I have a large Restaurant with 1.2 acres North Port FL-how can I reach all the big chains? Excellent convers

This large restaurant and property near the new Braves Baseball Spring Training Complex that is being built is an excellent site for a chain conversion- It is on-going and profitable now and priced below appraised value. How can I market to the big chains? Any suggestions?
In Selling Property - Asked by Cynthia H. - Apr 15, 2017
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Christina G.
San Diego, CA

Hi Cynthia - I would recommend hiring a local broker with national presence. Brokers typically have a list of tenants who are looking for a specific sq ft requirement.
I would keep in mind that national tenants usually ask for TI up front (tenant improvement monies) and likely some free rent. I've got a few ideas of which tenants might be interested in this type of a property and would be happy to recommend a local broker to help with this process. I personally have a client who might be interested in purchasing the building if you are willing to sell it.
Christina Garibian

Apr 19, 2017
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Julio G.
Tampa, FL

Cynthia, I agree with Christina, your best bet is a local Broker; I am very familiar with North Port, I am in Tampa. I represented the former owners of the North Port Saloon and restaurant (some years ago); we sold it to a liquor store investor/developer including liquor license.
I would be happy to discuss this with you, if you haven't sold it yet; I see that Christina answered first and had a buyer out of Sab Diego CA. I am in Tampa Florida 813-310-0959 cell or 813-514-8168 office.

Jul 25, 2017
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