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Commercial Real Estate - How to Value a Property
We talk about 3 valuation methods in this video - Sales Comparison, Capitalization, and Replacement Cost Methods. Each has its own use, and appropriate circumstances.
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Analyzing Commercial Real Estate Quickly and Easily
Discover how you can analyze any commercial real estate quickly and easily with 5 key terms.
Commercial Property Valuation and Returns in India
How to estimate the right valuation for a Commercial Property and what kind of rental returns can you expect from a Commercial Real Estate in India? Let's understand the three methods to value a commercial property in India. Explained in Hindi. Related Videos: Commercial Property Investment: https://youtu.be/QGfQMqPc9kE 1. Fair Market Value of a Commercial Property in India 2. Rental Yield Method or Gross Rent Multiplier Method for a Commercial Real Estate in India 3. Land and Building Method for an Indian Commercial Property किसी कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी की सही वैल्यू कैसे एस्टीमेट करें और किस प्रकार के रेंटल रिटर्न्स आप इंडिया में कमर्शियल रियल एस्टेट प्रॉपर्टी से एक्सपेक्ट कर सकते हैं? चलिए समझते हैं इंडिया में कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी के मूल्य का आंकलन करने की 3 विधियां। 1. इंडिया में कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी की फेयर मार्केट वैल्यू 2. इंडिया में कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी के लिए रेंटल यील्ड मेथड या ग्रॉस रेंट मल्टीप्लायर मेथड 3. इंडिया में कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी के लिए लैंड एंड बिल्डिंग मेथड Share this Video: https://youtu.be/Hvf7kSwgpDE Subscribe To Our Channel and Get More Property and Real Estate Tips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsNxHPbaCWL1tKw2hxGQD6g If you want to become an Expert Real Estate investor, please visit our website https://assetyogi.com now and Subscribe to our newsletter. In this video, we have explained: How to buy commercial property in India? How to evaluate the value of any commercial property in India? What type of returns can you expect from commercial real estate property? How much rental returns can be expected from a commercial property in India? What are the methods to evaluate the price of any commercial property? What evaluation methods are used to evaluate the price of commercial property in India? How to calculate the right price of a commercial property in India? इंडिया में कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी कैसे खरीदें? इंडिया में किसी भी कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी के मूल्य का मूल्यांकन कैसे करें? किसी कमर्शियल रियल एस्टेट प्रॉपर्टी से आप किस तरह के रिटर्न की उम्मीद कर सकते हैं? इंडिया में एक कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी से कितनी रेंटल रिटर्न की उम्मीद की जा सकती है? किसी कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी की कीमत का मूल्यांकन करने के क्या-क्या तरीके हैं? इंडिया में कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी की कीमत का मूल्यांकन करने के लिए किन मूल्यांकन विधियों का उपयोग किया जाता है? इंडिया में किसी कमर्शियल प्रॉपर्टी की सही कीमत की गणना कैसे करें? Make sure to Like and Share this video. Other Great Resources AssetYogi – http://assetyogi.com/ Follow Us: Twitter - http://twitter.com/assetyogi Instagram - http://instagram.com/assetyogi Linkedin - http://www.linkedin.com/company/asset-yogi Google Plus – https://plus.google.com/+assetyogi-ay Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/assetyogi/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/assetyogi Hope you liked this video in Hindi on “Commercial Property Valuation and Returns in India".
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How to Value your Commercial Property For Sale | Commercial Real Estate Advice – Tiner
How To Value Your Commercial Property For Sale Establishing fair market value has a consistent process that can yield a very reliable valuation result. Review the properties improvements locations and how it fits in the competitive nature of the real estate marketplace. Haw does the property perform as an investment? Are they national corporations or local start-ups? Commercial Real Estate Advice from two experts in the Commercial Real Estate field, Ben Tiner and Tony Wood. About Ben Tiner: After earning his Managerial Economics degree from U.C. Davis, Ben joined the commercial team at Tiner Properties in 2005 as a Commercial Asset Manager. Ben is a licensed California Real Estate Broker and actively manages the Commercial Portfolio of an estimated Three million square feet of retail, office, medical, and industrial space throughout the Greater Sacramento Area. He is active in both the sale and leasing of commercial property. Ben's clients include the Government Services Administration (GSA), CarQuest, Sprint, Subway, medical practitioners and investment holding companies. Ben is driven by his passion for every client, property and transaction he is involved with. Ben's book "Commercial Property Leasing" is an essential tool for everyone involved with commercial real estate. Ben's most recent achievement is earning his Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. About Tony Wood: Tony Wood is well known for his market insights and signature “Forensic Approach” to commercial real estate transactions. For over 30 years Tony has specialized in a wide spectrum of commercial real estate services. With extensive experience in all real estate property types and ownership structures, Tony’s experience includes the leasing and sale of office, retail, industrial, investment and owner-user properties throughout the Western United States. His consulting services encompass valuation, market studies and transactional trusted advisor. He is retained as a professional witness and consultant to banks, law firms, insurance companies and CPAs. Tony is motivated by the difference he can make in each transaction. Tiner Commercial Real Estate services the Greater Sacramento Area with Property Management, Sales and Leasing. Website: www.tinercommercial.com Phone: 916-999-3900
Commercial Real Estate - NOI, Cap Rate, & Price
A quick description of Net Operating Income, Capitalization Rate, and Price - What they are, how they interact with each other, how to use them, etc. If I have made any mistakes, or omitted what seems like important relevant info then please message me or leave a comment! http://relevantproperties.com
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How do you determine the value of commercial properties?
