When the head of a firm or an individual entrepreneur decides to purchase commercial real estate, he realizes that the success of his business directly depends on how much he made the right choice. And this is not a question of the “like – do not like” or “beautiful – ugly” category, it is a question of the category “profitable – not profitable,” “successfully – not successfully.” Therefore, an appeal to a professional in the field of commercial real estate is inevitable. It is necessary to assess the object properly, understand how soon it will pay off, and predict its liquidity for a long time.
When buying and selling non-residential facilities, as a rule, the parties to the contract are legal entities. And to the forefront in the preparation of the transaction are issues of taxation.
Often in practice, it is found that there is an object of office space in India, there are two parties – a potential seller and a buyer, but they cannot agree. They cannot because they are on different taxation systems. And for one of the parties, the transaction is often merely unprofitable. Here, the role of a realtor firm with experienced lawyers and economists focused on solving such issues is essential.