Ten Items for Your Real Estate Due Diligence Checklist

Commercial real estate purchase contracts usually include a due diligence or inspection period (Due Diligence Period). During the Due Diligence Period, the buyer should evaluate the real estate to confirm it is suitable for the buyer’s needs. Following are ten things which should be on every real estate buyer’s due diligence checklist. 1. Title and

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How an Access Agreement Can Speed Up Your Commercial Real Estate Transaction

Buyers and sellers want their commercial real estate transactions to move forward quickly. A buyer may ask to start inspecting the real estate and “kick the tires” while the parties negotiate a real estate purchase contract. The seller may have concerns about allowing this with no contract in place. To address these concerns, the buyer

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10 Ways NOT to Lose Money On Real Estate Deals

When it comes to real estate investing, it’s important not to become emotionally involved in a deal. You should have a checklist to make sure you’ve properly gone through all contingencies and are fully confident the deal will perform as you anticipate it will.

Minimizing Risks when Investing in Commercial Real Estate

Every real estate investor, whether they are working in the residential or commercial markets, wants to minimize the risk of losing money on their investments. There are certain safeguards you can take to accomplish this goal but no investment can totally be made risk free.

Things to Know before Investing in Real Estate

With interest rates at record lows and home prices hitting rock bottom, hundreds of people are seizing the opportunity to jump on the real estate investing bandwagon. Even so, what seems like an easy ride to making a quick buck can actually be fraught with danger, and so investors are urged to take as many precautions as they can.

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