There's a huge problem in the CRE business today that nobody is talking about- Due Diligence.
Investors and brokers barely scratch the surface when purchasing commercial real estate investments, mainly because "they don't know what they don't know". They're needlessly throwing money away or making bad investments, as well as putting themselves through a tremendous amount of stress, worry and mental anquish by not conducting their due diligence properly.
The information in this handbook, which is a step-by-step "roadmap", is a proven system that helps you to be able to invest with confidence, while making an informed and intelligent decision to buy or NOT buy. It's applicable to all the different property types, such as: multi-family residential, retail, industrial, office, or any real estate investment.
Having and adhering to a proven system allows you to do it faster, easier, as well as more efficiently, and you're less likely to miss something.
I've been in the commercial real estate business for over 30 years as a broker, syndicator and acquisition/disposition executive for an investor and his investors. I've bought and sold over 9 million square feet of commercial properties all over the US. After the first couple of transactions I decided to create a reference manual for myself to help remember all of the issues and problems to look for, questions to ask, checklists needed, concerns to be addressed, etc. So every time I came across a new lesson to be learned, which there were plenty, because I "didn't know what I didn't know", I'd include it.
After showing my reference manual to some friends in the real estate business, they said I should share the information, that others would find it valuable. Since publishing it, thousands of copies have been sold around the world.
It has dozens of tips and strategies to help you to avoid problems and issues, as well as create value. Most investors leave big money on the table by not knowing how to properly conduct due diligence when buying real estate.
By not knowing these important principles, you're just "throwing the dice" and hoping it all works out. Not a good plan. The seller will not be handing a list of problems and issues to you when you're looking at buying the property. They'll be hoping you find none.
Buy it now. It will be one of your best real estate investments.