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We have properties for sale and lease in Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County. Whether you’re just starting your search or know exactly what you need, you’ve come to the right place.

If you’ve just begun looking, you may find that searching for the right industrial or commercial property in South Florida can be overwhelming. There are several things to consider, even before you start your search. The experts at Dock High Warehouse will walk you through each step and help you weigh all of your options.

Buying or Leasing A Property

Deciding if you’re buying or leasing the property is the first step to finding what you need. If you plan to buy, you’ll have to come up with a financial plan to ensure your business is not adversely effected. Leasing is another option, but you must make sure your lease terms are fair and in line with the market. The top tier professionals at Dock High Warehouse have over 50 years experience representing buyers and tenants in the market place. We are here to assist you free of charge.

Type of Building

You’ll have to know what type of structure will best suit your needs. Are you looking for a commercial or industrial property? Should it be a warehouse, a distribution facility or industrial land which can be developed? You’ll also have to consider the size of the structure, its ceiling heights, electrical power accommodations, truck court and loading area and many other factors. The office area must also be considered and is a critical part of the operation. Using this commercial real estate website to know what the market offers will refine your search and cut out a lot of the work.

Type of Location

There are so many factors to think about when searching for locations throughout South Florida for your industrial warehouse. Must it be in close proximity to ports and airports, or do you prefer to be close to existing clients? Should it be close to where the business’ labor force lives so they can easily come to work each day? You should also know if there are future development plans for the area that have the potential to disturb your operations. And of course, the locations zoning rules and laws must also be closely examined.

If you’d like assistance during the buying or leasing process or in listing an existing property, contact us today. Our team has over 50 years of combined experience. Our expertise will make this process much smoother, and we can answer any questions you may have.