If you are looking for commercial property in Florida, it is important that you first recognize the type of business you wish to venture into, as well as the location you desire. There are different types of commercial properties that you might be interested in, ranging from offices to retail establishments.
Whatever commercial property you are looking for, you should consider the different categories of commercial real estate to help you narrow down your search. The first category would be commercial properties, which covers malls and malls, franchises, chain store sites, showrooms, retail sites, and stores. Investment properties are office properties, business parks, commercial rental properties, residential developments and net rental properties.
The high-tech real estate zones are specifically intended for research and development parks, medical laboratories and call centers. Land brokerages cover industrial parks, resort properties, waterfront properties and land. Hotels, convention centers, stadiums, motels, and theme park sites fall under the category of hotel and resort properties, and warehouses, factory sites, airports, distribution facilities, and mills fall under distribution and industrial properties.
Despite the high prices, Florida is generally a desirable place to start a business. Some areas that might pique your interest are Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas counties in Tampa Bay; Fort Myers and Cape Coral in southwest Florida; Martin, Miami-Dade, Broward, St. Lucie, and Palm Beach counties in South Florida; Sarasota and Manatee counties in Sarasota; Duval, Clay, Putnam and Nassau counties in Jacksonville/Northeast Florida; Orange, Seminole, Lake, Polk, Osceola and West Volusia counties in Orlando/Central Florida and Leon, Franklin, Jefferson and Wakulla counties in the Tallahassee area.