INVESTING IN CRE

Commercial real estate investing
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Cash on Cash Return: Should This Replace Cap Rate?

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The cap rate is a cornerstone of commercial real estate analysis. But, it isn't without limitations. Most investors borrow money when they purchase real...

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What Eactly is the Equity Multiple?

Category: Investing

Measuring investment performance, actual or estimated is a big part of commercial real estate. One way is to calculate how much money is earned...

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Internal Rate of Return: An Investor’s Best Friend

Category: Investing

A good friend will keep you out of trouble. A good friend will tell you a good story. A good friend will help you make tough choices. IRR is the commercial real estate...

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What Is The Difference Between Discount Rate and IRR?

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Discount Rates and Internal Rates of Return are like two sides of the same coin. Both help investors make investment decisions. But, they are applied in different ways and

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What Is The Difference Between IRR and Cap Rate?

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In this episode we compare IRR and Cap Rates, describe the circumstances in which they are applied and explain how, when used together, they provide a more complete

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What is the Floor

Area Ratio in Developemnt?

Category: Investing

Floor Area Ratio is a metric used by municipalities to limit the development intensity of a parcel. FAR measures the relationship between developable area and land area...

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No Floor Area Ratio in the Development Code?

No problem!

Category: Investing

Think of not having an FAR like driving down the highway without a posted speed limit. Just because you don’t see the sign it doesn’t mean you can go as fast as you want. Other metrics...

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What We're Working On Now And Will Be Adding Shortly

Category: Investing

Cap Rate vs CoC vs IRR

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Back-of-the-Envelope Pro Forma

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