For more information on this subject, or for any commercial real estate related questions or information, you’re invited to call Michael Bull at 404-876-1640 x 101. Any question, anywhere, anytime.
Real Estate Acquisition Model for Office, Retail, or Industrial Properties
A basic real estate valuation model for office, retail, or industrial deals built in Microsoft Excel. The model includes a simple DCF module to calculate cash flows over the hold period, as well as an equity waterfall module for calculating partnership returns. You can download the model for free here: http://www.adventuresincre.com/real-estate-acquisition-model-for-office-retail-or-industrial-properties If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact the author, Spencer Burton, at http://www.spencerburton.org
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Value-Added Real Estate Private Equity Case Study
In this Value-Added Real Estate Private Equity Case Study tutorial video, you'll learn what to expect in real estate private equity case studies and you'll get an example of a real value-added RE PE case study with the solution file and a walk-through of the key points. Please get all the files and the textual description and explanation here: http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com/value-added-real-estate-private-equity-case-study/ Table of Contents: 2:41 Part 1: The Types of RE PE Case Studies 5:19 Part 2: This Case Study and What Makes It Tricky 12:40 Part 3: Why Excel is Horrible for This Case Study 16:59 The Scenarios in This Model 17:51 Part 4: The Property Model and Returns Analysis 26:39 Part 5: The Investment Recommendation 28:37 Recap and Summary Part 1: The Types of RE PE Case Studies The 3 main types are core / core-plus, value-added, and opportunistic. In the first category, the property stays nearly the same over the holding period and the market analysis is more important than a complex model. In the second category, the property changes significantly (more tenants, higher rents, a renovation, etc.) and the models tend to be more complex. The modeling often gets the most complex in the third category because a new property is developed, an existing one is redeveloped, or the building changes massively (e.g., rescuing a distressed property). The complexity also depends on how granular the model is - modeling individual tenants with different lease terms always gets more complicated than a high-level model with average unit sizes, square feet or square meters, etc. Part 2: This Case Study and What Makes It Tricky This case study is less about analyzing the market data, and more about getting all the Excel formulas correct, making the correct calculations, and finishing on time. Since we have information on 13 individual tenants in the building, we NEED to do a more granular analysis and look at each tenant separately. The Excel formulas for free months of rent, TIs and LCs, and other key terms in the leases are somewhat tricky to figure out. Part 3: Why Excel is Horrible for This Case Study The problem here is that there are two scenarios for each existing tenant: they might renew, or they might not renew, when their lease expires. If it's just these two scenarios you can do a reasonable job plotting them out in Excel. But when it goes beyond that - say, 2-year contracts over a 10-year period, resulting in 5 "renewal points" and 2^5 or 32 scenarios - Excel becomes unwieldy for this exercise. You're better off using ARGUS to model this if you have that level of complexity and an entire probability tree. As it stands, our formulas get quite complex here though they are not THAT difficult to understand if you break down the individual components. The Scenarios in This Model The main difference between the three scenarios here is that the occupancy rate stays the same, at 74%, in the Downside Case, whereas it increases to 80% in the Base Case because we find three new tenants, and it increases to 85% in the Upside Case as we find four new tenants. Also, the growth assumptions and the TIs, LCs, and other concessions such as free months of rent differ between the three cases and are most generous in the Upside Case and least generous in the Downside Case. Part 4: The Property Model and Returns Analysis In short, after setting up all the formulas for rent, free months of rent, absorption (the difference between market rent and in-place rent), turnover vacancy (the time between one tenant cancelling and moving out and finding a new one to replace him), and general vacancy, we fill out the rest of the Pro-Forma Model. We include all the operating expenses to determine the property's NOI, and then plot out the debt repayments over time and the interest expense paid on debt. The Acquisition/Exit assumptions and Sources & Uses schedule are all quite straightforward: we assume lower Exit Cap Rates due to the renovation, but there's less of a decline in the Downside Case. In the Returns Analysis, we set up a "waterfall schedule" to split and distribute the returns: up to a 10% IRR is split 80/20 between the LPs and GPs, then between a 10% and 15% IRR it's split 70/30, and then above 15% it's split 60/40. Part 5: The Investment Recommendation We recommend acquiring the property because the numbers work well and meet our targeted IRR and CoC multiple in the Base and Downside cases, the market data is positive, and we believe it's plausible for the occupancy rate and average rents to increase up to the market levels in the area. For the deal NOT to work, something catastrophic would have to happen: rents falling by 25%, the lease renewal rate dropping to 30%, or something in that vein... and we believe there are ways to mitigate against all those risks. http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com/value-added-real-estate-private-equity-case-study/
Commercial Real Estate Investing for Dummies
http://www.commercialpropertyadvisors.com/dummies Commercial real estate investing for dummies by the author of the book Commercial Real Estate Investing for Dummies
Where can I find the value of commercial property?
