Your cousin the Realtor, who sells a house occasionally, probably isn’t the person to take you through the purchase or sale of commercial real estate. Nor is the general practice lawyer who saw your kid sister through her divorce. The money is too big. So is the liability. Contract terms are exacting.
For sellers, determining a property’s value is a complex, rigorous mathematical procedure. Detailed, precise information is required. Buyers need to perform due diligence at a level way beyond checking for termites.
And negotiating skills are critical for everyone.
Leave the gambling in Vegas.