Real estate can surely be an alternative for all those who do not wish to withstand a stock market’s volatility. This sector is lucrative for those investors wishing to grow their capital rather than just passively investing their money into a product or a fund that someone else manages; and if there is a doubt, then google Zhang Xin and Donald Bren.
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The small balance commercial realty loan—an overview
A small balance realty loan is a real estate asset–based business model in which the capital equity’s amount/size (which is needed to do an average deal) is way lesser than USD 2,000,000. However, there is no specific bracket on the amount of capital equity required to qualify for being a small balance commercial real estate loan.
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The National Association of Realtors carried out a survey showing that many of the foreign nationals or international buyers invested USD 82.5 billion in the U.S.’s residential real estate market; the survey covered a 12-month time period and ended in March 2012. Now, this value of USD 82.5 billion can be equated to 4.8 percent of the total sales that happened within the country’s residential realty market.
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From December 2015 to mid-February 2016, for the first time in nearly ten years, the Federal Reserve increased its rates. However, in that period, the mortgage rates dipped to their lowest level—something not experienced in over three years. Also, we must note, the largest refinance need (nearly more than $110 billion in due notes) are set to mature in the CMBS market from 2016 through 2021.
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Since 2000, no-income-verification commercial loans have become all the rage in the commercial sector. The providers of this loan offer loans to any borrower who has a specific credit score; and this loan is provided without getting the borrower’s income checked.
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Any commercial real estate development endeavor can be a profitable venture. However, it will require a sizeable amount of capital to start the project and to get it off the ground. However, what must be done when cash reserves are extremely low and when the time is very short? The answer lies in obtaining a bridge loan because this financial product is the only viable option that will let such an endeavor to move forward. However, first, get familiarized a bit more with bridge loans.
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Long-term tenants are valuable for any landlord having a commercial property because they are way better than those short-term bad renters who break the lease prematurely. For this reason, landlords should move heaven and earth to ensure that only the best tenant should rent their properties. And one way to ensure that your property attracts none other than the best of tenants is to go for a Tenant Improvement (TI) plan.
Understanding a TI plan
TI plans, by and large, include the modifications that have to be made within the industrial or the commercial property (by the property owner). These changes are carried out to accommodate some of the feasible needs of a tenant; the needs can be related to a range of things including ceilings, partitions, fire protection, security, and air conditioning. (The portion of TI costs must be negotiated between the lessee and the lessor beforehand, and the terms must be clearly mentioned within the lease agreement.)
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For countless individuals, owing a home in the U.S. is a dream. However, many non–U.S. residents have a fallacy that they can’t get a foreign national mortgage in Florida (or in any other parts of the States; which is why they just can’t own an investment property in the country. So with this post, we’re putting all such misconceptions at rest. Yes, you can own a real estate investment even if you’re not a citizen of the U.S.
Nevertheless, buying real estate within the U.S. can be a bit challenging for a non–U.S. citizen. Actually, there are many foreign national mortgage lenders who are happy to extend credit to those who are not citizens of the country. (Some lenders in the U.S. are willing to provide these foreign national real estate investors the loan even without going through the borrower’s credit history.) Now, let’s read up on some facts that are related to getting foreign national mortgages.
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