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Value Add Properties - Real Estate Investment Tips
Stay knowledgeable by subscribing! http://bit.ly/iLiveInTheBayArea Visit my site for even more information: http://www.iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea There's a small niche market for a certain types of investors. The types of properties in this niche market are called Value Add properties, and these investors usually have three things. A great deal of cash...a sophisticated team including their real estate broker and contractors, and the stomach to take some big and risky leaps. Chances are you've seen these properties just in your daily commute. The empty office buildings, the rundown apartments and the retail center that USED to be nice but now it's just so worn out. These are the type of properties that for the right price and the right investor can make huge amounts of income over time...if you have the right stomach for it! First, let me touch a bit on how valuating commercial property works. Here we have a $1M office building. Let's say it has 20 different spaces that it could rent out, and only 2 of them are rented. Together, each unit pays $1000/month. If you remember from my "Commercial Loan Process" video, a commercial loan has to pay for itself and THEN some. With the building listed for $1M, there is no WAY you could get a loan that's under $2000/month! Just in taxes and insurance alone would cost you more!! But wait...if the whole point of commercial investment real estate is to make a profit on the rents...why would I buy something that's going to make me a NEGATIVE cash flow every month? And this is exactly where the value add comes in! The first catch is that you have to buy this property with cash or with a hard money lender as I discussed in my "Hard Money Loan" video. You may be buying this property for $1M, but the good thing is that it would cost you MORE than that to even BUILD it from scratch...so you're already one step in the right direction. Not only that, but at this price, you could just undercut all the other office landlords and rent your remaining 18 units for $750/month. With that, you can fill it up in NO time!! Now instead of just $2000/month, you're making over $15,500! This easily translates to a high positive cash flow! Once the property is stabilized with these tenants for a while, you have a few options. First you can improve the building and charge the tenants more money once their leases are through. This adds value to your property - making it more desirable - and makes tenants more acceptable to paying higher rents since they'd be in an upgraded building. Secondly if you choose, you could refinance the property. This will free up some funds that you initially invested so you could reinvest elsewhere. Finally you could "flip" the property for a profit! Without getting into detailed numbers, if you do your research and find that OTHER similar office buildings which make about the same monthly income of $15,500/month are selling for $2M, then your property is likely in that same range. For those of you that are a bit more comfortable with homes, let me compare it to a residential value add. We all probably know it as "flipping houses". There's a $250k house that's completely gutted...no one wants to buy it all cash when they can buy the neighbor's house for $500k. Someone comes along and figures that they could do the repairs themselves...and after a few months and about $100k, the home is worth $500k just like the neighbors. You add the $250k home price plus another $100k in rehab, that's a $150k profit. There is a final catch to all this as well. There's always a potential for something to go wrong. For instance, let's say that you're unable to rent out the units for $750/month, and instead you have to rent them out for $500/month...what is that going to do to your projections? This is why you have to be able to weigh your risk vs. what you determine will happen in the future with as much analysis as possible. These niche value add properties aren't usually easy to find. And like I mentioned before, they come with a HUGE risks. This means that even though there MIGHT be a HUGE payoff after the project is completed there's also a chance you only break even or even lose money. Most people are completely comfortable making a safe 6-12% return, vs. risking it to make 15-20%. This is why having a sophisticated team working for you is essential. You need to have everything lined up before you even attempt to buy a value add type of property. Weigh all your risks, do all the research and analysis you can, and if you're confident -- and have the stomach to make some huge profits -- then go for it...now that's good to know.
7 Commercial Real Estate Terms You Should Know
Discover 7 Commercial Real Estate Terms you should know if you plan to invest in commercial property at some point in your career. You'll learn about the following terms in this video: 1. Net Operating Income (NOI) 2. Cash on Cash Return 3. Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate) 4. Debt Coverage Ratio 5. Price per Unit 6. Building Classification 7. Types of Leases And the bonus term is "Relationships"
Creating New Value for Older Commercial Properties
Haril Pandya, AIA, partner at CBT Architects, shares insights on repositioning older commercial real estate assets to maximize their value and impact in the marketplace.
5 Best Commercial Real Estate Types for Individual Investors
Discover the 5 Best Commercial Real Estate Types for Individual Investors from Peter Harris of CommercialPropertyAdvisors.com. Learn more at: http://www.commercialpropertyadvisors.com/5-best-commercial-real-estate-types/
Key Cost Differences Between Residential and Commercial Real Estate Investing
http://www.revnyou.com It's more expensive to buy commercial real estate, but why? In this video, Dave Peniuk walks you through some of the key cost differences between buying houses and buying commercial real estate. Besides environmental concerns, the banks lending you money for commercial deals, put a lot of the expenses on your shoulders. Watch and, if you want more videos like this, give it a thumbs up! Thanks!
