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Hotels and resorts This asset type isn’t our recommendation as the place to get started, but many experienced investors have found it to be a fun and highly profitable area to focus on. Of course, other investors have also lost their shirts (and sometimes their trousers too), so make sure that you know what you’re doing before jumping in. qxp 11/21/07 4:31 PM Page 25 Chapter 2: A Crash Course in Commercial Real Estate Investing To get started in this niche, we suggest that you invest in the property and then lease it out to another company that will operate the hotel or resort.

Here are some examples: ߜ A green light in commercial real estate investing may be spotted when you notice upcoming job growth due to a factory expansion. Or when the demand to build exceeds the supply of available properties. Most likely, you’ll also see a lot of undeveloped land sales activity. ߜ A yellow light may be indicated by interest rates creeping up suddenly and causing you to examine your costs of new money to borrow. Or it could be when you see vacancies and “lease specials” increase.

Donald proves you only need to be rich in desire and creativity. ߜ This game is only for big-time players. In commercial real estate it doesn’t matter where you start, and it doesn’t matter if you only want to devote part of your time to do it. Having a full-time job or being a single-parent doesn’t matter either. Coauthor Peter Harris started his career by buying small commercial properties. His first was a cheap seven-unit apartment building. His second was a small and quaint self-storage building used by the plumbers in town.

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