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  • What Investors Must Know About Closing Costs in Property Deals

    All real estate transactions have closing costs, including commercial real estate and investments. Through the closing process, there are many costs on top of your purchase price. Your closing costs will vary based on several factors. They are paid as the final step of your purchase. In general, the costs will be between 2% to 5% of the price of the property. Here we review the expected costs that you will pay, what closing costs are involved, and also whether the buyer or seller pays the closing costs.

  • How Can You Successfully Analyze the Changing Real Estate Market?

    Real estate market analysis is a valuable tool for any investor. It is important to successfully analyze the changing real estate market before making any investment decisions. Here are some steps to help you succeed.

  • What are the Effects of Inflation on the Commercial Real Estate Sector?

    From a historical viewpoint, it is clear to see that there is a cause-and-effect relationship between inflation and the commercial real estate sector. Most often, higher interest rates (inflation) directly correlate to lower property (commercial real estate) values. This is not always true, since increasing interest rates may be indicative of a growing economy and a demand in real estate. In this article, we delve deeper into inflation and how it relates to the commercial real estate sector.

  • Ways to Protect Your Investment in Commercial Properties From a Market Crash

    Any type of crash sounds scary, but the market crash might be the scariest of them all, especially if you have a lot of money locked up in commercial property investments. A market crash can be devastating, leaving you with no income and a worthless investment. Learning about how to protect from market crash may be the key difference between enjoying retirement on a beach somewhere and clawing out of the strangleholds of poverty.

  • Things Startups Should Remember Before Investing in Commercial Properties

    Commercial property, also known as commercial real estate, is the property that is used solely for business or workspace purposes. Some common uses for commercial properties are gas stations, convenience stores, shopping centers, any type of retailer, hotels, restaurants, and much more. These properties cannot be used as living spaces. Usually, the way commercial property works is that the owner of the property leases out to tenants. The tenants then put in the business of choice and pay the owner of the commercial property.