Within the real estate industry, DSCRs are used to qualify for financing from a bank or lender. Let’s take a closer look at this metric and how it may affect your real estate investment decisions.
One of the biggest factors that you need to consider and understand when looking at investment portfolio diversification is risk. Risk takes many forms, but in short, it is essentially the likelihood of unexpected losses for any type of investment.
Alternative investments frequently surface as options for investors looking for ways to change their volatility exposure and potentially generate additional returns beyond holding stocks, bonds, and cash. For the right investor, alternative investments can be a compelling choice for building a diversified portfolio.
Together with his brother Shawn, CEO, Tom has led the Coast Group from a very modest start in 1987 to a diversified group of commercial real estate services companies offering property management, facilities maintenance, specialized construction, and advisory and transaction services to private and institutional owners throughout the Pacific Northwest the United States.
Investing in multifamily properties offers a wide variety of advantages for sophisticated investors. Leverage, cash flow, appreciation, equity growth, and, often overlooked, tax savings are all financial features of a sound multifamily real estate investment.
Although Commercial Real Estate (CRE) is a proven wealth building strategy, until recently, relatively few investors had access to investments in...
The term “Private Equity” might not be something you associate with real estate but it is a broad class of investments which consists of capital that is not listed on a public exchange. Private Equity investments run the gamut from real estate, to angel investing, and even to things like corporate buyouts.
When venturing into Real Estate investing, there are several primary ways to go about it. Each have some benefits and drawbacks. Here we are going to dive in and take a look at the differences between Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Direct Investment.
Investments are typically grouped into four primary categories based on investment strategy and perceived risk. Those four categories are core, core-plus, value-add, and opportunistic. The key differentiator between these categories is the risk and return profile.