Many Americans work each day tirelessly to accumulate 40 hours a week of work. This lifestyle will probably take up most of their adult lives. While a little vacation here and there is relaxing and refreshing, most people can’t wait for the time to come to spend the rest of their lives not tied to any job or duty. Unfortunately, most people can’t afford to retire until they are already in the elderly stage of life if they can retire at all. But, if smart investments are made at a younger age, it is still possible to retire even at an earlier age than average. One of these investments can be in commercial property ownership. Want to learn more about how commercial property ownership can lead to early retirement? Here’s how it can happen. (more…)
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The pandemic has pivoted the way we think of the real estate industry. Even though more and more people are fully vaccinated at this point, some offices have decided to go fully remote. This has shifted the market by an increased amount of people looking for high quality living spaces, and diminished the desire for office real estate. However, there is one type of commercial real estate that has not been affected by the crazy pandemic market– industrial real estate. This makes industrial real estate a solid, dependable choice for anyone looking to invest in commercial real estate in 2021. But why is that exactly? Read below to find out! (more…)
Investing is never easy, and there are always risks involved, no matter what. A lot of sectors require a lot of involvement after investment to ensure the best results. Luckily, commercial real estate is not one of them. For example, you can hire a property management company to essentially take care of the building you helped to create. They can take care of maintenance, repairs, and leasing of the property after it is built. Having a great property management company will do wonders for your commercial property and make sure it is rented to full capacity. But there are thousands of property management companies out there. How will you know which one to choose from? Here are some tips for finding perfect property management for your commercial property or business center. (more…)
Commercial real estate has undoubtedly taken a hit due to this year’s debacles. With the lockdowns and the increasing popularity of remote work, it might look like commercial real estate has taken a serious blow. However, because of the economic success in pre-pandemic months, some businesses are suffering less than one might think. In addition, some businesses have actually thrived during this time. If you are a CRE investor looking to broaden your portfolio, here are a few areas to check out.
In commercial real estate, one must have detailed information on the property in question. Without understanding the ins and outs of prospective premises, an investor cannot know for sure how to bid on it nor know what costs will come up later on. In figuring out these details, commercial property investors should conduct a building condition assessment.
In this age, America has seen the steady decline of the shopping mall. Competing with online sales, malls have less traffic than they used to. Are they worth keeping up? Most definitely yes. Not only are shopping malls needed in our society, but they also make great commercial real estate investments. Below is an outline of why this is the case.
Investing in commercial real estate is a lucrative way to make a living. When done wisely, it can help you reap a sizable income and also provide premium space for tenants to live or run their business. If you are interested in investing in commercial real estate, you will likely run into the challenge of finding a promising property in which to invest. Make sure you can check off these items before you decide on a property.
Several blog posts ago, we talked about several essential real estate investing terms to know. Investing in commercial real estate is a profitable means of receiving passive income, especially with apartment buildings. Last time, we covered NOI, cap rate, cash flow, closing costs, gross rental yield, and HOA fees. Now we will summarize six more terms.
Investors and owners of commercial property, such as shopping malls and office buildings, have busy lives. They do not necessarily have the time or even interest in taking on the responsibilities of taking care of a commercial property, let alone several. If this describes you, consider how a commercial property management service might benefit you in Frederick, MD.