Industrial Real Estate FAQs – What’s the Difference between Leasing and Renting?0

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real-estate-101In the world of industrial real estate, properties are sold, purchased, or leased. Or are they rented? It’s a question we’re often asked here at Miller Industrial Properties in northern Nevada – what’s the difference between leasing and renting? Here’s what to know about the distinction. … Read more →

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4 Benefits to Leasing Industrial Real Estate0

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real-estate-101When it comes to the decision of leasing or buying industrial real estate, there are a number of factors at play. There are many, many reasons that a business might choose to lease instead of opting to buy. And as it happens, there can be advantages to the tenant life. Here are four benefits to leasing industrial real estate.Read more →

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Three Questions to Ask an Agent Before an Industrial Lease0

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miller-industrial-properties-buy-or-lease-industrial-real-estateThe right agent can truly make or break an industrial real estate transaction. Fortunately, you have the final say over the agent who will ultimately best suit your needs. After you’ve decided an industrial lease is the right course of action, and after you’ve availed yourself of free valuable resources, spend some time finding the right agent for your needs. Almost always, you will be best served by an experienced agent with a demonstrative track record of success in transactions similar to yours. Do not rush this process. And as you mull your options, make a point of answering potential agents these three questions.Read more →

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The Key to Finding the Right Industrial Real Estate Agent1

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commercial-property-stand-out-in-a-crowdA real estate license alone mean is no guarantee that an agent is qualified to perform industrial or commercial real estate services for your business. Truly, that’s the lowest hurdle that needs to be cleared, as all real estate agents are required to maintain a valid real estate license to operate legally in a state. Holding that license does not make an agent an expert. What does is unique to the transaction. Here’s the key to finding the right industrial real estate agent.Read more →

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Information Your Agent Needs Before the Industrial Property Search0

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tipping-hand-miller-industrial-properties-renoWe’ve written before about the fact that an industrial real estate agent is contractually obligated to represent the best interests of his clients. But what isn’t as well understood is that it’s the clients themselves who hold all the cards necessary for the agent to do a thorough, successful job. Clients can set their agents – and themselves – up for the best possible outcome by being honest and direct in all aspects, from the very beginning. This is the information your agents needs before the industry property search begins. … Read more →

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The Best Way to Minimize Tenant Risk in Industrial Real Estate0

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miller-industrial-avoiding-tenant-riskAt first glance, an industrial real estate transaction very much seems like a win or lose scenario. Either the landlord got the better deal, or the tenant did. A bit of experience in the industrial real estate field quickly reveals that’s not actually how it works, but this win/lose scenario does create opportunity for the biggest risk a tenant can take. It’s common, yet avoidable. The biggest risk any industrial or commercial tenant can take, willfully or otherwise, is to enter any phase of the lease transaction without adequate representation. Here’s why it’s a situation best avoided. … Read more →

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4 Essential Tips for New Tenants in Northern Nevada0

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lease-agreement-with-keysNew businesses negotiating an industrial or commercial lease for the first time – or the first time in a long time – can find the experience truly overwhelming. It’s a normal reaction to the fact that a lease is a long-term fixed expense, and it can truly make or break the success of your business. Recognizing the weight that a lease will have is a good sign – it can set you up for a positive experience, along with these four tips for new tenants in northern Nevada (or anywhere). … Read more →

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5 Reasons to Leave Industrial Real Estate Negotiations to the Pros0

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miller-industrial-properties-navigating-landlord-tenant-relationshipThere are multiple moving targets during an industrial real estate transaction, and one of the trickiest components is often the negotiation. Compare it to navigating a minefield – one false step and the whole thing could blow up completely. Unless you have extensive personal experience negotiating industrial real estate deals, you’re likely in over your head. The other side of the table will certainly have significant experience and representation, and it’s in your best interests to have the same. Here are five reasons to leave industrial real estate negotiations to the pros.Read more →

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Environmental Concerns in Older Industrial Buildings0

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Industrial Real Estate and Q4 2012 Market ReportNew, cutting-edge buildings have their advantages, but older industrial and commercial buildings can surprise you. Many of them boast unique characteristics that make them worth a second look for a wide range of industries. Still, there are environmental concerns in older industrial buildings that should be carefully factored, as potential liability issues down the line could bring a big economic hit. Before you move forward with an older industrial building, here are a pair of environmental issues to consider.Read more →

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Industrial Warehouse Classifications1

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miller-industrial-properties-warehouse-classificationsThere’s a surprising amount of variation in the world of warehouses, and it’s not something you may notice until you find yourself in need of one. The next step is a thorough education in what makes one warehouse different from another so that you can be very clear on which one suits your needs now and into the future. A good source of that information? An experienced agent. But before you start begin that search, here’s what to know about warehouse classifications in northern Nevada.Read more →

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