HAVE – Investment property buyer client for West Michigan properties that are well maintained, fully leased to a creditworthy tenant (or tenants) with a minimum 5 years lease term remaining (longer preferred). This brokerage assignment will involve one or more buildings totaling approximately $2.3 Million.  If you own such an investment property or would consider selling and leasing back your corporate building [...]
Michigan Commercial Properties is currently working with a National Franchise drive thru & sit down restaurant client launching in Michigan. We are reviewing opportunities to buy or lease land, lease existing retail end cap space,  or to-be-constructed end cap space starting in the following counties: Kent County (Greater Grand Rapids, MI area), Ingham County (Lansing-Okemos area), Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area). Only the best traffic and demographic areas will be conside [...]

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On Tuesday, Oct 28th Michigan Commercial Properties hosted an informative training event for area CPAs and Accredited Investors entitled “Oil & Gas Taxation”. The event took place at the corporate conference facility of Mercantile Bank in downtown Grand Rapids. All attendees were treated to lunch, and CPAs received 2 Continuing Education credits. One of our very successful Oil & Gas sponsors, US Energy, provided an expert overview of investment oppor [...]
For Immediate Release, February 22, 2013 New larger Sears store concept brokered by Michigan Commercial Properties in Big Rapids, Michigan  After many years in Big Rapids, Michigan,  the Sears Hometown store is going to supersize by upgrading their franchise format and by moving back to 14305 Northland Drive in their newly renovated original location. Sears recently approved an expanded version of their Sears Hometown stores that it calls “ Sears Appliance & Hardw [...]
For Immediate Release, January 18, 2013 Michigan Realtor Champions for Governmental Change and Everyone Wins  Governor Snyder signed the Senate Bill 972 on December 28, 2012 which took nearly ten months of dedication and was a direct result of Realtor Mark Baker's request to Michigan State Senator Dave Hildenbrand's office. This bill addres [...]
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  1. Install professionally designed and produced for lease sign
  2. Put your pylon to work as a leasing sign
  3. Ask yourself what type of tenant would want to be here and look for them-canvassing
  4. Use the Yellow Pages to brainstorm types of tenants
  5. Mobilize your people resources – trade area blitzing
  6. Utilize business opportunity meetings
  7. Attend and cultivate franchise opportunities – trade shows
  8. Use direct and mass m [...]
Why would a potential customer hire a commercial real estate broker? The answer is simple. These transactions take knowledge, up-to-date information, networks of contacts and very good negotiating skills to complete the project. A layperson would not normally have all of these attributes, which are needed to pull off the deal. An example would be a property that has been on the market for an extended period of time. There has to be a reason the property has not sold or b [...]
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