Commercial Real Estate
Residential Real Estate
The Coastal Agency offers comprehensive services in multiple commercial real estate sectors to help our clients make informed decisions. We conduct a thorough local market and economic analysis to provide valuable insights into current trends, property values, and the competitive landscape.
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Commercial real estate purchases require expert guidance to ensure legal and regulatory compliance. The due diligence process cannot be understated; assessing the property's condition, reviewing documentation, and identifying and mitigating potential risks helps make informed decisions to secure favorable prices and other deal components.
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Industrial

Characterized by their focus on facilitating supply chain management, their locations are often strategic, considering proximity to transportation hubs, major highways, and other logistical considerations. These properties are essential for supporting the operational needs of industries, ensuring the efficient flow of goods and services from production to distribution.


  • Warehouse / Distribution centers
  • Manufacturing
  • Flex space
  • Research & Development
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Office

Specifically designed and constructed to provide workspace for businesses, professionals, and organizations. Office buildings come in various sizes and are crucial in providing the physical space where companies operate, collaborate, and conduct their day-to-day activities. Economic factors, employment trends, and the overall business environment in a given region influence the demand for office space. Key features and characteristics of office properties are:


  • Multiple tenant spaces
  • Building classifications (A,B,C)
  • Amenities
  • Technology infrastructure
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Retail

Designed and utilized for businesses to sell goods and services directly to consumers. These properties are strategically located to attract foot traffic and serve as a platform for retail businesses to showcase and sell their products. Retail properties play a crucial role in the consumer-driven economy, and demand is often influenced by factors such as location, consumer demographics, and the overall economic environment.


  • Stand-alone buildings
  • Freestanding big-box stores
  • Strip malls
  • Retail condominiums
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Multifamily

Designed for residential living that accommodates multiple separate housing units within a single building or a complex and offers several advantages, including diversification of rental income sources, economies of scale, and potentially lower risk compared to single-family residential investments. Population growth, urbanization trends, and housing market conditions can influence the demand for such properties.


  • Apartment buildings
  • Condominiums
  • Townhouses
  • Student housing
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Mixed Use

These developments are often designed with careful consideration of urban planning principles to create a harmonious and functional environment. They offer a diversity of services and amenities within a compact and accessible setting, contributing to a more efficient use of space and resources. The goal is to create a well-rounded and functional space that serves the needs of both residents and businesses within a single property or complex. Here are some common components:


  • Residential units
  • Retail spaces
  • Office spaces
  • Entertainment venues
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Specialty

Unlike common commercial properties such as office buildings, retail spaces, or industrial properties, specialty real estate serves niche markets and often requires specialized infrastructure. A deep understanding of the specific industry, regulatory considerations, and the unique demands of the property type are needed. Although they may have more limited use than conventional assets, they can provide attractive investment opportunities.


  • Hotels
  • Medical facilities
  • Data centers
  • Self-storage facilities
  • Entertainment venues

Buying Roadmap

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Connect with an advisor
  • Determine your goals
  • Assess your finances
  • Create an investment or business plan
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Secure financing
  • Complete loan application
  • Select lender and mortgage
  • Get a letter of interest
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Property search
  • Identify suitable properties
  • Negotiate key terms
  • Make an offer
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Due diligence
  • Conduct inspections
  • Review financial performance
  • Finalize financing arrangements
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Closing
  • Receive final approval
  • Transfer funds
  • Review and sign closing documents
The Coastal Agency brokers can provide in-depth knowledge of local and regional markets throughout California that enhance your leasing experience. We can provide insights into current market conditions, rental rates, and trends, helping you make informed decisions. Commercial lease negotiations can be complex, involving various terms such as rent, lease duration, and tenant improvements. We are skilled negotiators who can represent your interests, ensuring that you secure favorable lease terms for Industrial, Office, and Retail properties.
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Tenant Rep

An advantageous leasing experience requires expertise, advocacy, and a customized solution from a broker. This includes a market and economic analysis, due diligence support, zoning reviews, and property condition assessments. It allows you to make informed decisions about the suitability of the space for your business, ensures that the selected property aligns with your objectives, and will enable you to secure the best possible terms. Critical reasons for tenant representation are:


  • Extensive property databases
  • Exclusive tenant representation
  • Strategic location and site selection
  • Negotiation skills
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Landlord Rep

A dedicated broker is vital in marketing and leasing properties for owners and landlords. Listing agents actively search for suitable tenants who align with the property’s characteristics and are financially stable. They advise clients on leasing terms and strategies based on current shifts in the market and navigate the complexities of lease documents. Key reasons landlord representation is essential are:


  • Market knowledge and pricing
  • Exclusive landlord representation
  • Property positioning
  • Targeted tenant search

