A commercial real estate proposal should feature quality visuals, graphs, and market information.
But, while those aesthetics and facts are essential, a good proposal must focus on the client and the property. Creating a client-focused proposal means including a summary, a client needs assessment, property brief, an overview of the market, property inspection material, and your marketing program. Assembling all of the pieces that go into a commercial real estate proposal can tax time and resources, keeping you from finding the next opportunity. A commercial real estate marketing expert will ensure your project makes an impression without putting added pressure on your business.