Jason_Parks1

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Someone is purchasing a 2-story building (old house turned into commercial space).

The person purchasing the building is going to have their business occupy the first floor.

They are looking for a tenant to rent out the second floor.

When the purchaser and his business move in, should they associate a suite with their business address for the first floor right away since there is the intention of a tenant moving into the second floor?

Or since they own the building, should they keep the primary address (without a suite number) and have the tenant on the second floor use a suite number?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated! I'm trying to get a good foundation from the get-go. Thanks Local Search Forum!
 

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I think assigning suite numbers is easier than floors because it leaves it open to having multiple businesses on the same floor in the future if needed.
 

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