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Most 401ks have a REIT in their mix, and many investment professionals recommend some portion of your portfolio be placed into a REIT for diversification into real estate. What most people don't understand is that when you invest in a REIT you do not actually...

The basic idea of the triple-net lease investment is simple: the property owner nets a monthly or quarterly rental income while the commercial tenant covers the costs of operations and upkeep. The NNN property lease means that tenants, as it is stated in the lease;...

From small retail stores to multi-million dollar malls, no matter what size or how much they make, these retail outlets are all known as retail assets. Since the range between these assets is large, we can divide them into four different categories: National shopping centers...

When you read more about commercial real estate opportunities, you’ll notice that the offers all fall into one of four categories: Core, Core-Plus, Value Add, and Opportunistic. These four categories define the strategies and risk characteristics necessary to profit from commercial real estate investments. Core – Core property...

Vintage Place Update: As of Wednesday 3/26/14, we officially own Vintage Place through Vintage Place, LLC. We have signed a property management contract with the current management company and working with them on leasing as well. We are currently working through the lease negotiation with H&R...

Real Estate Syndication is simply the pooling of funds from numerous investors and channeling those funds into real estate projects. These funds can be used to acquire a property in its entirety, or these funds can be used as an equity contribution to the project in...

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