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Are You Ready to Build? Ask Yourself These Financial Questions Before Building Your Commercial Property

Are You Ready to Build? Ask Yourself These Financial Questions Before Building Your Commercial Property

by Proforma Construction, June 8, 2017

Determine if you’re financially able to build your commercial property with these tips.

Before contracting your commercial property, it’s important to iron out the details of your project. From creating the right design to ensuring that your building is up to code, perhaps the most important element in your construction project is your budget. Before you break ground, it’s important that you sort out all the financial details. Check out these questions to ask yourself before you begin building your commercial property.

How Much Can You Afford?

It’s important to know your company’s financial health so that you can make the right decisions for your building project. Your finances can help you to determine whether it’s the right time to build, how much you can borrow and the amount of cash you will need out-of-pocket. Additionally, it’s important to determine where you’re going to get the funding to build, if you do need to borrow. While your business may be doing well you want to consider how to make the improvements payoff by increasing the value of your property and/or boosting your businesses’ capacity to increase annual revenue.

What Features Do You Need?

When designing your commercial building, it’s important to distinguish your needs from your wants. Ensure that you prioritize which amenities that you need so that if you must sacrifice a few design elements to fit your budget, you have all the components that you require. Working with a Design Build Contractor can help you close the gap between your budget and meeting all your needs.

When it comes to building a commercial property, ensure that you have the finances to do so. Ask yourself these financial questions and, we encourage you to contact us at Proforma Construction for all of your design build commercial construction  needs.