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.
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.
Debt is often the best way, and sometimes the only way, to finance your business as you acquire more properties.
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.
If real estate businesses don’t automate, they’re going to fall behind. Now more than ever teams must streamline. Automation is one way to do that.
For many real estate owners and landlords across the country, the first real impact of the COVID-19 is becoming a reality with the collection of rent. Clearly, rent payments have been impacted by COVID-19 in a profound way.
Recent news about the Federal Reserve dropping the Federal interest rate has lots of real estate owners evaluating whether they should refinance.
The real estate business is among the best ways to build wealth.
Asset management makes it easier for you to track the financials of your real estate portfolio. In the commercial real estate world, asset management is often called real estate portfolio management or asset tracking. If you’re like many real estate companies, you may not have an easy way to view all of the financials of […]