National Real Estate Investor published an article by ArborCrowd Co-founder Adam Kaufman on how an overheated stock market may be the reason investors are looking to commercial real estate. Read the full article below.
Pundits, analysts and everyday investors cite concerns over a potentially overheated stock, driving a demand for choosing other investment vehicles-such as real estate.
Adam KaufmanIs an Overheated Stock Market Driving Investors to Real Estate?
There’s no shortage of ways to invest in real estate. In the past few years, technology-based investment models have taken shape, providing opportunities to a new class of investors — individuals who have either never dabbled in commercial real estate or never had access to an institutional network or the personal wealth required to participate.
The ArborCrowd TeamPros and Cons: Six Ways to Invest in Commercial Real Estate
It is easy to get lost in the sheer amount of information needed to properly screen a commercial real estate investment opportunity. Through crowdfunding, retail investors are able to get access into the inner workings of sophisticated commercial real estate transactions and the business strategies that make them successful.
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Trend watching in commercial real estate is tricky business, but with some experience in observing the industry, patterns emerge. Let’s look at some current trends to watch in each of the major 5 property types: Office, Industrial, Retail, Multifamily and Hospitality.
The ArborCrowd TeamTop Trends to Watch in the 5 Commercial Real Estate Sectors
Real estate has a reputation as a risky investment — at least when compared with the equities markets. That’s especially the case for the Millennial generation, who saw real estate values decline rapidly during the subprime mortgage crisis and subsequent recession. Often, the house they grew up in took a big hit.
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