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What do I need to know when closing on the sale of a commercial property?

Closing on the sale of a commercial property is an important milestone, and it is important to be prepared. Here are some things you need to know when closing on the sale of a commercial property:

Review the closing documents carefully. The closing documents are the legal documents that transfer ownership of the property from you to the buyer. It is important to review these documents carefully before signing them to make sure that they are accurate and complete.

Pay the closing costs. Closing costs are the fees associated with the sale of the property, such as title insurance, appraisal fees, and attorney fees. You will need to pay these costs at closing.
Deliver the property to the buyer. This includes providing the buyer with the keys to the property and any other necessary documentation.

Sign the closing documents. Once you have reviewed and signed all of the closing documents, the sale will be complete and the buyer will become the new owner of the property.

Here are some additional tips for closing on the sale of a commercial property:

  • Start preparing for closing early. This will give you plenty of time to gather all of the necessary documentation and to resolve any issues that may arise.
  • Work with an experienced commercial real estate attorney. An attorney can help you understand the closing process and protect your interests.
  • Be prepared to negotiate. Closing costs and other terms of the sale may be negotiable, so be prepared to discuss these issues with the buyer.
  • Communicate with the buyer. Keep the buyer informed of your progress and be responsive to any questions they may have.

By following these tips, you can help to ensure a smooth and successful closing on the sale of your commercial property.

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