Some information a commercial lease listing commonly includes are pictures of the property, a description, price information, the square footage and number of floors and rooms of the space, location details and contact information, suggests Commercial Search. Some listings also highlight some key features of the property that make it stand out from others.
Some more specific details in a commercial lease listing may include the year the property was built, the tenancy, the property type, subtype and any amenities the building features. Price information is commonly given both in a value for the building as a whole and then broken down into cost per square foot. For the property's size, the listing may go into detail telling how high the ceilings are and how big the rooms are, shows LoopNet.
The property's description may suggest what the building would be good for, such as use for a hotel, retail store, apartment complex or general office space. Properties can also be listed for mixed use, such as a building that houses both condominiums and retail stores.
Commercial lease listings usually include information for contacting a broker with questions about the property through email, contact form or phone. There may also be a map showing where the property is located, previous financial information about the property and an interactive video tour.