MANUFACTURING FACILITY + SEPARATE RESIDENTIAL HOME = CHALLENGE?
We are looking at a business acquisition opportunity in the Northeast. The real estate is also for sale as a part of the deal; however, valuing the real estate (i.e. finding comps) has been quite a challenge.
The real estate consists of an industrial (manufacturing) facility and a separate, residential home that serves as the "office" for the business. This industrial-zoned property is located in the middle of a residential area.
Has anyone else come across this situation? We would appreciate any guidance or insight regarding how to value the property and use that valuation to further negotiations with the seller and bank.