You’ve probably heard that investing in Commercial Real Estate (“CRE”) can be lucrative, and you are right. It can be even more lucrative if you are able to identify and purchase commercial real estate at foreclosure prices.
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.
With the current toll on the global economy, a widespread recession seems inevitable at this point. With that comes the immediate need to cut costs.
For many commercial real estate companies, it’s a smart move to bring in outside capital. It’s a great way to accelerate company growth! With this comes, managing real estate investors.
As part of the CARES Act (Coronovirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities) passed on March 30, 202, businesses with Net Operating Losses (NOL) in 2018, 2019, and 2020 can now amend previous tax returns and offset the income in previous years.
The real estate business is among the best ways to build wealth.
All around the world, commercial real estate is experiencing the effects of the digital transformation. Companies that were built in the early days of the Internet are suddenly finding themselves faced with next-level proptech solutions promising to help them scale more efficiently.
Commercial real estate ranks high on many people’s wish lists for a good reason. It is a profitable endeavor! However, if you want to purchase a commercial property, it’s essential to consider that larger profits could mean increased responsibility, too. Meaning – do your homework. Know what you are getting into. Here are a few […]
We sat down with Jeff Engstrom, a Senior Advisory Associate with Hall CPA, which is also known as the Real Estate CPA, to learn about the necessity of accurate record-keeping so your investors keep coming back.
A lot of people have criticized QuickBooks for their shortcomings as a real estate and property management software, until now. Many real estate owners begin with QuickBooks.