Commercial Real Estate Investing in Canada
At 640 pages, this is the ultimate guide and reference for anyone seeking to pursue investment opportunities in commercial real estate. You don’t need to be a millionaire to own this book — or to put it to good use. We have helped many people in the past realize their dream of owning commercial property and it all begins with the necessary knowledge and direction from bona fide experts.
So why is purchasing our book essential to become a commercial real estate investor?
Well, investing in commercial real estate is a very specialized form of investing. Most people are familiar with residential real estate investing, where an investor manages a portfolio of single-family and multi-family units to create cash flow and use increased values to buy more properties. The commercial real estate sector takes the form of investment in apartment buildings, office buildings, industrial buildings, warehouses, plazas or malls, and property development. The inherent risks and rewards are much different; the due diligence requirements are much different; the financial strategies are much different between these forms of real estate investment.
Through our years of experience in commercial real estate, it became apparent to us that we had gathered a body of knowledge that would be of interest to investors and professionals, such as realtors, financiers, lawyers, property managers, various professionals, their tenants, and of course non-professionals with a keen interest to invest their money in a growing sector.
Hence, we thought it timely to write a book that is both a primer on commercial real estate investment and a useful tool and reference guide for those seasoned professionals with a keen interest in real estate literature.
While subjective as it might be, in our opinion here are some “80-percent facts” about commercial real estate that clearly indicate that a book such as ours could prove helpful:
– 80 percent of commercial buildings are not properly managed, even by large landlords;
– 80 percent of landlords do not maintain a proper, rewarding relationship with their tenants;
– 80 percent of commercial properties do not generate the income they are capable of generating;
– 80 percent of landlords who are in financial trouble should not be in financial trouble;
– 80 percent of buildings need to be environmentally upgraded to reduce their environmental footprint, which will deliver cost savings to the owner.
But we’ve just started to scratch the surface here! Commercial Real Estate Investing in Canada may take a while to read, but the information and knowledge you will acquire will likely make you a wiser, more informed investor with the capacity to tackle a commercial real estate deal in no time.
And if you still need our help after all is said and done, give us a call. We’ll be more than glad to assist you in the search and purchase of your investment property.