This section covers the major investment real estate asset classes, ownership structures, and investing strategies.
Read this simple guide to real estate ownership structures: sole ownership, Tenant-in-Common (TIC), Delaware Statutory Trust (DST), Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), and real estate funds (LLC and LP).
This article will address how these aspects of triple net (NNN) property ownership are reflected in each of the primary categories of triple net property.
Corporate credit ratings are issued by rating agencies in order to provide investors with better insight into how well a particular organization is operating and able to pay off its liabilities and financial obligations. The three largest rating...
In addition to securing the right type of tenant, a sufficient lease term and the right lease structure, the terms of your lease protect your rights and the value of your asset over the long run. The lease terms described in this section are not unique...
Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of investment grade, long-term triple-net-leased (NNN) double-net-leased (NN) real estate. This article was originally written during one of the most tumultuous and difficult economic times throughout our...
A Real Estate Investment Trust REIT exists for the purpose of acquiring, managing, and selling real estate for the benefit of shareholders. This article covers our main points of analysis.
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