Leasing vs. Owning Your Commercial Property - Real Estate Investment Tips
Stay knowledgeable by subscribing! http://bit.ly/iLiveInTheBayArea Visit my site for even more information: http://www.iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea If you own your own company, whether you are expanding your operations or simply staying where you are, one question has likely come up. Is it better to own our own space or lease it? With prices being the way they are, it might very well be the best time to buy your own real estate. However, owning MIGHT not be the best solution depending on what some of those intrinsic answer turn out to be. Why don't we look at a few well-known brands to see what their lease v own model is...Starbucks and Chevron. Starbucks...the little coffee shop from Seattle that started in 1971 and is now the largest coffee house in the world with over 17,000 stores in over 50 counties. Starbucks is a company that expanded SO FAST that in the 1990's until about mid 2000 they opened a new coffee house every single workday. If you're ever in downtown San Francisco or NY, it's not that hard to find two Starbucks locations on opposite street corners Now let's look at the Starbucks mode. Nearly all of their locations are in retail shopping centers or high density office markets in downtown locations. If Starbucks bought their location, they'd have to buy the entire retail center or the entire office complex and manage them for investment...something that's not in their business model. Instead, they lease all their locations. Also, we have to know what Starbucks expects their Net Present Value to be as explained in my "Determining Net Present Value" video. At one point I recall reading that for every $1 Starbucks received from an investor through stock, they could turn and make over .25-50 cents with that same $1 in a single year. A company that's rapidly growing like Starbucks would always set their NPV over 25 to 50%. The reason they could set it at such a high number was because they knew they could create SUCH a profit from a single dollar! Most income property can make anywhere from 5-20% depending on location and risk...so realistically, what kind of property doubles in value every year? If Starbucks is making 25-50 cents in profit for every dollar received, they would have to find a property worth buying that could make just as much. Considering how highly implausible that is, why would they waste their time when they could just lease out a space and keep expanding and making money? Now let's take a look at Chevron - a large company that is still growing, but at a much slower pace than Starbucks due to their smaller profit margin...Without knowing the exact numbers, let's presume for every $1 they receive from an investor they create 5-10 cents profit. A company like Chevron may not be able to demand such a large NPV like Starbucks, but they can definitely demand a 5-10% NPV rate because that is the profit they expect to make. Chevron of course wants to grow and expand, but nowhere NEAR the pace as Starbucks...they simply can't!! They're already grown! So with their NPV at 5-10%, even if the property they purchase doesn't appreciate in value very much or make them a good return, it may still be worth it for the STABILITY. Can you imagine if Chevron rented some of their huge refineries and all of a sudden the landlord raised rents on them because the market has gone up?? What do you think would happen to their bottom line? Would they be able to REALLY relocate their huge refinery? What do you think would happen to the consumer at the gas pump? What leverage would they have as a company vs. Starbucks who could simply pack up and move across the street if they don't like the lease rates? Remember, the rule that buying is better than leasing doesn't always apply in business. First and foremost, you have to decide whether or not you want the stability and commitment of a large purchase, or the flexibility of leaving once your lease is done. There's also financial issues in regards to if you have the capabilities for such a large transaction. These are just some of the questions that have to be addressed when considering leasing or owning. Usually, if your business is rapidly expanding, leasing is the common case. Whereas if you're looking for stability and modest growth, a purchase may be a better option. If you're wondering if expanding is right for you or what kind of data you can get for when the time comes, be sure to watch my "Site Selection" video. Determine the negatives and positives of both scenarios and determine at which point you would feel comfortable with either buying or leasing. This way you can use your capital wisely to help your business flourish the way you see fit...now that's good to know.
Gas Stations And Going-Concern Value in Commercial Real Estate Appraisal
http://www.commercial-appraisers.com Christopher A. Rolly, MAI with Commercial Investment Appraisers in Orlando discusses how going gas stations can be appraised for their going-concern value. To speak with a commercial appraiser in Central Florida, call 407-929-8080.
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Commercial Real Estate Loan Refinancing: What It Means and Why Investors Do It
In this lesson, you’ll learn what it means to “refinance” commercial real estate loans in development and acquisition deals, why Equity Investors do it, and how it can boost their returns in deals. https://breakingintowallstreet.com/ "Financial Modeling Training And Career Resources For Aspiring Investment Bankers" Table of Contents: 1:24 The Short Explanation for Refinancing 4:27 Examples with the Property’s Value Increasing 12:47 Different Types of Lenders and the Downsides of Refinancing 15:32 Recap and Summary Resources: https://youtube-breakingintowallstreet-com.s3.amazonaws.com/Real-Estate/Commercial-Real-Estate-Loan-Refinancing-Example.xlsx https://youtube-breakingintowallstreet-com.s3.amazonaws.com/Real-Estate/Commercial-Real-Estate-Loan-Refinancing-Slides.pdf Lesson Outline: A pair of questions that came in the other day: “Can you explain, in layman’s terms, why you often assume that Debt gets refinanced in real estate deals?” “Also, why is the amount of new Debt raised often different from the amount of existing Debt repaid?” SHORT ANSWER: Equity Investors complete refinancings to boost their returns in real estate deals – and because it’s in everyone’s best interest to do so. “Refinancing” means repaying existing Debt – almost all real estate deals involve Debt – by raising new Debt (think of it as “replacing” existing Debt). Refinancing boosts returns for the Equity Investors by reducing the interest expense and letting them earn back some of their initial investment before the exit (sale of the property). There are three main, specific reasons to refinance: Reason #1: Interest rates have fallen, or the property’s credit profile has changed, and the Equity Investors can get lower rates. For example, maybe interest rates have fallen from 5% to 4% – that may seem like a small difference, but since property deals often use 50-70% leverage, lower interest rates could result in a significant increase in cash flow. Reason #2: The property’s value has increased, so by refinancing at the same “Loan to Value” (LTV) Ratio, the sponsor can earn back some of its initial investment early – before the exit. For example, if an investor pays $10 million for a property that generates $600K in Net Operating Income (NOI) in Year 1 (6% Cap Rate) and uses a 70% LTV, that’s $7 million of Debt. By Year 3, the property’s NOI has increased to $650K, and market conditions have stayed about the same, so assuming the same 6% Cap Rate, the property is now worth $650K / 6% = $10.8 million. The New Debt would be worth $10.8 million * 70% = $7.6 million at a 70% LTV now, so the extra $600K in proceeds go to the Equity Investors early. We demonstrate a more complex example of this with a $54 million AUD hotel in Darwin, Australia, acquired at an 8.80% Cap Rate using an 85% LTV. After four years, the forward NOI has increased from $4.7 million to $6.3 million, so it is worth $70.5 million at a 9.00% Cap Rate. We refinance at a 75% LTV, slightly lower, and use a $52.9 million Permanent Loan to repay the $44.4 million of remaining acquisition debt and mezzanine at this point. That $8.5 million “extra” goes to the Equity Investors (it’s a bit less due to the financing fees). Without the refinancing, the 5-year IRR would be 17.9%; with the refinancing, it would be 19.1%. This is a small difference because Cap Rates rise slightly and the LTV drops – but if Cap Rates fall or the LTV stays the same or increases, refinancing could add far more than 1% to the IRR. Reason #3: The terms of the Debt require a refinancing. Different lenders target different risk and potential returns, and Construction and Bridge Loan investors don’t want to stay on board once a property is built or stabilized. So, these lenders often require property owners to refinance under certain conditions or when there’s a “change of control” (someone else buys the property). Downsides to Refinancing The Equity Investors might not refinance if the property’s value has fallen or if interest rates have risen. Refinancing does present some risk because it could increase the default risk, especially if the Interest Coverage Ratio or Debt Service Coverage Ratio fall. Finally, it can sometimes be tricky to estimate the correct property value and use it in these formulas, especially if the property has not yet stabilized and will take time to do so.
