3 Things About a Commercial Real Estate Deal That Might Look Too Good to Be True

Your goal as a real estate investor is to assemble a healthy portfolio that allows you to make money without having to spend too much money. So when an opportunity arises that seems to offer just that, it’s natural to want to jump on it. But that old saying “you get what you pay for” applies to commercial real estate, too, so if a deal seems like it’s too good to be true, chances are, it is. Here are a few red flags to steer clear of.

1. A building with a heavily discounted price

Sometimes, the combination of timing and luck allow you to snag a commercial property at well below market value. But if you’re presented with the opportunity to buy a building at what reads like a significant discount, it’s probably because there’s some sort of underlying problem — either with the structure itself or the land

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Cash Home Buyers Atlanta Explains the True Costs of an FSBO Listing for People Who Say, “I Want to Sell My House Fast for Cash” – Press Release

Cash Home Buyers Atlanta wants to explain the true costs of a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) listing or home sellers who try to sell their property without a real estate agent’s help. At first glance, home sellers may find this beneficial because they can save on paying a commission to a real estate agent. However, selling the home without an agent can be an expensive and lengthy process.

Fitz Thompson from Cash Home Buyers Atlanta says, “We want to offer some advice on how to sell your house without a realtor. It is important to prepare the house properly for presentation to potential buyers, or else you will soon find that there are no takers, and you might need to lower your asking price. You will also need to market your house properly to get the attention of potential buyers. For instance, you may need to put up some

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A True Hollywood Home In The Hills Is Going For $6.9M

In “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Leonardo DiCaprio’s character Rick Dalton indicates a person can’t really claim Hollywood unless they own a home there.

“When you’re making money, you buy a house in town, you don’t rent. … Hollywood real estate means you live here. You’re not just visiting, not just passing through,” he says.

Well, a classic Tinseltown home is up for sale, for those who dream of grabbing a piece of Hollywood. The 1930s two-home compound sits on three acres of land in Hollywood Hills, one of the most glamorous places to live in California. It’s going for $6.5 million.

Hollywood Hills has an urban-suburban vibe with plenty of bars, restaurants, cafes and parks nearby. The property location is 2925 Montcalm Ave, Los Angeles, California.

The architecture is a mixture of new and old. Inside, the living room has vaulted beamed ceilings, four fireplaces and features such

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Real Estate Rumors: Finsight, Casa USA, True North

Law360 (November 5, 2020, 3:49 PM EST) — Capital markets-focused fintech firm Finsight has inked a deal to lease a full floor at 30-story 530 Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, Commercial Observer reported Thursday. The deal is for 8,800 square feet on floor 27 of the Garment District property that’s owned by Savitt Partners, according to the report. Finsight plans to move in December, Commercial Observer reported.

Real estate firm Casa USA Brokers is hoping to build five apartment buildings in Ojus, Florida, the South Florida Business Journal reported Thursday. The company is seeking to build a total of 172 apartment units west of a new Aventura, Florida, Brightline rail…

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Set on 136 Acres of Land, This Historic Irish Home is a True Estate

LISTING OF THE DAY

Location: Waterford, Ireland

Price: €3.25 million (US$3.64 million)

One of the historic great houses of The Blackwater Valley, Salterbridge House was built in 1751 by Richard Musgrave on land acquired from the Lismore Castle estate.

Throughout its history, the house has been sold only once, to the family of the present owners in 1947, making this a rare opportunity to call one of the signature houses of the Blackwater Valley home. While little is known of the first house, it is speculated that it could have been built by the famous English architect William Atkinson, who was also refurbishing Lismore Castle for the Duke of Devonshire at the time, according to the home’s agent Roseanne De Vere Hunt.

The beautifully proportioned house is filled with tasteful period features, including an elegant and commanding main staircase.


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Oklahoma City has true grit

“Now, more than ever, the real estate industry has the chance to take the lead in using planning and development skills and investment capital to reshape our work and lifestyle environments,” he said. “These tools can be used to address societal issues of safety, green space and racial equity. The gauntlet of responsibility is ours to embrace, and industry leaders see the opportunities and are responding with investment and leadership.”

The report, based on interviews with hundreds of property owners, developers, investors, advisers and others, is always an important read. This year, it’s a critical read.

Now, the Oklahoma City stuff.

The report places the Oklahoma City market with Indianapolis; Birmingham, Alabama; Kansas City, Missouri; and Louisville, Kentucky, in the subgroup “determined competitors” of the major group “backbone markets.”

The report explains: “Determined competitors are diverse markets that are having success in reinvigorating their downtowns and neighborhoods. These markets tend

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