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Find commercial real estate for sale, lease or rent. Send your Lakeside Office Park requirements to our local brokers and agents. Your company or firm may need a broker and agent to locate commercial properties near an airport, downtown or in one of the industrial parks. Companies and firms can use our Corporate Relocation Service. Our Realtors will provide multiple listing information on Lakeside Office Park, warehouse rentals, office space prices, resort hotels, motels, medical buildings, business property values, industrial land, 1031 exchange opportunities and rental warehouses.

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If you want to buy or sell an office building, logistics distribution warehousing, dry storage buildings or manufacturing facilities in any area, a local Realtor will help you find the best value realty and prepare a Request for Proposal (RFP). We offer consulting services to owners, landlords and sellers, including sales market valuation and a detailed marketing proposal.

They will help you find the most suitable properties for rent, sale, lease or sublease. Your Lakeside Office Park search will include MLS listing databases shared by cooperating brokers, available business Multiple Listing Service, developments, 1031 exchange properties and private listings for rent, purchase and property for lease. Our members serve principals leasing, renting, buying or selling commercial property. Our brokers and agents help owners, developers, buyers and tenants.

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Commercial property investing not for faint hearted
A fortune can be made in commercial property, but first time investors should be aware of the risks and do their research, experts say.

Commercial property investing not for faint hearted
A fortune can be made in commercial property, but first time investors should be aware of the risks and do their research, experts say.

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Commercial property now less risky: RBNZ
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