4 More Ways To Add Value to a Commercial Property In Pittsburgh
1. Update the signage. The signage should attract people in from the outside, and should accurately represent a property’s purpose.
If signage is inadequately sized in comparison to the architecture (or competing signs), hidden by the landscaping, difficult to read, unappealing aesthetically or otherwise misrepresentative of the property’s purpose, you can go a long way in increasing the value of your commercial property by adding new signage or updating the old.
Consider a variety of sign styles, materials, sizes and placements. Consult with a sign maker to learn of all your options and make the best decisions for your property.
2. Go green. When updating your property, keep eco-friendliness in mind. This will not only keep your property relevant in today’s earth-conscious consumer market, but it will also lower overhead costs. Green options include solar panels, energy-efficient appliances and energy conserving windows.
3. Increase security. Security features like alarm systems, gates and shutters can increase property value by making the property more attractive to tenants and lowering your insurance premium.
4. Find tenants. If your commercial property has space to house tenants, there are a number of methods you can use to find tenants and increase property value.