Benefits and Drawbacks of a Triple Net Lease (NNN) in Commercial Real Estate
A triple net lease is a common lease structure in which the tenant (or lessee) is responsible for paying taxes, property insurance, and operating expenses in addition to the base rent and utilities.
Which Assets Are Investors Seeking in 2022?
CBRE’s 2022 U.S. investor intentions survey highlights some striking — though in many cases unsurprising — trends about where investor dollars will flow this year.
5 Considerations for Choosing an Investment Property
To help guide a thoughtful strategy towards investing in an income producing property, here are some of the most important considerations that an investor should keep in mind.
SBA 504 Loans and Commercial Real Estate: What You Need to Know
The SBA 504 Loan Program is meant to be utilized by small growing businesses to facilitate growth and job creation. This is done by helping small businesses collect the funds necessary to buy the real estate or machinery they need.
The Top 10 Self-Storage Companies of 2022
Our list of the largest firms includes both REITs and private owners that continue to expand in one of the country’s fastest-growing real estate sectors.
What Makes Office a Strong Investment Today?
As many companies continue work-from-home policies, how can you determine if an office asset is worth the investment?
2022 Commercial Real Estate Forecast
Here is our easily-digestible commercial real estate investing forecast for 2022, highlighting the market trends and latest fiscal policies to watch for a strong year of CRE investing.
The Top 6 Markets for Industrial Real Estate in 2021
The industrial real estate industry is thriving, and, while some believe a market correction may occur in the next year or two, others believe the strong e-commerce industry will keep the industrial market strong for several years to come.
The Top 10 Tax Benefits of Investing in Commercial Real Estate
From accelerated depreciation to mortgage interest deductions and tax advantages for an investor’s heirs, these benefits can lead to a massive difference in returns, especially over an extended period of time.