Here’s what happened on Massimo Group
I ripped my hamstring this past week racing between gate A26 and gate F4 in Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport. For those of you who have traveled through Atlanta, you can appreciate the distance between these two concourses and their respective gates. The pain of the sniper-like attack on my right hamstring was only enhanced by the fear that my carry-on luggage, which I had inadvertently left in the overhead bin of the first plane, was now 30,000 feet above Orlando… Click to read more
It seems recently there has been a flurry of information on the X number of things successful people do every morning, day, or whatever period you choose to insert. Admittedly my first two books (yes, there is a third on the horizon) were based on the premise of studying the success of commercial real estate professionals… Click to read more
One of the ways to get into the real estate business is to become a broker, but what is a real estate brokerage? How different is it from being a real estate agent or a realtor? What are the accompanying duties? Get a better understanding of the real estate industry by knowing about brokerage… Click to read more
Do you remember the second half of 2008 – when the economy completely tanked? You may recall how the sky was falling. Everything changed. Many in the CRE industry didn’t make it… Click to read more
When you’re looking at the value of a piece of a commercial real estate, there are four basic property metrics that you can use to evaluate it. While the price per square foot metric is directly tied to the real estate, the other metrics – gross rent multiplier, cap rate, and cash-on-cash return — are tied to the income that it produces. Given that commercial real estate ownership is frequently just a means to the end of earning investment profit, these other three metrics are better representations of the property’s value… Click to read more
What have you learned about real estate brokerage this week? Let us know in the comments below.