Real estate is considered real property — immovable property like land, buildings, and fixtures. Commercial real estate is property that generates income. This includes properties such as offices, retail space, restaurants, malls, factories, etc. Both federal and state laws govern commercial real estate transactions. For legal purposes, commercial real estate can include anything dealing with real property in a business context. This could be selling real property with or without a business attached, selling an apartment complex, or leasing out executive office space.
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