25 Sep Commercial and Industrial

Commercial and Industrial Commercial or industrial investing is seen as the investment for the hardened investor and not something for a beginner. While in the most part I agree with the philosophy, the principles for investing in commercial or industrial property are the same as investing...

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18 Sep Break-Even Vacancy Factor

Break-Even Vacancy Factor When a property has a number of different tenants, your risk of having a vacant property is greatly reduced. You can work out what your breakeven point vacancy factor is. For example, if you buy a block of six units for $450,000 and each...

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11 Sep Higher Yield – Lower Risk

Higher Yield – Lower Risk When a property has multiple tenants and therefore multiple income sources, the return from the property is usually higher than having a single tenant dwelling. The cost of purchasing the property is usually not proportionately higher and the outgoings to maintain...

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04 Sep Multiple Incomes – Commercial

Multiple Incomes - Commercial In the commercial market, examples of multiple income stream properties would be a number of warehouses or strip complexes (that’s a row of shops, not a strip club!) rented out to different tenants. Shopping centres, office complexes and storage sheds are also examples...

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