Determining My Equity To Sell A Warehouse
I’m doing the financials now, determining my equity to sell a warehouse. There is a lot of data involved. I could hire an accountant, but I want to do these calculations on my own. Once I get a general idea of my equity, which is determined by the selling price, I will be better equipped to know how to structure a sale.
Included in my calculations are estimated costs involved with listing and selling through a commercial real estate broker. And I must consider both “net equity” and “gross equity,” as I do the math. Net equity is what remains when all the closing costs are subtracted from the gross equity, meaning the final sale price.
In a typical commercial transaction, the seller pays the closing costs. One reason I am doing these calculations is to determine if I could sell a warehouse quickly and easily to a cash buyer. Although it is not imperative, I have personal reasons for considering the idea of selling fast for cash to a buyer that picks up all the closing costs of the transaction, too.
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