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If You Build It They Will Come

Development and redevelopment projects continue to be the real estate investment alternatives with the most lucrative return potential. Consequently, however, development and redevelopment projects bear the greatest risk and are generally left to only the most experienced real estate investors. Many investors fear these…Read More

How Do You Measure Up?

Every investor has that certain item they look for in order to identify a good investment property; some use Gross Rent Multiplier (GRM), others use Price per Square Foot, others use Price per Door, while still others use Capitalization Rate (CAP). This certainly begs the question, who is right? Even more profoundly…Read More

Investment Project Planning

The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) promulgated by the Project Management Institute (PMI) defines a project as “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service.” The PMBOK goes further to suggest…Read More

Investment Project Management

Since the preceding article is about the value of planning your real estate investment as a project, it is only fitting that I follow it up with an article that addresses the importance of managing your real estate investments as a project. While there is an old axiom that states that the failure to plan is synonymous with planning to fail, the lack of proper execution…Read More

The Good, the Bad and the Loss?

Vacancy and Credit Loss is the amount of revenue that remains uncollected due to un-rented units and current tenants that are not paying their full rental amount. In general, vacancy and credit loss is a combined annual figure which is expressed as a dollar amount and as a percentage of the Gross Scheduled Income. Historical data…Read More

TIC Talk

I often speak with investors who have questions about syndications, how they are structured and how it all works. I’d like to take this opportunity to explain our process and how syndications can be beneficial to both new and experienced investors…Read More.

Puzzling Pieces

Many first time investors shy away from Commercial Investing due to the misconception that they need hundreds of thousands dollars to purchase a commercial property. Now having hundreds of thousands of extra dollars is a great position to be in however it is not necessarily the benchmark starting position for first time investors. Historically, one of the most difficult obstacles…Read More