look at the cap rate and determine if this is what you want. Don't forget to include the cost of loan, and the lock in period.A great reference is Monica Villespair(?) book. I suggest you read it. Regards.
Easiest way is to look at recent sales. There are 96 on LoopNet in 95118. Match your comparables to your subject property. Location, size, type, etc.
Get an estimate from a realtor. What's the address?..Gregory Garver - Commercial Real Estate BrokerBroker License# 01716531(415)email@example.com://www.gregorygarver.com
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