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Press Release | 913 E Cesar Chavez | Commercial Lease

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Press Release | 913 E Cesar Chavez | Commercial Lease

913 E. Cesar Chavez | LEASED YOGA SPACE | East Austin

Jeremy Avera of Beck-Reit Commercial Real Estate announces the lease of  913 East Cesar Chavez to Black Swan Yoga. Jeremy Avera & DeLea Becker represented the landlord in this lease transaction. The building is 1,800 SF and is located in East Austin on Cesar Chavez just 1 block east of I-35.

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What does $1 Million Dollars buy you in Commercial Real Estate in Austin?

What does $1 Million Dollars buy you in Commercial Real Estate in Austin?

A traditional Commercial Loan requires 20% down minimum.  

Downpayment is based on Borrowers Experience, Financials, and Credit.

$1 Million Dollar purchase requires a minimum of 20% down.  For new Commercial Buyers we recommend 25%-30% down for qualification. So your downpayment will be a minimum of $200,000.

Wondering what you can buy if you have a $200,000 downpayment?

We pulled some listings currently on the market in Austin Texas to give you an idea of what is available.

 

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Great 1940s converted bungalow. Excellent visibility and signage on Manchaca near Lamar.

Price: $975,000

Building Area: 2,336 SF

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Nice Location on N. Highway 183.

Price: $950,000

Building Area: 4,446 SF

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Rare Location on South Lamar, Great Signage, Free Standing, Creative Office Space or Retail.

Price: $985,000

Building Area: 1,290 SF

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Central Austin near Burnet Rd.

Price: $998,000

Building Area: 4,800 SF

Minimum Downpayment = $200,000

Negotiating a Commercial Lease

Negotiating a Commercial Lease

For any business renting space, a commercial lease is one of the most important documents in the filing cabinet, sharing company with bank documents, proof of insurance, and yet-to-be-paid invoices. Because it defines the legal relationship between landlord and tenant, a commercial lease will, in many ways, provide physical context for a business inhabiting the space while shaping opportunities for growth throughout the contract term.