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| May 19, 2016
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Article | June 10, 2020
When people talk about real estate investing, they often only talk about whether the value of the home goes up or down. While that may be true if your only investment was in your primary residence, it completely misses many strategies for creating wealth through investment properties. The fact is, there are five different ways owning investment real estate can help create wealth for you.
Article | March 26, 2020
As most of us have adjusted to the new reality brought on by the coronavirus (COVID-19), developers and lenders are forced to look at the resulting economic shut down on ongoing real estate projects. When this virus first started making the news late last year, few people anticipated that it would turn into a global pandemic that would virtually shut down world economic markets. In the real estate world, when this did happen, it was easy to predict that the deals that had not yet been signed, would come to a stop and/or be terminated, and that deals that had been signed would be paused and extended. But what about deals in progress and under construction? Supply chains have not only been disrupted, but in many cases, have been stopped altogether. This could cause many borrowers to miss important benchmarks under construction loan agreements. It could also cause developers to miss delivery dates under leases and contracts. Will lenders declare loan defaults for missed benchmarks? Will tenants and buyers?
Article | March 4, 2020
When speaking with perspective investors, the first question that I ask is how well they understand the numbers of a potential investment. If they reply with a simple, “everything’s good,” I know the deal probably isn’t for me. But, if they respond with hard data about the market, property and financial information, I can take them seriously and consider the investment. As an investor in any industry, numbers are your best friend. I’ve spent hours pouring over spreadsheets of data and mastering best accounting practices and it’s made me the diligent investor that I am today. I believe that this dedication to digging into data is what sets met apart from other real estate investors and continues to give me an edge.
Article | March 11, 2020
The term “commercial real estate” is a broad phrase that includes several types of properties spanning across certain residential, office, and industrial developments. Commercial real estate investment generally requires more capital than other types of investment projects and involves more experience and time. It is imperative to understand the facts when deciding to become a commercial investor as other people’s livelihoods are at stake. Any mismanagement could be disastrous. As mentioned, “commercial real estate” is a broad category that many types of properties fall under. It is often defined as “real property” (ie: property “fixed” to the land) that generates a profit for the property holder.
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