will then look into their project, prepare research tools, set out a schedule to perform research, create a report, and then provide the client with the full scope of the project.
If you’re in need of real estate consulting, then please, call us today.
Team Breese will oversee commercial, industrial, or residential real estate.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- Detached houses
- Shopping centers
- Plus much more
Typically, the properties that we manage are owned by another party or entity. We will then make decisions about the property on behalf of the owner in order to preserve the property value while generating new income.
In addition to operating as property managers, we also provide buyer and seller agent services.
We will also help owners in the following areas:
- Create a budget
- Advertise rentals
- Qualify potential tenants
- Collect rent
- Maintain the property
- Make sure that the property stays in compliance with local landlord/tenant and real estate board laws
Other responsibilities that fall within the scope of managing a property are:
- Cleaning (interior and exterior)
- Preventative maintenance
When you’re looking to hire someone to manage your property it could be for any of the following:
- You may have rental propertied in your portfolio, but don’t have the expertise or time to maintain it, or deal with the tenants.
- Maybe you only want to invest in the property, while earning money from them
- You’re an absentee landlord
If any of these descriptions fit you, then please get in touch with Team Breese so that we can manage your property for you today!