Real Estate Strategy
What Makes Some Hotels More Desirable than Airbnb?
Airbnb has seen rapid growth in the past few years. And while this is bad news for the uninitiated, forward thinking hotels with an eye for innovation are capitalize on the company’s shortcomings and evolve into something greater. Investors must keep a close eye on the hospitality industry as it adapts to an economy that […]
by Tyler Stewart • April 16, 2018
4 Steps to Optimizing Your Returns
The next post in our Guest Blog series is provided by Pat Poling, Principal of Mara Poling, and provides an overview of his thoughts on multifamily investment strategies and its benefits to investors. You can view their latest offering by clicking here. The following are solely the opinions of Pat Poling and do not […]
by Tyler Stewart • August 11, 2016
Risk & Return: 4 Real Estate Investment Strategies
When you peruse the commercial real estate opportunities hosted on RealCrowd, you’ll notice that the offers all fall into one of four categories: Core, Core-Plus, Value Add, and Opportunistic. These four categories are strategies used by real estate operators to achieve returns from properties, but they’re also signals to investors about what to look for […]
by Hooper Adam • April 11, 2014
Positive Leverage: Multiply Cash-Flow by Utilizing Favorable Financing
A common strategy in commercial real estate investing is to multiply your spendable cash return by utilizing favorable debt. It is referred to as “positive leverage.”
by Adam Hooper • February 21, 2013
Improving Your Equity Position using Leverage
One of the biggest benefits of commercial real estate investments is that assets are generally secured by leases that provide a regular income stream. The revenue created by those leases may allow you to leverage your asset with favorable financing, thereby multiplying your equity over an extended period of time.
by Adam Hooper • February 20, 2013