HOW TO FIND THE PERFECT INDUSTRIAL SPACE
It may be the single most important business decision you make . . . searching for industrial space for lease . . . and yet most business owners go about the task like they are looking for a tomato at the grocery store . . . they stop the car at the first store they find, run to the produce section, squeeze a couple tomatoes, and lay their money on the counter. The whole process takes five minutes, and when the shopper gets home the tomato may, or may not, be good . . . and in a perverse sort of way, that is to be expected.
Your business home is more important than a tomato, and it deserves valuable time invested in the search. So, what should you look for when searching for industrial property for lease in Tarrant County?
It all begins with location, but the first mistake made by business people looking for industrial space is to grab hold of commercial property for rent in Tarrant County in a high-visibility location. It seems logical to do so, but is it right for YOUR business? Businesses are unique. They have unique products and they serve a unique clientele. Just because a piece of Tarrant County commercial property for rent is in a high-visibility location does not mean it is being seen by the clientele they serve. So the first thing to do is find a piece of property which will be seen by your specific customers, the market which you serve.
Secondly, don’t settle for the status quo. Make up a specific list of your needs. How big a commercial property do you need? Do you need heavy-duty wiring? Do you need an office/warehouse combination? Do you need retail space for lease in Arlington with warehouse space? Do you need outdoor storage in Haltom City, or do you need a space big enough to handle the needs of several companies, sort of a makerspace situation, or a flex space scenario? Once you have your list, do not stop looking until you find the specific property which meets your needs.
Third, find a price which works for you. There is flexibility in commercial real estate prices, just as there is in residential prices. You know your budget, so work within it, and find a real estate company which will work with you. It is in their interest to do so.
Finally, work with a commercial real estate company which is established and trustworthy. You want a company which is an expert in commercial real estate. You want a company with a proven track record. In Tarrant County, Texas, you want RDS Real Estate.
We take a customer through each of the steps listed above, and then we scour Tarrant County looking for the precise property they need. This is what we do and we are good at it. We have our finger on the pulse of industrial space in tiny Kennedale, and we have our finger on the pulse in the brand new business neighborhood Fort Worth Design District, where new business parks like Box Office Warehouse Suites and Paddock Place Office Suites are locate.
We WILL find what you need!
About RDS Real Estate
RDS Real Estate is a leader in leasing warehouse space, office space for lease, and multi-use space in Tarrant County, featuring industrial and commercial properties in Fort Worth, Haslet, Blue Mound, the Alliance Area, Arlington, Kennedale, and Haltom City. For more information about any of their properties, call Jim Eaton at (817) 439-3224, email leasing@rdsinvestments or visit RDSRealEstate.com. RDS is owned by Ron Sturgeon, a leading name in commercial property for lease in the Fort Worth area. And for information about Sturgeon’s newest business park, Box Office Warehouse Suites, the only business park in Fort Worth made entirely from shipping containers, you can also contact Jim Eaton.