Your commercial property is a valuable asset that can generate income and appreciation over time. However, it also requires regular maintenance and improvement to keep it in good condition and attractive to tenants and buyers.

Here are some of the best practices for maintaining and improving your commercial property value:

Conduct Periodic Inspections And Repairs. 

A well-maintained property will have fewer issues and will have lower operating costs.  You should inspect your property regularly and fix any problems as soon as possible.  This will prevent minor issues from becoming major ones and avoid costly damages or liabilities.  You should also keep records of your inspections and repairs for future reference.

Upgrade Your Property With Energy-Efficient Features. 

Energy efficiency is not only good for the environment, but also for your bottom line.  By installing energy-efficient features such as LED lighting, solar panels, smart thermostats, or insulation, you may be able to reduce your utility bills and increase your property value.  You may also qualify for tax credits or incentives for green improvements.

Enhance Your Property’s Curb Appeal. 

The exterior of your property is the first impression that potential tenants or buyers will have of your property.  You should make sure that your property looks clean, inviting, and professional.  You can improve your curb appeal by adding or upgrading your landscaping, exterior painting, replacing signage, or adding exterior lighting.

Renovate Or Remodel Your Property To Meet Market Demand. 

The market demand for commercial property will change over time due to factors such as demographics, technology, and tenant preferences.  You should keep up with the latest trends and needs of your target market and adjust your property accordingly.  For example, you may want to add or upgrade amenities, such as adding Wi-Fi, refreshing the parking lot, updating interior common areas, and keeping interior décor modern.

Market Your Property Effectively. 

To attract and retain tenants or buyers, you need to market your property effectively.  You should highlight your property’s features, benefits, and competitive advantages in your marketing materials, such as brochures, flyers, websites, or social media.  You should also network with other professionals in your industry, such as brokers, agents, or investors, and solicit referrals or testimonials from your existing or past tenants or buyers.

Getting advice from local professionals, on optimizing the value of your commercial property may be the most efficient path toward maintaining and improving your commercial property’s value.



“Sundance property management is accomplished within Sundance Realty & Management Inc.  Sundance is licensed by the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA), as an independent, regulated, real estate brokerage.  Sundance Property Management is focused on delivering value to its property owner customers through the key values of quality facility management, quality tenant relationships, and quality owner reporting that emphasizes transparency and completeness.  Sundance property management is growing, and currently manages dozens of commercial properties representing over 650,000 square feet of Industrial, mixed-use, retail, warehouse, and office real estate properties.”