Commercial Property Investing Explained Simply

How to plan, find, analyse and build a profitable commercial property portfolio
 
 
Major Street Publishing
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 1. Dezember 2020
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  • 288 Seiten
 
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978-0-6487964-2-8 (ISBN)
 

People love investing in property. They often start by buying their first home and then investing in another residential property as part of their retirement planning and wealth creation strategy. Commercial property is sometimes viewed as risky when really it is just not well understood. The dynamics of commercial property are different but not more complicated - they just need to be explained simply.

Commercial Property Investing Explained Simply breaks down the types of commercial property investors can choose from - it's not just about retail and office property, but warehouses and industrial property can be remarkably resilient and offer good returns.

The author discusses how to find the best property for you, crunch the numbers, do the due diligence, find and manage tenants and much, much more. There is even a chapter on surviving a downturn.

Steve Palise uses his analytical skills to break down what works best in commercial property. His philosophy is that your investments should increase your wealth and passive income with as little risk as possible. With his straightforward and positive attitude, Steve believes property investing should be not only smart, but also fun!

1. Auflage
  • Englisch
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978-0-6487964-2-8 (9780648796428)
Steve Palise has worked for Australia's leading buyers' agencies acquiring hundreds of commercial properties for himself and his clients. He has been involved in more than 1,500 property acquisitions. Steve also worked as a chartered mechanical and structural design engineer for 10 years sees many similarities between that work and commercial property. Both are based primarily on the numbers and there is less emotion involved than with other assets. In the corporate world, he saw limits on his career but realised that property investment meant he could leave the workforce sooner rather than later. Having acquired an impressive property portfolio, he is passionate about helping others to achieve their goals and financial freedom.

Why commercial property? 1

PART I: Residential versus commercial property 7

PART II: Types of commercial property 21

Chapter 1 Industrial property 25

Chapter 2 Retail property 31

Chapter 3 Office property 37

Chapter 4 Other property types 41

PART III: The numbers 45

Chapter 5 Purchasing costs 49

Chapter 6 Yields 53

Chapter 7 Leases 55

Chapter 8 Outgoings 75

Chapter 9 Depreciation 83

Chapter 10 Capitalisation rate and property value 87

Chapter 11 Cash flow 93

Chapter 12 Capital growth 99

Chapter 13 Growing the portfolio 109

PART IV: Buying and selling properties 117

Chapter 14 Preparation 121

Chapter 15 Searching for properties 129

Chapter 16 The acquisition process 135

Chapter 17 Selling properties 143

PART V: Due diligence 149

Chapter 18 Initial due diligence 153

Chapter 19 Area research 157

Chapter 20. Tenant and business analysis 165

Chapter 21. Building and pest inspections 173

Chapter 22. Due diligence checklist 177

PART VI: Conveyancing, finance and buying structures 187

Chapter 23. Conveyancing 191

Chapter 24. Finance 195

Chapter 25. Types of lenders and loans 201

Chapter 26. The loan process 213

Chapter 27. Buying structures and syndicates 223

PART VII: Post-purchase 233

Chapter 28. Property management 237

Chapter 29. Value-adding 249

Chapter 30. Surviving a downturn 253

Epilogue 259

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