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What to consider when negotiating a commercial real estate lease

If you want to lease real estate for commercial purposes, it's expected that you will undergo a negotiation process. This will help you get the best possible deal, enabling future profitability and success. However, the negotiation process can be complex and overwhelming. Therefore, you must understand how to influence the negotiation process for your own benefit.

How to reduce risks when investing in property

Investing in property is widely viewed to be a great strategy for profitability. Whether you are intending to invest in rental properties or want to start developing and flipping real estate, there's a good chance that you will be able to profit significantly from these undertakings.

What should be included in your real estate sales agreement?

If you're looking to sell your Florida home, then you may be tempted to list it yourself instead of having to pay a real estate agent commission fees to do it for you. Even if you decide to go at it alone, you shouldn't use just any sales agreement that you find online to enter into a contract with your buyer. This could result in your real estate deal falling through.

Steps for setting up a real estate holding company

When making any type of investment, there is always a risk that the investment could backfire. While the market value of properties tends to go upwards, recessions can occur unexpectedly, and money can be lost. This is why investors naturally want to protect their assets when making investments. One way to do this is to start a real estate holding company, otherwise known as a real estatelLimited liability company (LLC).

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