How to Use The Income Approach to Value Income-Producing Property
This video is a companion to our A.CRE 101: The Income Approach tutorial over at AdventuresinCRE.com. To check out the entire post and download the Excel file: Read the entire tutorial and download the model: https://www.adventuresincre.com/acre-101-income-approach-value-income-producing-property Learn about the author: http://www.SpencerBurton.org
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how to improve the value of your commercial property investment
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How to Make an Offer on Commercial Real Estate
http://www.commercialpropertyadvisors.com/how-to-make-offers-on-commercial-real-estate/ Discover what no classroom would ever teach you on how to make an offer on commercial real estate. You'll learn the absolute essential things you need to make an intelligent offer, including the 4 phases you must go through BEFORE you finalize your offer. Most importantly, the lessons in this video will educate you on how to avoid overpaying as well as the dreaded negative cash-flow scenario that some commercial investors experience when they first purchase. Lastly, you'll get access to a file that step by step, shows you exactly how to make the best offer on any commercial property.
How to Buy Distressed Commercial Property
Distressed Commercial Property can make you a multi-millionaire on just one good deal. In this video, you'll discover the physical, financial and legal characteristics that make commercial real estate distressed and how you can buy distressed properties for profit. You'll learn how to locate them, finance them and design the right exit strategies.
REAL ESTATE :  Commercial Property Vs. Residential Property
Watch : Must know differences before buying a Residential Property or Commercial Property by India's First Real Estate Coach, B M Pounacha. To know more, Watch : https://youtu.be/8BcpT0yyjmI To Get All Your Financial Queries Answered, Just leave a Missed Call on, #02261816111 - or - Just post a request on IndianMoney.com website. Learn to SAVE,SPEND,INVEST and BORROW consciously by just subscribing to our IndianMoney.com channel http://bit.ly/2gjv2mu You can also Visit us at http://indianmoney.com/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/IndianMoneycom/165804993477585 Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/indianmoneycom Add us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+Indianmoney Join our network on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/indianmoney-com Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/askwealthdoctor/ #RealEstate #Property #BuyProperty #ReturnOnInvestment #MoneyTalk #FinancialPlanning #IndianMoney #Loans #Tax #Insurance #MutualFunds #FreeFinancialAdvice #Save #Spend #Invest #Borrow Thanks for Watching! "Be Wise, Get Rich".
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How Commercial Property Values are Determined
Real estate valuation can be a bit of a science. When determining the value of commercial property, in fact, all types of real estate there are 4 main determinants. The 4 main items that determine property value are 1. Adaptability. Market conditions are always changing what is popular today may not be popular tomorrow. The better the property can adapt to other uses the better the value and security of income 2. Rarety. Are there similar properties around? Supply for demand forces has an affect on value 3. Transferability. There must be clear title. There may be legal problems when the time comes to sell if you cannot clearly define title. 4. Demand. Is your investment In a popular high demand area. The more available qualified tenants the more rent you can charge. For more our new FREE (for a limited time) E-BOOK and the real estate information you need now...... visit our web site - www.BusinessRealEstatetoday.com
3 Types of Commercial Real Estate Leases
NOTE: As of January 2018, I am no longer working at Pyramid Brokerage Company, and I am now working with Red Door Realty NY. Check us out online at: http://www.reddoorrealtyny.com/james-kim/ 3 Different Types of Commercial Real Estate Leases The three main types of commercial real estate lease types are percentage, gross, and net. Percentage Lease The tenant pays a monthly rental rate as well as a certain agreed-upon percentage of monthly sales in the business. This type of lease may be found in retail properties like strip malls. Gross Lease The tenant is only responsible for paying their monthly rent. monthly rent includes everything, with the the landlord paying the property taxes, Common Area Maintenance (CAM) fees, utilities, and other expenses. In a gross lease, Net Lease The tenant is responsible for paying the rent as well as some or all of other building costs such as CAM, property taxes, utilities, etc. There are varying levels of net leases, including the Triple Net (NNN) lease, where the tenant pays rent and all additional costs. Follow on Facebook for more useful content about commercial real estate and personal development that you might be interested in seeing: https://www.facebook.com/Jameskkimcommercialrealestate
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An Introduction to the UC Economics Center's Commercial Property Value Forecast Model
Created for business leaders in the community, the Commercial Property Value Forecast Model is intended as a resource to make accurate forecasts, specifically as it relates to commercial property values.
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How To Project Sale Value In Commercial Real Estate
When underwriting a property, commercial real estate investors project a sale (reversion) value at the end of their projected hold period. These are the most common ways we do it.