Tenant Leasing Roadmap

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Connect with an advisor
  • Define your needs
  • Review current agreement
  • Assess your budget
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Property search
  • Identify suitable properties
  • Negotiate key terms
  • Make an offer
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Due diligence
  • Conduct inspections
  • Verify zoning and restrictions
  • Review and finalize lease terms
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Insurance and permits
  • Obtain adequate coverage
  • Secure required permits and licenses
  • Setup a system for ongoing compliance
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Occupancy
  • Provide security deposit
  • Coordinate any tenant improvements
  • Take possession

Landlord Leasing Roadmap

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Connect with an advisor
  • Define your needs
  • Assess your property
  • Determine rent and lease terms
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Market your property
  • Multi-channel advertising
  • Identify suitable tenants
  • Negotiate terms and accept an offer
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Due diligence and documentation
  • Verify tenant stability
  • Lease agreement
  • Property inspection
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Hand over property
  • Conduct walkthrough
  • Give possession
  • Coordinate tenant improvements
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Closing
  • Collect necessary payments
  • Complete legal formalities
  • Update insurance coverage
Working with a Coastal Agency broker when selling your property can streamline the process, enhance marketing efforts, and increase the likelihood of a successful and profitable transaction. The expertise and resources that our brokers bring to the table contribute to a more efficient and effective sales experience for property owners.
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Industrial

Selling your industrial property with a commercial broker can be highly beneficial, especially given industrial real estate transactions' unique considerations and complexities. Brokers have expertise in creating targeted marketing strategies; they know how to showcase industrial facilities' unique features and capabilities to attract potential buyers and understand the factors influencing property values. Here are essential reasons to work with a commercial real estate professional:


  • Understand demand-supply dynamics
  • Market visibility
  • Legal and regulatory compliance
  • Transaction management
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Multifamily

Utilizing the services of a broker with expertise in multi-family properties can streamline the sales process, optimize marketing efforts, and maximize the value of your investment. They can effectively showcase the property's neighborhood dynamics, amenities, and potential income-generating aspects to attract potential buyers. Multi-family property transactions may involve compliance processes with specific regulations, zoning laws, and tenant protection laws that require guidance. The key reasons to work with a multi-family expert are:


  • Market visibility and expertise
  • Valuation and pricing
  • Informed decision-making
  • Legal and regulatory compliance
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Mixed Use

Commercial brokers specializing in mixed-use properties have expertise in dealing with the unique characteristics and complexities of properties that combine retail, residential, and sometimes other uses. They understand how to market and position mixed-use assets effectively, providing insights into market trends, pricing, and demand to help you determine a competitive asking price. Critical reasons for working with a broker for selling your mixed-use property are:


  • Local knowledge
  • Targeted marketing strategies
  • Tenant coordination
  • Due diligence support
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Office

Office property brokers have in-depth knowledge of the local and regional real estate market. They stay informed about market trends, pricing, and demand for office spaces, providing valuable insights. Brokers develop targeted marketing strategies considering potential buyers' specific needs and preferences, including businesses, investors, and owner-occupiers. The key reasons for working with a broker for selling your office property are:


  • Accurate valuation
  • Tenant coordination
  • Effective showcasing
  • Navigate complexities
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Retail

Brokers develop targeted marketing strategies for retail properties, considering potential buyers' specific needs, including retailers, investors, and developers—and provide an accurate valuation through location, foot traffic, visibility, tenant mix, and overall market conditions. Brokers can enhance the visibility of your retail property in the market through marketing campaigns, industry connections, and online platforms. The key reasons to work with a retail expert are:


  • Local knowledge
  • Increased visibility
  • Valuation and pricing
  • Negotiation skills

Selling Roadmap

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Connect with an advisor
  • Determine your goals
  • Assess property finances
  • Create an exit plan
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Property preparation
  • Prepare financial statements
  • Make necessary improvements
  • Determine market value
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Market the property
  • Consider staging the property
  • Execute a multichannel strategy
  • Review and negotiate offers
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Due diligence
  • Allow buyer to conduct inspections
  • Provide financials for review
  • Address concerns that arise
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Closing
  • Complete final walkthrough
  • Sign transfer documentation
  • Receive sales proceeds

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The Coastal Agency increases the likelihood of a successful transaction through our access to resources such as market data, marketing platforms, and a professional network to streamline complex contracts, disclosures, and regulation requirements typically involved in residential real estate activities.

