I send out newsletters that every savvy real estate investor should read. In October, my newsletters featured articles about the mindset and principles of an investor, key factors affecting commercial real estate right now, the impact of rent control on investors and renters, and the trend of converting mall space into commercial property that includes apartments.
October Highlights for Real Estate Investors
I am passionate about educating and empowering individuals to identify key financial opportunities and become savvy investors. Doug Marshall has some helpful insight into the mindset that serves commercial real estate investors well.
James Montier, the author of the well-known book The Little Book of Behavioral Investing, wrote a white paper called “The Seven Immutable Laws of Investing.” In his thesis, he identifies seven principles for sensible investing in the stock or bond markets.
This blog post by Allen Buchanan, a broker in southern California, looks at some of the key factors affecting commercial real estate these days—supply, interest rates, the re-positioning of mall space, rent control, and more.
What is in store for the real estate market over the next 18 months? What about interest rates, commercial leasing, mall re-positioning, rent control, homelessness, and the question of “what keeps you awake at night?”
This GlobeSt.com article by John Salustri looks at some of the ways that rent control will make a bigger impact on potential renters than on real estate investors.
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This article by Jeffrey Steele in Multi-Housing News explores a deal going on in Florida and discusses the larger trend of converting malls into multifamily properties.
A former department store at the Santa Rosa Mall in Mary Esther, Fla., will be redeveloped into a luxury community with 229 units. Renaissance Santa Rosa will be developed by Rea Ventures Group and Radiant Partners. Working through the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Walker & Dunlop structured $35.4 million in construction financing for the redevelopment.
There are plenty of opportunities in Eugene-Springfield right now for real estate investors interested in multifamily and other commercial properties. Some of them are silent opportunities that will not be listed. Contact me to find out more: 541-912-6583, email@example.com.