commercial property i have my eye on want to do a assignment of contract how to go about this with a realtor?

commercial property i would like to make a deal on or do a assignment of contract make a deal that way the only number is the realtor ph. number on the sign how to set up this deal assignment of contract ?
In Buying Property - Asked by barry h. - Jun 8, 2011
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Marilyn W.
Sherman, TX

You need to contact the realtor at the number on the site or contact any commercial realtor that you have trust and confidence in. I would be happy to help you. You may contact me at 817-896-0968

Jun 8, 2011
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Gregory G.
San Francisco, CA

Call the number on the sign.
Gregory Garver - Commercial Real Estate Broker
Broker License# 01716531

Jun 11, 2011
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Rob B.
Chandler, AZ

I believe there are two parts to this question.

Part One: Call the Realtor from the sign.
Part Two: Submit an offer to purchase with the ability to assign the contract.
While I am not a Realtor, having never sold a single-family home in 37 years of commercial real estate, I believe the process is as simple as that for Realtors.

You did say this was a commercial property, but if it is a Realtor on the sign, it is likely a person who is more single-family orientated in the market place.
It might be well to have some good local advice from a good commercial real estate broker!
Onward and upward.... Rob Baird

Jun 14, 2011
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Diane T.
Houston, TX

You will want to find an experienced agen and enter in to a buyer representation. This gives the agent the right to negotiate price and terms as well as locate important facts about the property you will want to know. That representation can be for just one property, a specific area, or for a period of time.
As a realtor I take the needs of my cliets as high priorty as most agents do. Best of luck to you.

Jun 16, 2011
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Nancy G.
Rochester, NY

My contract has a box you would check for being able to assign the contract. Some states may have rules about assigning contracts and/or hiding the real buyer.

Jul 13, 2011
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