Marketing commercial property doesn’t need to be a chore. People handling the property can both have fun and still attract a sizeable crowd. The trick is to have a marketing strategy that appeals to the majority of the residents in the community. Here are simple marketing techniques with a creative twist.
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Holding an open house to show prospective clients, buyers, and tenants featured commercial spaces are okay. But having an event to stir things up during the open house is better. A great example would be having the local talent such as musicians, comedians, and other artists from the community perform during the open house. Not only will this attract attention, but live entertainment can also keep prospects in the area longer. This allows them to feel more comfortable in the premises and introduces them to the life that can be had in the neighborhood.
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Commercial real estate investors can strike up deals with other business establishments either in the neighborhood or those currently within the business complex. In exchange for discount coupons, new residents, buyers, or tenants, agree to help these businesses as well. Community business establishments such as supermarkets, restaurants and bars, movie theaters, and the like can all work hand-in-hand to improve the commercial value of the area through cooperation.
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