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What Is Cap Rate and How Does It Affect the Value of My Commercial Real Estate Investment?
https://www.msrholdings.com/ If you’re an investor interested in commercial real estate, then Capitalization Rate – or “Cap Rate” as it’s usually known – is one of the most integral concepts to understand. Understanding the Cap Rate equation, and how it can work to provide you with the best return on investment, will help you make smart investment choices. The Cap Rate equation has three components: - Cap Rate: Used to estimate an investor’s potential value on a real estate investment. - Net Operating Income: Annual income the property generates. This involves rent from tenants, less any operating expenses such as maintenance and taxes. - Value or Purchase Price: How much the property is worth in current market conditions. NOI, Value, and Cap Rate control how much return on your investment you will get. Watch this video, where we explain the Cap Rate equation in detail and give examples of how the different elements can affect long-term ROI.
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Tips for Selling Your Commercial Property
With the market performing strong and prices high, now may be a good time to sell your commercial property. Join Michael Bull for tips and strategies, from getting an appraisal to picking the best agent to sell your property. For more information contact Michael Bull, CCIM 404-876-1640 x 101 or visit http://www.BullRealty.com Looking for tips as an agent? Visit http://www.CommercialAgentSuccess.com Appreciate the video? The best thank you is to check out our sponsors. See if they might be of value to you, or your referrals. http://commercialrealestateshow.com/c... Don’t miss a show of special interest to you, subscribe to our weekly show topic email notification. You’ll know who’s on the show and what it’s about. http://bit.ly/2gfoKSN You’re invited to subscribe to the show’s YouTube channel. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... For more videos, podcasts, and articles, visit http://www.CREshow.com
The Real Value of Space in Commercial Real Estate
This video explains how by releasing space from within the walls, you could be unlocking investment potential in terms of rental income. The usable space within a building is a fundamental metric in understanding the valuation, thus the investment potential, of real estate. Property with greater internal floor area commands a higher rental return in addition to a higher overall financial value. Insulation can add width to external walls, which takes up internal floor space. Space that could be used to generate additional rental income. Space that can be valuable in commercial real estate. So imagine if you could reduce the width of the walls of your building, without compromising the overall designed footprint, to release space and unlock the full investment potential for you or your client… Kingspan Kooltherm wall insulation solutions deliver superior thermal performance with a thinner profile. Kingspan Insulation asked Sweett Group to look into the Return on Investment (ROI) from specifying Kingspan Kooltherm wall insulation solutions versus comparative insulation solutions.
Store closings affecting commercial property value in Springfield
Many retail chains have closed due to the increase in online shopping.
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Commercial Real Estate - Calculating Effective Gross Income (EGI) - REIClub.com
http://www.REIClub.com Effective Gross Income (EGI) Is An Important Number in Commercial Real Estate. Here's How To Calculate EGI For Your Real Estate Investment... SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=reiclub SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE NEWSLETTER https://www.reiclub.com/real-estate-newsletter.php LET’S CONNECT http://www.facebook.com/reiclub http://twitter.com/reiclub https://plus.google.com/+reiclub http://www.pinterest.com/realestateclub/ Hi, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com, the only site you need as a real estate investor. Today I've got quick video on how to calculate effective gross income (EGI) for commercial real estate investing. Effective Gross Income (EGI) The amount of income produced by a piece of property, plus misc income, less vacancy costs and collection issues. Investors use the EGI to determine how much they are willing to pay for the property based on how much they expect to make in earnings. Gross Potential Rent (GPR) The expected income a property will produce when fully occupied and all rents are collected. Example: 10 unit apartment $800/month $8000/year x 12 months = $96,000 Other Income/Revenues - laundry facilities - vending machines - car wash centers - additional storage - personal errand services - late fees from rent - parking permits - covered parking - etc... Example: $1000/mo in additional revenue $12,000/year Total Potential Revenues (Gross Income) GPR + other income = $108,000/year Vacancy The vacancy rate is the percentage of all the rental units that are vacant in relation to the total amount of units in the property. (Total Vacant Units) / (Total Units) = Vacancy Rate Average vacancy rates are around 5-10% Credits Money or percentage of income that is estimated to be lost due to non-payment of rents. Also includes, - management fees - maintenance - compensation Average Credit Loss is around 5-10% Owner/Concessions - free rent for first month - tenant improvement allowance - lower rents due to assistance from current tenants - parking permits - internet access EFFECTIVE GROSS INCOME (EGI) Calculation Gross Income -- Vacancy Costs (vacancy rate (%) x income = $ amount) -- Credit Loss (i.e. collections, evictions, etc) = Effective Gross Income (EGI) $108,000 - (.05 x $108,000) = $102,600 $102,600 - (.05 x $108,000) = $97,200 EGI = $97,200 - Concessions As a real estate investor interested in commercial real estate, you need to be very familiar with all the methods for calculating important values for income producing properties. Not knowing how can potentially cost you thousands in potential income. Practice calculating these values using real deals, and you will start to become more comfortable with the process when its time to make that big investment. Again, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com. Please take the time to leave your comments for this video below and please subscribe to our YouTube channel so you'll be automatically notified when we upload more quick video tips for you. Take care and good investing. https://youtu.be/mKRnh431BPM "REIClubRealEstateInvesting"
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Impact of Rising Interest Rates on Commercial Property Values
