So, you’ve been watching my videos, signed up for my REI webinar, or read my book How to Create Wealth Investing in Real Estate. Now, you’ve finally made the decision to start accumulating assets and you want to know more about commercial real estate.
Congratulations, you’re already ahead of most people who just consume content without taking any action.
Now, before you go out and start looking for deals, I want you to know first that there are a few types of commercial real estate that you can invest in.
Top money-making commercial real estate investments
1Triple-net lease properties
Here’s how a triple net lease works:
When you go to Starbucks, for example, someone owns that building. It’s not Starbucks; there’s an individual who owns it.
Now, let’s say that individual is you, and let’s say Starbucks agreed to pay you a lease payment of $20k a month for 15 years.
Under the triple net lease terms, Starbucks pays for all the expenses. They pay for your insurance, your taxes, and all the building repairs.
That’s the best part of the triple net lease. There are no management responsibilities.
We all know that fast-growing markets and other in-demand neighborhoods are popular among real estate investors.
In those areas, you’re more likely to attract new tenants. And fast, if one of your existing tenants decided to move out.
The number of tenants equals your protection. And the more tenants you have, the more protection you get.
Properties with the highest number of tenants are the ones that are capable of bringing in the highest ROI.
These properties include apartment complexes, office buildings, student housing, RV parks, storage facilities, etc.
To learn more, watch my free training where I show you how I turned $3,000 into $4 billion in assets.
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