Commercial Real Estate Investments

Things to Know Before Buying Commercial Property

To buy or not to buy? That is the question every business owner asks themself as their business begins to stabilize. While there are pros and cons to both, more on that in this blog post, it is important to do a thorough analysis to help determine if purchasing a building versus leasing is the right decision for you. Consider these five points before buying commercial property. What is your long-term plan? Making a long-term investment in a building is something not to be taken lightly. A plan helps focus your efforts on what’s the best choice for your company.

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The Lease Versus Own Decision

The Lease Versus Own Decision If you’re looking for commercial space for your business, you may be wondering if it’s better to lease or buy. While there are pros and cons to each, the decision should come down to what’s best for your company and your needs. Here’s a look at both options to help guide you during this important decision. Advantages to Leasing Commercial Property No Down Payment While you may have to put down a security deposit when leasing property, it will be a smaller total cost than a down payment. For reference, when purchasing a property with

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Commercial Real Estate Investment Tricks

No matter the property type, commercial real estate investing is all about the lease, tenant, and your return on investment. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, remaining competitive is essential in the performance of any property. Here are a few tricks to help you be successful: Focus on Being an Investor Rather Than an Accumulator of Properties Before investing in a property, do your due diligence to ensure you’re making a sensible decision. Remember, investments should produce an income or a profit. If you purchase a property that produces no income or profit, you just acquired a property which costs

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For Sale $575,000 – Rare Find… Peoria Stand-alone Industrial Warehouse & Showroom

FOR SALE:  $575,000 Rare Find… Peoria Stand-alone Industrial Warehouse & Showroom 8936 N 79th Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345 Rare find. Stand-alone Industrial Warehouse and Showroom, private fenced backyard, block wall around perimeter of the lot, rollup garage door. Located on the corner of Olive Avenue and 79th Ave. just west of Grand Avenue US Hwy 60. DOWNLOAD PROPERTY BROCHURE Property Details Total Building +/- 2,340 SF +/- 550 of showroom/ retail space (AC) +/- 1790 of warehouse (EVAP) Lot size +/- 20,038 SF 12 X 10 rollup garage door Peg board walls throughout the showroom Industrial shelving in the warehouse

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Not Your Mother’s Home Loan

So, you’re ready to buy your first commercial property. Great news! While you may have purchased residential real estate in the past, it is important to note that acquiring an office property is nothing like buying a home. Feeling nervous? Don’t be. My new book, “Simply Own It, The American Dream,” will guide you through how to buy the perfect commercial property to support your business, step by step. Before you get your hands on the book, this blog covers some helpful tips. Residential vs. Commercial Loans: What’s the Difference? So how do residential and commercial loan options stack up?

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Tips for Investing in Medical Buildings

Given the social impact of COVID-19 and other recent worldwide events, it is no surprise that investors seek medical office buildings as a bankable, essential asset class. In addition to the relative stability these investments offer, the number of outpatient centers across the U.S. continues to increase as patients desire more convenient and more affordable access to healthcare. Here are considerations that make medical office buildings a promising investment. Retention of Tenants is Regular Doctors stay at a location that suits them well because relocating usually results in a loss of 10 to 20 percent of their patient base. Furthermore,

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Tips for Investing in Core Real Estate Assets

If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio, look no further than core commercial real estate assets. Amid the current pandemic, typical strong demand urban centers like San Francisco, New York and Chicago have shifted in popularity for commercial investors. Instead, tertiary markets such as Phoenix, Austin, Nashville, and many other secondary markets are sought and have an added incentive with a higher return for the investor. Core investments generally employ low to moderate leverage and target stabilized, fully leased investments with a meaningful income component. Many investors see core investments as an attractive strategy for the level of risk they

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Why To Save For A Rainy Day

If there’s anything 2020 has taught us, it’s to expect the unexpected. Who could have predicted the impact the COVID-19 pandemic would have on commercial real estate and specifically the demand for space through quarantines, shutdowns, supply chain disruptions, employment loss, and much more. As a commercial real estate investor, potential economic conditions must be considered before buying single-tenant and multi-tenant properties. A financial savings plan or “rainy-day fund” can provide an extra security blanket that can help you through tough times or support your growth when the time is right. Here are a few reasons why single tenant and

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What sinks the (CRE) commercial real estate investment boat the fastest?

Investing in commercial real estate has long been a dependable wealth-building tool. While its long-term rewards can be very lucrative, it’s also a gamble. Mitigating risks on your investments comes down to learning the common mistakes and knowing how you can avoid them. If you’re interested in commercial real estate investment, read on for investment mistakes to avoid and tips to “win” the game of commercial real estate. Many investors struggle with the real estate due diligence process. While it may seem overwhelming and you may not know where to start, an experienced buyer representative and commercial real estate attorney

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Helpful Negotiation Tips for 1031 Investors

Triple net lease investments (NNN) with essential businesses such as drugstores, grocery stores and logistics centers are in high demand in the current market. Sellers are holding strong on their asking rates and many NNN assets are under contract within weeks of going on the market for close to the asking rate. As many 1031 exchange investors chase after potentially scarce properties in the marketplace, they may find themselves running into trouble finding replacement properties. To help you win your property bid when you need to replace funds for your 1031 exchange, I’ve complied some helpful negotiation tips that will

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