This month’s newsletter has just been released! Check out the latest tips for tenants and users of commercial real estate space.
In this issue
- Who Will Buy When You Want To Sell?
- Space Sharing Executive Suites
- Condominiums Built For Business Owners
- Suburban Office Buildings
- Exchanges Of Mortgaged Property
- Investment Decisions – High Rise Or Garden Apartments
If you are new to investing in income property, you may have made a choice in advance of the type of investment property that you wish to own. There are many good types of investment properties: apartments, office buildings, shopping centers, high rise parking garages in downtown areas, warehouses, resort rentals and many others…..(more)
With the revolution in communications, building owners must keep up with the changing needs of the corporate tenant. Often the larger, well-organized businesses do not need the space that was necessary just a few years ago. Electronic communications to and from employees have substituted for leased office space. Managers are more willing to grant favorable lease terms to operators of shared space. The operator sometimes receives a monthly management fee for operating the shared space plus a portion of rent revenues over a certain amount….(more)
Like apartment dwellers who are finding that it is less expensive to buy than to rent, business and professional firms are moving toward buying offices rather than leasing. While buying or constructing an entire building is an option for major corporations or for smaller firms outside metropolitan areas, owning commercial space generally means being part of a condominium structure….(more)
With investment capital becoming available, demand for commercial real estate continues. Suburban office buildings remain many investors primary acquisition target…..(more)
In the straight equity for equity exchange of properties that are of like kind and held for investment or business use, there is no income tax liability at all. But there can be a tax liability when the exchange involves mortgaged property unless the right, tax-saving technique is used…..(more)
There are distinctions between garden and high-rise apartment buildings when viewed as investments…..(more)