Commercial real estate investment is a term used to describe an individual, group or entity that purchases properties solely for business purposes. It doesn’t stop there as the properties are then leased to entrepreneurs or business owners who in turn pay rent to the property owner. Properties that fall into this category include office, retail, … Continue reading THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE
In truth, the commercial building you choose will impact your business, either negatively or positively. Ideally, the location, size and appearance should make your operations seamless and smooth while adhering to environmental regulations. Here are some tips – in no particular order – to consider when choosing a commercial real estate location. Budget plays a … Continue reading 10 TIPS FOR CHOOSING A COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE LOCATION
Arthur Nachman, Senior Commercial Broker with Long and Foster Commercial Real Estate, has joined the world of social media by creating official pages on Facebook and LinkedIn. The pages feature Nachman’s primary goals of assisting clients to get their dream property and help reduce investment risks. Nachman is excited about creating new communication opportunities for … Continue reading ARTHUR NACHMAN LAUNCHES NEW SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES TO CONNECT WITH CLIENTS
During my career I have witnessed commercial investors making the same mistakes over and over again. They believe the old adage “LOCATION…LOCATION…LOCATION” is the way to economic prosperity in the real estate sector. While location is important, it is farther down the list then you might imagine. First….Examine the Credit of the Tenant. Are they … Continue reading FIVE CRITICAL MISTAKES INVESTORS MAKE
In the millions of strip malls nationwide, owners might deal with one supermarket or big box store – a rated tenant – and dozens of smaller businesses that are nonrated tenants. Although nonrated tenants such as restaurants, nail salons, boutiques, and office tenants may be creditworthy, no existing methods consistently and accurately rate these tenants. As with … Continue reading How to evaluate whether non rated tenants are credit worthy.
When bringing up the subject of investing in commercial real estate versus residential real estate one will always spark an enlightening conversation. Any real estate professional is aware of the benefits involved in real estate investing. Property owners benefit from significant cash flow, tax advantages, positive leverage and reduced risk. The first thing to keep … Continue reading In Commercial Real Estate Investing Location isn’t Everything
I am always amazed at all the pundits professing why markets go up and why they go down. Everything from politics and interest rates to military actions can be the cause. When all you need to do is follow the CASH. Markets go up and Markets go down based on the amount of net cash … Continue reading FOLLOW THE CASH
VIENNA, VA., November 17, 2017, Long & Foster® Real Estate, Inc., the largest independent real estate company in the United States, has announced today thatArthur Nachman, CCIM, of Long & Foster Commercial Division in Vienna, VA., represented the buyer in a total volume of $10.2 million dollarsin Richmond, Virginia. Arthur Nachman represented a private equity … Continue reading Long & Foster Commercial Division Represented the Buyer in the Purchase of a Multi-Family Property in Richmond, Virginia