You've heard the commercial real estate gurus talk - but do they have the answers?
Do commercial real estate investors have the tools, like triple net leases, lease options and subject to reale state, that can help you meet your goal of passive income generation?
Commercial real estate investor for beginners - is that even possible, or is commercial real estate investing soley the domain of the experienced real estate investor and the gurus selling courses? It's an interesting time to be getting started in commercial real estate investing, and there are a lot of people out there willing to give you advice. If you've thought about starting out in commercial real estate investing, it may be that you've been told by a "guru" that that's the place to be in real estate right now.
I could name quite a few, but I'm sure I'd miss some. I have had the good fortune to run into a few folks who are doing it right, though...
Good Commercial Real Estate Investing Information
First if you're interested in getting started in commercial real estate investing - like apartment buildings, mobile home parks and that type of thing - you'll want to check out this blog - TheRealWealthBlog.com. These folks are for real and have actually DONE commercial deals with owner financing and the like, but they're not claiming it's easy. They talk about the deals they have done and are honest about the problems they've faced They're not selling a program, they're just giving away great information to build traffic to the blog and maybe one day get advertisers and that type of thing...
Or If You Want To Stick To Residential Real Estate Investing, Can the Lease/Options and Check Out This...
You've probably never heard of Phil Pustejovsky because he's been busy *working* on short sales the last couple of years - not selling his program, Short Sales Step By Step.
There are two basic exit strategies that most people try to employ when they are working on a short sale deal - either coming in with their own money or selling the house through a simultaneous closing, and not having to bring their own cash. Most new investors would prefer the low-risk method of not having to bring your own cash, and just getting paid at closing by selling the property right away. Most real estate investing training courses don't tell you about that or give you a solution for how to solve it. Phil has figured out the answer to this problem, though, which is why his information is so valuable. Signing up the deals is easy, what's more challenging is negotiating with the banks and reslling the property. Fortunately, Phil has a strategy for dealing with those issues, too.