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12 Reasons to Invest in Commercial Metal Buildings

The Benefits of Commercial Steel Buildings as Real Estate Investments

Graphic image depicting commercial investment property.Perceptive investors know commercial metal buildings generate sizable monthly cash flows.

Commercial and industrial real estate developers also appreciate the qualities afforded by prefabricated metal buildings.

Here are a dozen reasons real estate investors and developers use prefab metal buildings:

#1: Prefab Commercial Metal Buildings are Cost-effective

Successful real estate investments depend on a tightly controlled bottom line.  Keeping building budgets down helps keep profits up.

Streamlined and efficient, commercial steel buildings produce the most bang for your buck.  Efficient use of materials makes prefab metal buildings very affordable.

#2: Fast Delivery from Closest Shipping Point

Photo of a RHINO commercial steel building with brick exterior and a green metal hip roof.The closer the manufacturing plant is to the building site, the less you will spend on shipping.  With multiple shipping points across the U.S., RHINO commercial steel buildings save investors’ money on freight charges.

#3: Faster Assembly

The sooner the building is completed, the quicker it can begin generating cash flow.

RHINO prefab commercial buildings arrive from the factory ready to assemble. Builders typically save 33% or more on construction time with our prefab building kits.

#4: Ultimate Floorplan Flexibility for Commercial Property Investments

New tenants for a commercial property investment often need floorplan changes to fit their specific operation.  Fortunately, RHINO’s open floorplans allow our structures to adapt easily as tenants change.

With a RHINO clear span building, there is no limit to the layout options.  Remodeling is quick and easy.

In larger real estate investments like business parks, space may be divided between tenants, or offered as one large building.  RHINO’s structural adaptability helps keep your space rented and lucrative.

#5: Options to Customize Real Estate Investments

A builder points to a business park of commercial steel buildings.RHINO commercial metal buildings include an array of design choices for entry doors, overhead doors, skylights and wall lights, gutters, canopies, mezzanine floor systems, vents, and more.

Use sturdy steel panels, brick, stucco, stone, glass, concrete, wood, or any other common building material to finish your building’s exterior.

#6: Incredible Energy Efficiency

RHINO’s Pro-Value Insulation Package slashes heating and cooling bills by as much as 50%.

#7: Extremely Low Maintenance

RHINO prefab commercial buildings are very low maintenance, reducing the need for costly upkeep.

In addition, RHINO commercial steel buildings retain their beauty and value decade after decade.

#8: Insurance Savings

A RHINO steel structure erects quickly, reducing the time needed for builder’s risk insurance.

In addition, RHINO’s non-combustible commercial-grade steel framing minimizes fire risk.  Therefore, most carriers offer discounted insurance rates for RHINO structures.

#9: Durable Structure

Pre-engineered metal buildings outperform other structures in violent, destructive storms.  Metal buildings are also termite-resistant, non-combustible, and earthquake-resistant.

# 10: A RHINO Building to Fit Every Purpose

Regardless of the size or purpose for your commercial or industrial structure, RHINO delivers the best building at the best price.

#11: Excellent Resale Value

Should you later decide to sell RHINO your commercial property investment, you will find our structures earn an excellent resale value.

#12: Renters View Commercial Steel Buildings as a Plus

Photo of a huge multi-unit industrial park in Argyle, Texas.The benefits of prefab metal buildings are well known.  Therefore, steel-framed real estate investments and business parks attract quality tenants that prefer leasing steel structures for their businesses.

Call RHINO now for a Free Quote: 940.383.9566


 (Updated 7-8-2020.  Originally published 6-26-2013.)