Whether you acquire a warehouse or a light industrial property asset, investing in commercial real estate often provides multiple tax benefits.
Multi-tenant industrial real estate stands out as a versatile asset class where a single property offers multiple units or suites for lease, accommodating a diverse range of commercial tenants. These spaces aren’t just affordable hubs for small and medium-sized businesses; even larger companies appreciate the adaptability that this real estate option provides.
I recently attended the Colliers’ Gaining the Edge National Industrial Conference in Scottsdale, an event that left me with a sense of optimism. The conference spanned two days of insightful discussions on key industry trends and complex economic issues affecting the industry and its businesses.
In commercial real estate investing, there are three distinct phases assets undergo that form the lifecycle. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just stepping into real estate, a comprehensive grasp of this lifecycle is invaluable, as unique objectives, risks, and rewards mark each phase.