This page is a starting point. We have broken it down into three sections:
As of 12/1/2013, you will get the least cash flow from these properties. Prices have gone up 30% over the last few years and you will be paying a premium for remaining inventory. Returns on these range from 5% – 9% depending on neighborhood. You can get about a 12% return on cash if you use our proprietary lease-option system. The links below show our proprietary property ratings.
You will get the most cash flow from these properties but probably less appreciation in the long term. Returns on these range from 8% – 14% depending on neighborhood. The worse the neighborhood, the higher the cash flow. We manage a lot of these so don’t let the rough neighborhoods scare you off. The links below show our proprietary property ratings.
We only recommend properties that currently have tenants as the economy here hasn’t completely recovered. Vacant properties take a significant amount of time to occupy. The list below shows you 3 properties that are occupied with returns from 7% to 9%. You will get the most appreciation here. We predict Retail arena will recover first followed by office and industrial. This article is a nice summary of all the different commercial sectors.