It’s Valentine’s day- the second busiest day for restaurants in the United States, next to Mother’s Day. On average, U.S. citizens will spend a total of $4.5 billion on dining across the country with an average…
One of the most commonly used investment tactics for me and for my students is the value-added strategy for commercial real estate investment. Not for the faint of heart, this strategy is all about purchasing non or underperforming assets, Renovating them, Repositioning them and then Re-establishing their value in the market.
After you have acquired your commercial property, managing your finances becomes one of the most critical aspects of property ownership. Even if you only have a five suite building, you are still the owner of a business and you must run your finances accordingly.
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