Idaho commercial real estate broker specializing in Idaho investment property launches new real estate search tool to help investors, small business owners, and corporate real estate portfolio managers find property matching their investment criteria.
Online PR News – 16-December-2009 – – Nampa, Idaho – The old way of searching for commercial real estate and investment property was like looking for a needle in a haystack. Idaho commercial real estate broker Ed Byington seeks to change that with the launch of his website that includes many powerful Idaho investment property search tools previously unavailable to commercial property buyers.
First and foremost is a front page map search feature, allowing Idaho real estate investors, small business owners, and corporate portfolio managers to browse commercial properties easily by location, price, and many other criteria.
"We're very excited about bringing these commercial property search tools to our investor clients here in Idaho and across the country. Now our out-of-state clients can easily see where properties are located relative to downtown areas, residential neighborhoods, shopping, freeways, etc."
Byington says that since the map search is based on Google's popular map system, searchers can easily switch from map view to satellite or terrain view to get a better understanding of the locale they are considering for investment.
He says that there are thousands of land parcels, retail buildings, office buildings, warehouses, and other commercial real estate properties available in Idaho on the site. But while the map is a great visual tool, he says the advanced search features can ensure a successful match between buyer and seller.
"The level of detail available to search this segment of the Idaho real estate market is very robust. Investors can find everything from apartment buildings with a specific number of units to Idaho manufacturing facilities – and everything in between. It is a tremendously powerful search engine, and we have some great values for commercial investors or businesses looking at relocating to Idaho's favorable business climate."
Byington notes that the site even allows keyword searches for various property types by going to any of the advanced search pages linked at the top of the map and entering a keyword into the 'Remarks' box.
"This feature allows buyers to search for very specialized commercial properties, opening up one of the most powerful commercial broker tools to the general public."
Of course, when a buyer needs to move beyond the initial shortlist and perform more in-depth due diligence on a commercial property investment, Byington and his commercial realty team is ready to put decades of business experience to work to negotiate and secure the right property for the client.
"Our Idaho investment property services are about far more than a website, of course. The website is just one of many tools we have in our arsenal to get our clients the best deals on the best properties for their business and investment needs."
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