INSIDE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: The purchasing process unveiled
On the latest episode of Inside Commercial Property with Rethink Investing, hosts Phil Tarrant and Scott O’Neill bring...
The commercial property market can be categorised into four unique asset types: office, retail, industrial and specialty.
In this episode of Inside Commercial Property – With Rethink Investing, hosts Phil Tarrant and Scott O’Neill break down the characteristics of each property type, key indicators for investors to look out for in tenants for such properties, and the sentiment among the commercial real estate sector at the moment.
Scott sheds light on which asset classes are being disrupted in the current COVID-19 inflicted market, why specialty commercial properties are usually higher risk, and what kind of investment is best suited as an entry point into the commercial realm.
An asset is any resource owned by an individual or entity that provides economic value for a future benefit.
Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.
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