Retail properties range from individual shops to large local retail centers. Retail centers drive traffic and offer several cross-sell opportunities by including several non-competing businesses, sometimes complemented by an anchor store. Larger centers often include "pad sites" typically occupied by banks and fast food operations.

Retail properties are typically non-owner occupied and may be used for income, tax relief and appreciation. If you are considering this type of property, you should consult your tax/financial advisor about specific tax and financial advice.

Our Century 21 Commercial Professionals have resources available to help you evaluate these properties for the factors that should be considered in matching the best Commercial properties with your own financial objectives.

Retail property landlords who are looking for tenants as well as retail property owners who want to sell their retail investment property should seek the aid of a Commercial Professional and their tax advisor. We also work with buyers who are looking for retail property for an investment.

Our retail landlord/owner's are offered a choice of payment plans for our lease compensation that is economically beneficial and fair to the retail property owner/landlord.