Real Estate Investing isn’t an easy job, and it’s even harder when you realize the amount of risk in each property.
You’re probably very familiar with residential real estate investing.
After all, over 60% of Americans will own residential real estate in their lifetime.
Nationally, we’re experiencing strong consumption, despite sluggish income growth. After all, it’s much easier to consume products nowadays thanks to Amazon and online retail.
Since rebounding from the recession, the Nashville apartment market has been on a hockey stick trajectory. The office market has stabilized at 8.5% vacancy, the overall retail market is at 3.3% vacancy. Both lower than national averages. And housing is fighting to keep up with the demand from new residents.
When you are looking to start a new business, it’s important to keep your ears and eyes open to discover what the newest trends are. You don’t want to put time and money into producing merchandise that is on the downtrend or you’ll soon find yourself looking for a new business venture.
When people think about investments, they usually think of stocks and bonds. However, do you want to make an investment that can have long-term dividends? If so, you may want to consider investing in commercial real estate instead.