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Residential brokers have in-depth knowledge of the local housing market with access to multiple listing services (MLS) and extensive databases, allowing them to identify properties that match your specific criteria. They provide insights into suitable neighborhoods, amenities, and features that align with your lifestyle. Brokers have experience with purchase agreements, disclosures, and other paperwork–explaining the process, timelines, and requirements, making the buying experience more transparent and less overwhelming.
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Single Family Residence

Brokers with local knowledge offer insights into neighborhoods, school districts, transportation options, and community amenities. This information is crucial in making informed decisions about where to purchase a single-family residence. They assist you in narrowing down your options based on your budget, preferences, and needs and can conduct market analyses to assess whether a home is priced competitively. The key reasons for working with a residential broker for buying a single-family residence are:


  • Property selection and analysis
  • Guidance through the process
  • Coordination of inspections
  • Objective advice
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2-4 Unit Complex

Working with a broker when buying a 2 to 4-unit complex ensures a smoother transaction, provides valuable expertise in investment properties, and increases the likelihood of making a successful and profitable investment, helping you determine the property's fair market value. They can help you assess the property's cash flow potential, a critical factor in investment decisions, and are skilled negotiators who advocate for your interests during the purchase process. Here are essential reasons to work with a real estate professional for buying a multi-family property:


  • Market expertise
  • Due diligence and closing support
  • Save time and effort
  • Understanding of rental income
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Condotel

Utilizing a broker when buying a condotel ensures a smoother transaction, provides specialized knowledge, and increases the likelihood of making a successful and informed purchase in the condotel market. Condotel transactions may involve negotiations related to rental income distribution, management fees, and unit furnishings. Brokers understand the intricacies of condotel ownership, association rules, tourist demand, and regulatory considerations. The critical factors for working with a broker for buying a condotel are:


  • Specialized knowledge
  • Negotiations skills
  • Transparency
  • Professional network

Buying Roadmap

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Connect with an advisor
  • Determine your goals
  • Assess your finances
  • Determine your budget
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Get pre-approved
  • Complete loan application
  • Select lender and mortgage
  • Review loan estimate and lock rate
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Property search
  • Identify suitable properties
  • Attend open houses
  • Make an offer
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Due diligence
  • Conduct inspections
  • Review appraisal
  • Finalize mortgage documents
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Closing
  • Receive final approval
  • Pay closing costs
  • Review and sign closing documents
Working with a residential real estate broker when selling can optimize the sales process, improve marketing efforts, and increase the likelihood of a successful and satisfying sale. They can provide insights into current market conditions, property values, and neighborhood trends, helping you determine an optimal listing price. Brokers develop targeted marketing strategies to promote your property to potential buyers. This includes online and offline marketing, professional photography, virtual tours, and other methods to enhance your property's visibility.Their expertise, negotiation skills, and industry connections contribute to a smoother and more efficient selling experience.
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Single Family Residence

Residential brokers have in-depth knowledge of the local housing market. They can assist in determining the right listing price for your home based on market analysis, comparable sales, and the property's unique features. Brokers have access to multiple listing services (MLS) and extensive networks, increasing the exposure of your property to a broader pool of potential buyers. A broker can offer insights into enhancing appeal and addressing potential issues that may arise during the sales process. Essential reasons to work with a broker when selling your home are:


  • Market analysis
  • Effective pricing strategy
  • Wider exposure
  • Screen potential buyers
  • Legal and contractual expertise
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2-4 Unit Complex

Brokers have in-depth knowledge of the local trends, property values, and demand for multi-family properties. They can assist in determining the right listing price for your 2 to 4-unit complex based on market analysis, comparable sales, and the property's income potential. They understand the unique selling points and can highlight them to attract investors and owner-occupiers. Brokers manage the details of the transaction, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your life. The key reasons for working with a multi-family broker for selling are:


  • Marketing and pricing strategies
  • Financial documentation
  • Due diligence support
  • Negotiation skills
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Condotel

Using a residential broker when selling a condotel can be highly beneficial and contribute to a more prosperous and informed sale. They understand the intricacies of condotel ownership, rental programs, management agreements, and association rules. Their specialized knowledge, negotiation skills, and industry connections contribute to a smoother and more efficient selling experience. Critical reasons for working with a broker for selling your mixed-use property are:


  • Specialized knowledge
  • Guidance
  • Legal and contractual expertise
  • Saves time and effort

Selling Roadmap

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Connect with an advisor
  • Determine your goals
  • Assess property finances
  • Create an exit plan
house (1)
Property preparation
  • Make necessary improvements
  • Conduct vital inspections
  • Determine market value
licensing
Market the property
  • Consider staging the property
  • Execute a multichannel strategy
  • Review and negotiate offers
find
Due diligence
  • Allow buyer to conduct inspections
  • Provide relevant documents for review
  • Address concerns that arise
close
Closing
  • Complete final walkthrough
  • Sign transfer documentation
  • Receive sales proceeds

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