What makes an accredited investor? When it comes to investing in most private securities, many of them require investors to be accredited. The problem is, not many people even know if they qualify for “accredited investor” status. To date, only about 3% of the population in the United States qualifies – which does sound small. […]
It may be the biggest growth industry of our lifetime. “Computer Technology” used to be nothing more than a replacement for yesterday’s technology such as the typewriter, the fax machine, the copier, and the phone.
Should You Implement Clean Energy in Commercial Real Estate?
Nothing wastes energy like outdated commercial real estate assets. From inefficient lighting systems and HVAC systems, to poor plumbing and building construction, you would be hard pressed to find a more wasteful industry.
Medical office buildings or MOBs for short, cast a wide meaning in commercial real estate – they can be anything from a small building used by a dentist or optometrist, to senior care facilities, or to a large hospital campus.
If you’re investing in commercial real estate, one common term that you will inevitably hear, is “cap rate” – short for “capitalization rate.” It’s a term you need to know and understand prior to putting capital towards a deal.
Questions to Ask Prior to Investing in Private Commercial Real Estate (Part 1)
When evaluating a sponsor or private security investment, it is prudent to begin with conducting due diligence on the sponsor first, because ultimately the deals are only as good as the sponsor offering them.