Commercial Real Estate 101
Triple Net Leases, Gross Leases - What's the Difference?
Commercial Real Estate Leases come in many forms with a variety of functions. Here's a quick clip to cover the basic differences between a Triple Net Lease, Net (or Modified Lease) and a Gross Lease, so that as a Tenant, or Landlord, you are best prepared for your Lease arrangements.
Landlord Inducements - What does this mean for a Tenant in the Market?
A slower market can be a positive situation for some businesses, as an abundance of vacancy forces Landlords to be creative to attract and retain Tenants. Here are some of the most common incentives we're seeing in the market right now.
The Four Commercial Real Estate Investment Strategies
Core, Core Plus, Value Add and Opportunistic are terms used to define the risk and return characteristics of a real estate investment. They range from conservative to aggressive and are defined by both the physical attributes of the property and the amount of debt used to capitalize a project. All four strategies are further elaborated with videos and written content in my blog post entitled:
Environmental Site Assessments - Commercial Real Estate's Fire Breathing Dragon
Whether you are investing into commercial real estate for the first time, or are an avid pro, this is one expense that is not only going to be mandatory for any financing, but also could save you potentially hundreds of thousands in the long run, so have a listen.
The Offer to Purchase is more than just the purchase price.
The obvious item that a vendor and purchaser negotiate on though a real estate offer to purchase is the sale price. But there are many other important features in this document that can be negotiated that could ultimately lead both parties to a mutually successful transaction.