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New Chicago Commercial Properties For Sale

The BuyersUtopia team works with investors in the evaluation of commercial real estate opportunities in the greater Chicagoland  area. Our particular focus is on small balance commercial deals from $500,000 – $5,000,000 . Our debt partners offer smart fast underwriting of commercial real estate deals. 
The below commercial properties are brand new to the market. We continually update this page with New Chicago Commercial Properties For Sale 

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Online Commercial Real Estate Search

 
As investors turn more and more to purchasing real estate, especially commercial properties, the competition for the best deals becomes more and more aggressive.  Triple net lease investment properties, one of the most lucrative property types in today’s fluctuating market, often can’t be located through traditional methods.  Commercial real estate agents are an option, but a wealth of resources exists today to help investors identify properties themselves.
Commercial real estate typically is not listed in regional multiple listing service databases, however a number of excellent resources exist online to help identify commercial …

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Finding Triple Net Lease Investment Properties

A popular choice for real estate investors today are commercial properties, especially those with national tenants under triple net leases. These properties are attractive because, under a triple net lease agreement, the tenant is responsible for virtually all costs associated with the property, including taxes, insurance, maintenance, and upkeep.  Not only do these properties build equity for the investor, they typically produce positive cash flow, reliably and almost immediately.  For the tenant, triple net leases allow for complete control over the facility but without the inherent risks or cash outlay.
Triple net lease investment …

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Keeping PACE with Revolving Loan Programs in Green Building

By: Luke Bujarski
Local governments continue to put public dollars to work saving both the environment and money on property owners’ energy bills.  Through creative financing methods known as Property Assessed Clean Energy or PACE programs, communities are opening access to capital for energy audits and property retrofitting of existing buildings.  Twenty-three states have adopted legislation allowing public funds to be used by private owners looking to retrofit their properties.  While resistance from the mortgage industry has stalled progress in the residential sector, a renewed focus on commercial  properties has charted …