Commercial Property for Sale in Dunmore, PA

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126 Barton Street, Dunmore, Pennsylvania 18512

On streetParking(s)
This was a church in 1850 to 2005 and then became offices for the Historical Society. So much can be done with this beautiful old building,(of course you need to talk to zoning( but you can have maybe two townhouse or a single family home. The lower level has two half baths a wooden bar ,stage , two pantries a commercial size kitchen plenty of space .

Commercial Sale For Sale

233 Drinker Street, Dunmore, Pennsylvania 18512

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Investment Opportunity in The Heart of Dunmore. Your Chance to Own Mixed-Use, Income Property Right on The Ever-Growing Hub That is Drinker Street. 3 Residential Units And 1 Commercial Space With Operating Bar/Restaurant. Business Not For Sale. Massive Potential For Growth.

Commercial Sale For Sale

203 Chestnut Street, Dunmore, Pennsylvania 18512

Turn key bar and restaurant in the heart of Dunmore! Everything included- Business, liquor license, kitchen equipment, TV's furniture, and more! Bonus rear residential rental and detached four car garage for extra income. Building features bar in front with table seating, plus large rear dining room for more seating, side patio perfect for summer entertainment and large parking lot.

Commercial Sale For Sale

138 Smith Street, Dunmore, Pennsylvania 18512

NOW looking even better!! Great well-known commercial location in the heart of Dunmore PA. Former, Billy-B restaurant is now ready to be purchased with the liquor license and the space can be used as your heart desires. Imagine the opportunities to convert a busy, popular business to a business of your dreams.
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    Commercial Real Estate for Sale in Dunmore, PA

    The average price for commercial real estate for sale in Dunmore PA is currently $75 per square foot*, which is lower than the national average (but there is a wide range of valuation and multiple variations depending on if you’re referring to the price per square foot for office space, retail space, warehouse space, etc.). The average days on the market for over 50% of the commercial listings is over 90 days*, meaning that it may take some time for properties to attract potential renters or buyers. However, this market is still favorable for investors and business owners looking to expand or relocate, as there are still a number of high-quality properties available.

    * Greater Scranton Board of REALTORS® statistics June 2021-2023 (average sold price)

    About Dunmore, PA

    Dunmore, located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, is a popular area for those looking to live with the conveniences of Scranton, but residing just outside its municipal boundaries. Moreover, it has a thriving commercial real estate market. The town boasts an extensive range of industrial, office and retail spaces, making it an attractive location for businesses of all kinds. As you head north in the direction of Throop, the Keystone Industrial Park is a notable retail area with excellent access to the major interstates of I-81, I-84, I-380 and the Casey Highway. The median sale price for commercial properties in the area is $239,500 with prices ranging from $37,000 to $600,000*. Overall, the Dunmore commercial real estate market presents opportunities for investors and businesses looking for thriving markets to grow their operations.

    * Greater Scranton Board of REALTORS® statistics June 2021-2023 (average sold price)

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    How long does it take to close on a commercial property?

    With the complexity involved in commercial real estate loans, it usually takes about three or four months to close on a typical commercial loan. Quicker deals can come together between seventy-five and ninety days to close on a commercial property, though there are exceptions.

    As an investor, make sure you have sufficient time for due diligence – a period of time for completing inspections and investigating intended use, among other things. Before setting a closing date, the purchaser and their agent should consult (real estate/title) attorneys, engineers, inspectors and any other professionals needed to make sure they’re ready to close the deal. All parties will need to be mindful of their availability as well.

    What is the process to buy a commercial property?

    Purchasing a commercial property can be a complex matter, especially as it pertains to the buyer’s analysis. That’s why it’s imperative that you have enough time to investigate. Here are the major points when buying a commercial property:

    • Hire an experienced commercial real estate agent
    • Determine the type of commercial property you need
    • Identify potential properties to buy
    • Set up a showing
    • Decide upon which listing meets your needs
    • Make an offer 
    • Sign a sales agreement
    • Perform due diligence
    • Complete a final walkthrough of the property
    • Close on the property

    Remember, we’re here to help you navigate through these steps.

    How long are commercial real estate loans?

    Commercial real estate loans range from five to ten year terms, but are amortized up to a 25-year term. The longer the loan term, the less the monthly payment. However, a longer loan term means greater interest costs associated with the loan.

    In a situation where a 5-year term was taken for a commercial loan (amortization period of twenty-five years), the investor would make monthly payments over the course of five years based upon the loan being paid off over twenty-five years. At the end of the five years, one balloon payment would need to be made in order to pay off the remaining balance of the loan in full.