Triple Net Leased properties can limit a landlord’s exposure to rising expenses. This has made it a popular asset class for real estate investors.
Investors will analyze a property’s gross rent multiplier, cost per unit, cost per square foot, CAP Rate or Cash-on-Cash return or one of several other measures.
If you have reviewed for-sale listings of strip type shopping centers, you may have seen the term “shadow anchored.”
A non-recourse lender is making a loan to the property, rather than to the investor personally.
This month, we’ll discuss the “pain factor” of real estate investments to help decide which may be right for you. I will illustrate with some examples:
For years, I have described the 1031 exchange as a way to “kick the tax can forward” rather than paying up today.
I help investors with 1031 exchanges for a living, I still learn new things about the 1031 exchange frequently – and you can, too!
Income is hard to find among the investment offerings available today. This month’s article reviews today’s options seeking attractive income potential.
We will explore what is deductible, what is not even related to the exchange, and what expenses aren’t even taxable in a 1031 exchange.
TIC investments are rarely seen. Instead, the industry favors a structure known as the Delaware Statutory Trust, or DST.
This month’s article will discuss how you can keep everyone happy without giving up any real estate.
My article this month will focus on the tax consequences of NOT doing a 1031 exchange.