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How Did We Make Investing In Real Estate Simpler?

Real estate is among the most popular investment choices for consumers. These investments outperformed other industries in terms of earnings.

However, real estate is one of the riskiest and most difficult investments when compared to other types. Additionally, a large sum of money and time is needed.

In 2025, the market for real estate management software will grow to $12.89 billion. When looking for places to invest your money, there are numerous options.

Equities, bonds, exchange-traded funds, mutual trusts, and real estate all make profitable investments, regardless of your level of investment expertise.

We helped a property investor with their investment. An example is shown below.

The Client

Client Overview:

Company name:  NNB Buildings

Type of business: Reit/ Real Estate 

Address: 21/9, Japan Street, Basundhara  

Dhaka, Bangladesh

After developing and selling a business, our client decided to use the funds to purchase commercial real estate

His focus was less on generating equity and increasing value because he had already done that outside of real estate. He wanted to create a passive income stream using the money he had worked so hard to get.

Being a successful businessman, he realized he had no idea where to begin and recognized the benefit of enlisting a professional to help with such a significant transaction.

The Specialist

Mr. XX has been investing in real estate since 1997 and has long served as a business and real estate coach. He is adept at assisting investors with both strategy definition and deal-securing procedures.

Defining the Goalposts

My first steps were to guide him through the many forms of commercial property and determine which would meet his objectives, risk tolerance, and financial constraints. He was planning to spend around $5,000,000 in total.

We came to the following conclusions after debating the advantages and disadvantages of various strategies:

  1. To govern land, a building must be on its own.
  2. He needs “turn-key” because he is short on time.
  3. Industrial or warehousing is required.
  4. satisfied with one or more structures

To make sure he had the correct people behind him, there was some early education on what we/he/his team would do during the search and due diligence. The majority of the learning, nevertheless, took place while performing due diligence and studying actual properties, leases, and data.

The Process

Many of the homes that Mr. XX looked at he was able to dismiss right away. We also looked more closely at other things, like the structure, the tenants, the NBS information, the insurance, the lease, the LIM, and other things.

Following that, we provided some recommendations for the client’s team to follow up on (such as in the areas of legal, accounting, appraisals, etc.). The most important awareness for a buyer is that every sale is unique, and depending on the facts available, the due diligence we must conduct also varies.

Helping the buyer determine what is important and where their trade-offs were is a part of my onboarding process so that we can move on with confidence afterwards.

The Properties Real Estate

We looked at a lot of properties, but our first two tender attempts ended in failure. Peter had addressed fair value with the client so they could safely stick to their guns on price, which prevented us from acquiring several otherwise fantastic properties. 

As a result, we gained the trust necessary to eventually secure the properties we did.

The Result Real Estate

Two fantastic buildings were acquired by the client as part of a portfolio. The first has a wonderful tenant but a little tenant risk, and the second has a terrific renter but a little building risk. The extremely pleased client is now free to concentrate on their upcoming projects and possibilities and has plans in place to develop the buildings.

  1. $4,500,000 was spent total on properties 
  2. Net lease with a $276,000 yearly rent roll
  3. Tenant bears the majority of the costs for a net return of 6.13%. This is a highly favorable comparison to residential
  4. A practical approach to raising the NBS in the second property
  5. Integrated rent increases
  6. Interest deduction is not a consideration.
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