When investing in real estate, it's important to consider a lot more than the face value of the purchase price to determine the value of the investment. You may also look at the appraised value of the property, the comparative market analysis, or even the price per unit to determine if the property is a good investment for you.
You may have heard of the benefits of NNN investments. There are many ways to structure a lease agreement such as: Gross Lease, Net Lease, NN Lease, NNN Lease, Absolute Lease, or Bond Lease. Today we’d like to explain the differences between these common lease structures.
Some investors hesitate to perform a 1031 Exchange because the strict 45-day identification requirement that must be met. It can be difficult to identify all replacement properties by the 45th day and it can also be a challenge to locate a backup replacement property of exactly the right type/value needed for a completely deferred exchange.
Real estate investments come in several different shapes and sizes. Whether you’re buying a house, townhouse, condominium, vacant land, strip mall, hotel or apartment building, it is considered a real estate investment by the IRS.