Commercial Properties in Warner Robins, GA

Trip Wilhoit: 478-960-4080 |  Patty Burns: 478-951-5100

Fickling & Company


519 North Houston Road, Warner Robins, GA

Price                            $165,000

Lot Size                        0.77 AC

Property Use Type       Vacant/Owner-User

Property Type               Land

1701 Elberta Road, Warner Robins, GA

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Price                            $225,000

Building Size               4,777 SF

Property Type               Office

Lot Size                          0.67 AC

 

101 Watson Boulevard, Warner Robins, GA

Price             $60,000

Lot Size        .23 acres

Utilities         All available

Traffic:          7,020 VPD

 

645 Tallulah Trail, Warner Robins, GA

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Rental Rate                           $18.50 /SF/Year

Total Space Available           6,679 SF

Max. Contiguous                  2,616 SF

Property Type                      Office

 

601-613 Russell Parkway, Warner Robins, GA

Rental Rate               $13 /SF/Year

Lot Size                     3.92 acres

Parking                      240± spaces

Utilities                      All utilities available

Property Type           Office

 

502 Booth Road, Warner Robins, GA

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Lot 4              ±0.96 Acres—$200,000

Lot 5             ±1.00 Acres—$190,000

Lot 6             ±1.01 Acres—$175,000

Traffic           Approx. 31,000 VPD

 

225 Smithville Church Road, Warner Robins, GA

Size             (2 buildings) 24,000 sf & 9,600 sf

Lot Size        2.6 acres

Parking         135 spaces

Utilities         All utilities available 

Taxes           $24,032 (City & County combined)

Milledgeville & Baldwin County: Top 6 Reasons to Purchase Commercial Real Estate

The Top 6 Reasons to Purchase Commercial Real Estate in Baldwin County

Baldwin County has a great deal to attract new businesses to the area, including a well-trained workforce, low costs, and pro-business practices. Matt Poyner, Executive Director of the Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville & Baldwin County stated, “Milledgeville & Baldwin County is centrally located in Georgia, and is the hub for the five surrounding counties, as the community has a hospital, airport, and three post-secondary institutions of higher education all located within minutes of each other.”

Here are the top 6 reasons to purchase commercial real estate in Baldwin County, starting with the general advantages, then moving onto the advantages specific to the area.

Tangible Assets

Real estate investing is a solid way to diversify your portfolio, because real estate is an asset you can see and touch. Although factors such as occupancy and building valuations can ebb and flow over time, the property will always remain. Commercial real estate investments dodge the kind of risks you encounter with buying stocks in a company that might take a downturn or disappear altogether.

High Yields and Regular Cash Flow

The returns on real estate offer appealing yields in comparison to investment alternatives such as stocks and bonds, or even commodities such as gold. In 2015, the NCREIF Property Index reported a 12.7% annual return, which beat other indexes such as the Dow 30, Russell 2000, and S&P 500. As a great bonus, real estate investments will usually deliver dividends monthly, quarterly or annually, providing investors with a steady cash flow.

Principal Paydown

In the case of mortgaged assets, regular dividends will be used to steadily reduce an outstanding debt, sort of like a savings program. Money paid by renters will diminish the debt over time, while also increasing equity and reducing risk.

Building Availability

The availability of buildings is key when looking into commercial properties to buy, and you can count on The Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville & Baldwin County to continually update their available buildings catalog. There are also a number of excellent local real estate companies and agents with the resources and experience to guide and advise you on the best local properties.

Construction Costs

When considering commercial real estate, local construction costs are always an issue of concern. Luckily, material and labor costs in Baldwin County are more than competitive, as are contractor overhead costs. According to RSMeans, the local score for labor and construction costs is 83, while the national average is 100.

Transportation and Proximity to Major Markets

 

Baldwin County offers the kind of logistics that draw in commerce. It is central to major markets and offers several modes of transport for moving cargo, including road, air, and rail.  In fact, 82% of commercial markets are within 2 shipping days of Georgia. When it comes to road travel, Milledgeville is just 29 miles from I-16 and 37 miles from I-20. Matt Poyner explains, “The main north/south thoroughfare of US Highway 441 and the newly finished east/west corridor of the Fall Line Freeway both run through Baldwin County, providing ease of access to regional markets and entry into the community for retail opportunities.”

To see our featured listings in Milledgeville/Baldwin County, please click here.  If you have any questions about other markets we feature or looking to list your commercial property, please call Trip Wilhoit: 478-960-4080 orPatty Burns: 478-951-5100.

Commercial Properties in Perry, Ga

Trip Wilhoit: 478-960-4080  |  Patty Burns: 478-951-5100

Fickling & Company

606 Ball Street, Perry, Ga

Price                                $175,000

Building Size                   18,235 SF

Price/SF                            $9.60

Tenancy                             Multiple

Clear Ceiling Height          10 ft.

Lot Size                              3 SF

 

1307 Ball Street, Perry, Ga

Reduced Price        $1,425,000

Lot Size                   2 acres

Building Size           15,000 sf

Utilities                    All available

Parking                    76 spaces

 

706 Macon Terrace, Perry, Ga

Price                                   $37, 500 per unit

No. Units                             10

Building Size                       9,000 SF

Lot Size                                0.73 AC

Georgia Commercial Real Estate

Business Incentive Brochure

For help finding financial resources, contact the Georgia Department of Economic Development at 404-962-4822 

For help finding financial resources, contact the Georgia Department of Economic Development at 404-962-4822 

FINANCIAL RESOURCES

Financial resources, credit resources and business capital are available for existing Georgia businesses, small businesses and entrepreneurs. From state assistance to federal resources and venture capitalists, the Georgia Department of Economic Development helps find the right financial solutions for businesses of all sizes.

With 98 percent of Georgia’s businesses defined as small or medium sized, the impact they have on Georgia’s economy is critical. To help these entrepreneurs reach their goals, a special menu of small business resources is available that includes funding, business-to-business opportunities and start-up assistance. Explore financial resources for small businesses

TOP FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOR GEORGIA BUSINESSES

Advanced Technology Development Center at Georgia Tech (ATDC)Start-up incubator and accelerator with more than 130 graduates. ATDC operates a seed fund that offers a partial match of private investments, up to $1 million.

Appalachian Regional Commission Business Development Revolving Loan FundA $3 million loan pool available for projects that create or save jobs in the Appalachian region.

Appalachian Regional Commission Economic Development Grant Program

Provides matching grants for projects to bring jobs to distressed areas in the Appalachian region. Applicants should develop projects in cooperation with one of the six Regional Development Centers in north Georgia.

Industrial Revenue Bonds and Bond Allocation ProgramBond program for companies that will create jobs or expand access to affordable housing. IRBs provide below-market financing for manufacturers.

CDBG Loan Guarantee Program (Section 108 Program)

Federally funded loan program that helps local governments in financing large-scale economic development projects.

Employment Incentive Program (EIP)

Financing program that may be combined with traditional private financing to fund economic development projects. Priority is given to projects that will improve working conditions for low- and moderate-income people.

Georgia’s Regional Commissions

Twelve regional offices throughout the state that work closely with local officials and financial institutions to promote economic development, planning and infrastructure.

OneGeorgia Authority

Provides financing for projects that benefit rural Georgia. Awards may be used for business relocation, infrastructure development, land acquisition and machinery purchases.

United States Small Business Administration (SBA)

Assists small businesses with loans, grants, bonds and other support services.