Properly zoned undeveloped land, raw land or land that is ready for construction qualifies as Commercial land. If you want to buy, sell, lease or invest in Commercial land there are several things you need to know in order to make an informed choice.

Local zoning is the first item to look at. Just because a property is in the vicinity of other Commercial properties, it may or may not have the proper zoning for a particular Commercial enterprise use. There are differing permissible uses for each of the Commercial zoning categories.

You also need to know the governing entity's long term plans for the property's area location. Sometimes there are conflicts with the attitudes of local residents and existing business owners in the vicinity of the property. Everything that happens with a property in which there are residential neighborhoods and existing businesses, affects those neighborhoods and other businesses close to the property.

Your Century 21 Commercial Professional can help you find out these items before you make your investment and put you on the right track to reach your goals for buying, selling or leasing the property. As always, you should consult with your tax or financial advisor about specific tax and financial advice.

Ready for construction properties are typically developer improved-upon raw land with some infrastructure in place. Zoning ultimately determines the possible use of these properties.

Your Century 21 Commercial Professional will assist you in the analysis process to make sure that the land is appropriate for your requirements. Possible development includes residential, Commercial, office park, retail, etc. With the help of your Century 21 Commercial Professional, you can research information for civil engineers, attorneys, environmental testing companies, local officials and authorities to assist in your property evaluation.