If you’ve recently acquired a property and you’re looking to become a commercial landlord, you may be wondering what insurance you should require your tenants to carry.
As a commercial real estate owner, you are likely familiar with the process of filling out a personal financial statement (PFS).
Common area maintenance charges (usually abbreviated to CAM) are often a part of a commercial lease.
Establishing and maintaining good working relationships with your commercial tenants is important to your long-term success as an owner/landlord.
The big question is does business credit matter when investing in commercial real estate.
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Whether you are looking to find and acquire a new property, you are considering an investment, or you need to finance a property that you already own, when it is stabilized will be a question.
Let’s begin with the definition of a tenant estoppel. In the commercial real estate world, these are common. It is a certificate or a letter that may be required during the due diligence phase or the underwriting process.
Trying to run a real estate business without proper cash flow management is like being blindfolded in a maze: you may eventually figure out where you’re going, but you’ll be stumbling around and making mistakes before you get there.