When leasing office space in Haltom City, there are a number of questions you need to ask yourself. In this article we will discuss those questions. If you have any questions of your own, or you need help in your search for office space for lease, call us at (817) 439-3224. We are RDS Real Estate and we can find you what you want in Haltom City or anywhere in Tarrant County.
First question: do you want just an office space for lease, or an office warehouse to rent?
Offices are advertised as just offices and they are advertised as an office/warehouse combo. Simple office/only ads in Haltom City are as follows:
Both are small offices, under 200 square feet, and both are in a central building with similar offices in a good location.
By definition, an office/warehouse will have a small, or large, warehouse attached to the office. They are generally rented by companies which have a need for storage and which have a need for large deliveries.
Second question: where do you want your office to be located?
This is a trickier question to answer. Your preference may be Haltom City, but the reality may be that an office in nearby Fort Worth might be better for your business. In order to determine that, one must have access to some economic statistics and trends for the general area. Statistics like the following, which apply to the Alliance Area of unincorporated North Fort Worth, are the types of statistics you should have access to:
Minutes from dining & shopping at Alliance Town Center & Presido Junction
One of the fastest growing area in the DFW Metroplex
50,000 households within five miles
Average household income of $100,849
Total population within 3 miles of 47,417
14,609 households within 3 miles
With that kind of information regarding North Fort Worth, and similar information about Haltom City, one can make an informed decision about the location of any office lease on might consider.
Third question: is there room for growth in the office being considered?
As troublesome as an office move can be, it is unimaginable to actually move again, in two or three years, because your business has outgrown the office. Planning for the future is highly suggested. If your business is showing ten percent annual growth, can the office you rent handle a thirty percent growth spurt in three years? Plan now and eliminate headaches later!
This is all common sense for a commercial real estate agent or broker; not so for a business owner. That is why we highly recommend you do not undertake this search on your own. Contact us today!
About RDS Real Estate
We are one of the leading commercial real estate companies in all of Tarrant County, with extensive knowledge of Haltom City, Fort Worth, and all other pertinent cities. Locally owned and operated, we are perfectly suited to handle your commercial real estate needs. Give us a call and we can help you find the office space you need.