I can provide your with market demographic studies, environmental research, local statistics and data involving the property's location, as well as the demographics of nearby businesses and the area's population.
Class A represents the best buildings in terms of aesthetics, age, quality of infrastructure, and location.
Class B buildings are usually older and not as competitive—price-wise—as Class A buildings. Investors often target these buildings for restoration.
Class C buildings are the oldest, usually over 20 years of age, located in less attractive areas, and need for maintenance.
Heavy manufacturing These buildings are heavily customized and house machinery manufacturers need to operate and produce goods and services.
Light assembly These aren’t as customized and may be used for product assembly or storage.
Bulk warehouse These properties are usually large and are used as distribution centers.
Flex industrial These properties contain a mix of both industrial and office space.
Limited-service Does not have room service, on-site restaurant, or concierge.
Full-service Includes room service and has on-site restaurant.
Boutique Located in an urban or resort location, has full-service amenities, is not part of a national chain, and has fewer rooms.
Casino Has a gaming component, such as video poker or slot machines.
Extended-stay Limited-service with fully equipped kitchens in guest rooms and larger rooms for long stays.
Resort Full-service, large amount of land, in a typical resort location (such as Hawaii or Orlando), and has an attached golf course, water park, or amusement facility.