Todd Kuhlmann joins Michael at the National Association of REALTORS Annual Conference in San Diego to discuss the impact of interest rates on commercial real estate. #NARannual #CRE #NAR
Net Present Value NPV for Commercial Real Estate
Net Present Value Determining what Discount Rate to use A major difficulty with using Net Present Values in order to make investment decisions is determining what discount rate to use in the calculations. Theoretically, the proper discount rate is the rate at which alternative investments may be made. Thus, if a savings account is the investor's alternative, the six percent discount rate currently offered by the bank may be appropriate. Other investors may feel that they have different alternatives, however. For this reason, the individual investor's discount rate is an assumption in the analysis so that it may be varied for each investor. This difficulty in determining the proper discount rate is eliminated, however, when the investor uses the Internal Rate of Return to evaluate the investment. Net Present Value NPV Considers: All assumptions entered such as: Scheduled Income, Purchase Price, Down Payment, Current Debt Payment, Vacancies, Expenses, Property Taxes, Lease terms, Revenue Growth, Rent Control, Expense Growth, Property Tax Growth, Deferred Maintenance, Debt Amount (Ratio), Interest Rate, Interest Rate Changes, Payment Changes, Points, Prepayment Penalties, Depreciation, Capital Expenditures, Income Taxes, $25,000 Exemption, Passive Losses, Appreciation, Capital Gains Tax ... and all other entered assumptions Net Present Value NPV Ignores: Only assumptions not entered Why is Net Present Value NPV useful? NPV is the foundation of the discounted cash flow (DCF) process. With NPV you enter a discount rate which is the yield you would like to get. The NPV is the amount you need to adjust the beginning amount (ie purchase) by to equal that yield. The nature of the NPV is that it takes everything into account that made up the cash flow. The only weakness is that it is hard to calculate (not with planEASe of course), and that it uses all the assumption values (so, in turn, you are required to enter these assumptions, which means more work on your part).
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How will commercial property values trend in 2017?
For more information on this subject, or for any commercial real estate related questions, information, properties, career advice or services, you’re invited to call Michael Bull with Bull Realty at 404-876-1640 x 101, [email protected] or http://www.BullRealty.com For more commercial real estate Q and A videos, visit http://www.CREshow.com/answers/ Power your business, subscribe to the show YouTube channel for some great content being produced right now. http://www.YouTube.com/user/bullrealty You're invited to share this video with your connections. Please thank our sponsors for this video. Bull Realty: Commercial real estate career, asset and occupancy solutions. http://www.BullRealty.com 404-876-1640 Apto: CRM and deal management platform. http://apto.com/creshow 888-633-6424 Xceligent: Commercial real estate market intelligence. http://www.Xceligent.com 877-694-2177 Valuate: Property valuation and investment analysis. https://www.getrefm.com/valuate/ 646-875-8213 1st Service Solutions: Full service CMBS advisory firm. http://1stsss.com/ 817- 756-7227 Commercial Search: Market and search available properties. http://:www.CommercialSearch.com 877-936-5421 The Commercial Real Estate Show http://www.CREshow.com 888-612-7469
Commercial Property  Legal Services - Value for money without compromising on quality!
http://www.simpsonmillar.co.uk/services/property/commercial-property-solicitors.aspx - My name is Deborah Powell and I head the firms commercial property team here at Simpson Millar. At Simpson Millar we pride ourselves on our commercial hands on approach to commercial property work. We aim to provide clear commercial advice at competitive rates with transactions been delivered on time and within budget. We realise that often in commercial property transactions the underlying objective can get lost along the way and unless the transaction is pro-actively managed it can get over complicated, lengthy with resulting increases in both budget and timescales. We are committed to cutting through this process by providing focused cost effective advice with close Partner involvement at all times. Our specialist team of lawyers can deal with a wide of areas including; acquisition and development work, commercial leases, housing associations, licensed premises, pension funds, preparing environmental issues, property finance and construction advice. I have acted for landlords and Ive acted for tenants on all sorts of leasehold property matters for a long time and Ive got 20 years worth of experience for acting for all sorts of clients, big Plcs right down to Mrs Jones taking a lease of a butchers shops and I have acted on both sides of transactions so I know the issues from both sides really. The main things we are trying to sell at Simpson Millar is the fact that you dont have to pay through the nose to get good quality legal advice and quite often at the bigger firms you can end up paying an awful lot of money for a junior lawyer to give you not very commercial advice whereas if you come to a smaller firm, the overheads are less, you get charged less but you also get good quality commercial advice from a Partner with 20 years worth of experience. Things that are key at the moment in this market are advising on purchase contracts eg can you get out of them, can you stop someone getting out of them, looking at leases to see whether or not you are been overcharged on service charge, also looking at property portfolios generally to make sure that properties that you have got rid of that have been leasehold that there are no nasty skeletons hiding in the closet, because basically once you have a leasehold property if you get rid of it, even if you assign it across or even underlet it they have a nasty habit of coming back to you in the future and a lot of people dont realise that they thought they had got rid of that problem but in fact the lease is still existing, the tenant has gone bust and the landlord is now coming back to you to ask you to pay the rent so we can look at your portfolio and work out how many of those properties you have got in your portfolio and assess what the risk of those properties coming back to haunt you is. We also advise on claw back provisions in those contracts, onerous conditions and planning conditions. We have acted for an awful lot of clients, different clients and different needs and we have a lot of skill in advising those clients. Get in touch today and find out how we can help you on: Freephone: 0808 129 3320 or drop us an email [email protected] Calls to 0844 numbers will cost 7p per minute plus your telephone company's access charge.
