When businesses prepare to sell, they often forget about what can be a key part of the transaction – the building itself.
By Jeff Gau, Marco CEO – A buyer will typically consider purchasing your building or signing a fair market value lease as part of the transition.
Make sure your building presents itself well—just like you would if you were putting it on the market. As owners, it’s natural to not even see the flaws. Scrutinize your building’s functionality and appearance and identify ways to make it more attractive to a buyer.
An outsider’s eye can give you a better perspective. Consider inviting a colleague on a tour with the purpose of outlining ways to better position your building.