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A career in the commercial real estate market as a broker or agent can be both lucrative and rewarding. As an agent or broker, you will help investors that are looking to buy commercial real estate, by showing them buildings and helping them appraise the value of those spaces.

Once you are hired, you will browse the listings and take your client to see what buildings are for sale. Then you can help walk them through the process of getting a loan from the bank. If the bank agrees to lend them the money, you will then help them understand the terms and conditions of their contract.

Some agents also help clients find offices to rent. In this case, they help clients browse listings and then negotiate the terms of the lease on the commercial property.

While a college degree is not required to be a real estate agent, you will need to get a license. Many real estate offices will offer to pay for your training if you agree to work for their company or firm. You could also decide to pay your own way and open your own office. You will need to be careful about what license you get though, as a commercial license is different from a residential license.

While the market can be fickle, there is a great opportunity to make a lot of money in the real estate industry. Talk to local agencies and brokers to learn more about this exciting career, and decide if it’s the right choice for you.

Our association represents realtors who focus on investment and commercial properties in the Hilo area and across the US. Commercial Property Investment is a great investment in the Hilo community.
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Hawaii Land Realty Corp Write review for this local business
57 E Kawailani St, Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 959-1117  
C and H Properties Write review for this local business
65-1227A Opelo Rd Ste 1, Kamuela, HI 96743
(808) 885-6044  
Deluz & Associates REI LLC Write review for this local business
68-1805 Pau Nani St, Waikoloa, HI 96738
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Rock Solid Investments Write review for this local business
74-5587 Alapa St, Kailua Kona, HI 96740
(808) 331-1520  
Cj Kimberly Realtors Write review for this local business
75-5875 Kahakai Rd Ste A, Kailua Kona, HI 96740
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ATR Properties Inc Write review for this local business
75-5660 Kopiko St Ste A5, Kailua Kona, HI 96740
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Livingston Realty Write review for this local business
79-7378 Mamalahoa Hwy, Kealakekua, HI 96750
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Investing in commercial real estate often involves finding sales brokers and agents with the latest property listings, banks and lending firms that can give you the loans that you need for leases, rental, and for sale property, and getting appraisals for your property to make sure that you are getting a good deal. When you contact the commercial investment real estate companies' offices, ask them how long they have been in business. Those with several years of experience should have connections that can help you get the latest property listings for parks, land, rooms, offices with views, and other space from auctions. Make sure the sales brokers and agents have their real estate licenses before you hire the firms. If you are looking for leases in a building, ask them about the terms and conditions of the lease. You should also do this when you are renting rental property. Ask the company if they have an appraisal department that can determine how much office buildings, lands, and high rises are worth for developers. Regardless of whether you are renting or leasing the property, many people need a lending company or bank that can give them loans to pay the high prices of property in the current market. Before investing, you will want to make sure that the agencies have the property for sale and loans arranged so that you can determine how much you can make off the deal. Get the contact information of everyone at the agencies and firms that you deal with so that you can contact them easily in the future.