Saturday, July 11, 2015
For Anchorage, AK residents who are looking to diversify their investment portfolio, putting their money into commercial real estate can be a risky proposition. This is because unlike residential properties, managing commercial ones can get a lot more complicated. With an apartment, you’ll only have to worry about the tenant’s experience. A strip mall or a warehouse brings into the equation things like accessibility and power concerns. That’s where property management experts like Graham Commercial Real Estate can come in to provide some help. Why Own Commercial Real Estate? The main question that has to be answered first is the reason why would you want to buy commercial real estate. There are several excellent reasons for doing so. For one thing, commercial properties are a stable long-term investment. Unlike some people who’d want to flip a house or property quickly, you aren’t concerned about the dips and rises of property prices.
Friday, July 10, 2015
Anchorage, Alaska (June 23, 2015) – Graham Commercial Real Estate is pleased to announce that it has opened a listing for a 13,485 sq. ft. warehouse in Anchorage. The property is located on a cul-de-sac in 640 E, 57th Place, on the way north to Old Seward Highway, an ideal location for commercial businesses. The warehouse has about 700 sq. ft. of office space, 2 bathrooms and a small walk-in cooler. It also features a 25-foot high ceiling mezzanine storage, five 18-ft drive-in doors, plenty of parking space, secured storage, extra van storage and a fully fenced yard with an 8-foot high fence. Other features include a complete sprinkler system, a private security system, a loading dock, and floor drains. The property was built in 1982 but still holds up to today’s standards. Metal is the main material used for construction, with a slab on grade foundation, slab flooring, and block walls which make for a sturdy structure.