All investments carry some level of risk, and purchasing an investment property is often one of the largest financial endeavors an investor will make.
Ultimately, real estate investing is a means of growing your wealth, and while some investors do hold on to income-producing properties indefinitely, most plan to sell at some point.
Throughout the world, 2017 has proven to be just as tumultuous as 2016 was. From Donald Trump's administration in the U.S. to the effects of numerous elections in Europe and across the world in the past two years, the headlines have come at a breakneck speed.
Real estate can be tricky if you don't know the lingo. The terms "closing cost," "appraisal," and "listing" may all sound foreign to you, but if you're looking to invest in commercial real estate, these are just a few terms that you should be aware of.
While commercial real estate can offer many benefits including increased cash flow, home appreciation, and certain tax benefits, there's an important consideration you must first make: how to fund it.