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Robin Kesler – Marketing Commercial Properties
The key to successfully marketing commercial properties is to spend wisely and target carefully. First, calculate the commission potential on a property. This will determine your marketing budget. For example, with retail, you’re looking for tenants; and CoStar’s tenant list is a good lead generator. Another tactic is to contact the national headquarters of the business you think would fit the space. Finally, don’t underestimate the value of networking in the community. Watch the video for more tips.
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AM18 (69) The Value of Access to Commercial Property
(69) The Value of Access to Commercial Property Chris Huffman, PE, Huffman Corridor Consulting
Determining Property Value the Right Way
http://www.freedommentor.com/determining-property-value/ - Discover the right way to determining property value.
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Find the Value Add - Real Estate Investing with Grant Cardone
Our offerings under Rule 506(c) are for accredited investors only. GENERALLY, NO SALE MAY BE MADE TO YOU IN THIS OFFERING IF THE AGGREGATE PURCHASE PRICE YOU PAY IS MORE THAN 10% OF THE GREATER OF YOUR ANNUAL INCOME OR NET WORTH. DIFFERENT RULES APPLY TO ACCREDITED INVESTORS AND NON-NATURAL PERSONS. BEFORE MAKING ANY REPRESENTATION THAT YOUR INVESTMENT DOES NOT EXCEED APPLICABLE THRESHOLDS, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO REVIEW RULE 251(D)(2)(I)(C) OF REGULATION A. FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ON INVESTING, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO REFER TO WWW.INVESTOR.GOV. In this edition of Grant Cardone’s Real Estate Show the topic is on multi-family value-add. When you are buying apartments, how can you add value to get more income? Tips to find the value-add in the deal include the following: 1.Rent Disparity— look for markets where there is a big difference in prices, where there are $800 rents in the ghetto and then jump to $3000 in other areas. Where’s the middle? Look for markets where there is big rent disparity. 2.Timing—there are certain times better than other times, and to know the timing you have to be in the marketplace. 3.Kitchens and floors— You don’t get a pool to raise the rent, but to make it easier to rent. Amenities make it easier to close the deal with people. Washers and dryers will cost money to install but will make it easier to rent for many people. Would you spend $600 to get back $65 a month? Invest something to get something back. Think about things people will pay for like parking or VIP trash pick-up. This is an incoming producing business so get creative. Don’t do baby steps in real estate. If you do, you’ll be punished. Save your money until you can go big. You need to be buying things that will produce income right away. For more, tune in each Monday as Grant tackles your questions on anything and everything to do with real estate. GrantCardone.com http://www.grantcardone.com
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Increase Commercial Building Value: Expand the Space
The Real Estate education and business models Cherif Medawar provides are unmatched by any other professional organization in the industry. CMREI offers basic to advanced level learning and applicable strategies for individuals with a desire to build cash flow and financial independence. CMREI believes that every investor has his or her own blue print for wealth building and Cherif is an expert in the game of financial architecture. For investment opportunities, education options, partnerships, or to find out more visit our website or join our Facebook page: ***To find out more visit*** http://www.GoCMREI.com ***Join Our Facebook Page*** https://www.facebook.com/cherif.medawar?fref=ts or Call the Office to Learn About Cherif's next Live Training (407) 608-5448 or [email protected]
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How to Value Commercial Real Estatea
http://www.revnyou.com There are three main ways to value commercial real estate. In this video Julie Broad of Rev N You with Real Estate explains what each of those methods are, and how you can use them as a real estate investor.
7 Tips to Increase Your Commercial Property Value - Tip 1 Raise the Rents
St. Petersburg Florida Commercial Real Estate Agency. suncoastcommercialinvestments.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/tracee-jones-9847a85 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010584675369 https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Suncoastcommercialinvestments https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPK1ffqbhTrYYlRCoYyGj8Q
Craig Haskell- Value Hunting in Commercial Real Estate
Craig has over 35 years of experience syndicating value add real estate, and has owned or managed 7,200 units and 2.8 million square feet of commercial space and provided advisory services on over $2 billion in asset value. He’s the author of The Inside Game to Real Estate Value Investing, How to Take an Apartment Building from Money Pit to Money Maker, Secrets of Successful Apartment Buildings and A Guide to Creating Successful Apartment Advertisements. In addition, he’s the creator of The Wealthy Syndicator and Value Hound Academy, a premier platform for real estate professionals and investors to want to become top real estate syndicators. Sources Mentioned: MarketWatch.com multifamilyexecutive.com multifamilynews.com multifamilyinsiders.com Books Recommended: Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers Upcoming Book: Eaglepreneur Breakout by Craig Haskell Connect with Craig online: [email protected] www.valuehoundacademy.com Connect with me at http://committowealth.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juan-vargas-362148125/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejuanvargas/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/theJuanVargas
Tampa Commercial Property Evaluation - How to Value Commercial Properties in Tampa Bay RE/MAX
http://www.SOLDorWeBuyit.com Andrew Duncan talks with Tim Watson from RE/MAX Commercial Division in Tampa bay about how to evaluate and price a commercial property. They discuss differences in pricing a home and the comps between commercial and residential. You can search for commercial properties in Tampa Bay at http://www.SearchTampaCommercial.com
Is That Office Space REALLY a Better Value? - Commercial Real Estate
For more information of Commercial Leasing http://www.floridatriplenet.com Careful analysis of common area load on a building might reveal that rent quoted on a commercial space even though it appears to be less expensive, might be more expensive than comparable units? Make sense? If not, check out this video and it might help you to understand why.
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