As certain areas of Oklahoma continue to grow, maybe you consider developing commercial property in an area where doing so makes sense. You will more than likely begin looking for tenants who want to take advantage of the business opportunities in the area.
Estate planning is constantly evolving in Oklahoma and across the United States. Revisiting estate plans that were created years ago is always a good idea. Digital property assets are the latest addition to estate plans that are very important for Oklahoma residents.
Franchise owners in Oklahoma have many regulations by which they need to abide. Franchises have extensive contracts and other rules that owners must follow. A franchise association can help franchise owners learn the ins and outs of a franchise and work out the kinks of their business. Qdoba franchise owners recently formed a franchise association.
A real estate investor in Oklahoma will have a number of hoops to jump through in order to see their project to their ultimate goal. Some of these hoops may involve permissible real estate land use and related issues. For instance, at a recent meeting among the government leaders of Nichols Hills, a community bordering Oklahoma City, discussed how they might better be able to preserve the historic character of the neighborhood.
Although this blog has discussed purchase transactions involving commercial real estate in pervious posts, it is important to remember that, for a variety of business and other reasons, many Oklahomans choose instead to lease a property for their business's use. Like the terms of purchase agreements, the provisions of a lease are important both to a commercial tenant and to the landowner, and they can mean the difference between and good and bad financial outcome for either party.
Although buying a piece of land or a building for business use or development is in many respects similar to buying a family home, in other ways, it is quite a bit different and, in many respects, much more complicated.
Two real estate investors have purchased a major Oklahoma City outlet mall from the mall's developers to the tune of $130 million. The developers indicated they sold so that they could invest in developing other projects in other parts of the country.
There are many aspiring business owners in the Edmund, Oklahoma area and there are likely many more people throughout the country who have some tie to Oklahoma and are trying to start or grow a business venture.
Many people who live in Oklahoma, and particularly those in the Oklahoma City area, may see in the relatively strong real estate market an opportunity to invest in commercial real estate. In many cases, a person can be more of a passive investor just by providing money for a commercial project. However, others may want to take an active role in owning commercial property, like a shopping center or office space.
A new dispute has arisen in regards to the Dakota Access Pipeline, the beleaguered oil pipeline project that was underway until the Army Corps of Engineers agreed to reconsider its environmental assessment. The Corps' decision was arguably in response to protests by the Standing Rock Sioux and other Native Americans who oppose the pipeline being installed across Lake Oahe, which provides the tribe's drinking water and is near sacred sites.