the pros and cons of renting commercial property
There are 4 main routes to commercial property ownership and usage: Renting, leasing or letting Leasehold Freehold Licence to Occupy Renting or letting is shorter-term whereas leasehold is longer term, but still involves a contractual tenancy agreement between the freeholder and the leaseholder. Renting also involves a tenancy agreement, but renting is short-term, usually involving...
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Selling commercial property
In every commercial property journey there comes a point where you’ll need to sell, so how do you sell a commercial property? Selling a commercial property is similar to selling a residential property, but the process is likely longer and the conveyancing process is slightly different. Valuations are also more complex and it’s often recommended...
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Understanding net operating income in commercial property
Net operating income is another key metric used to assess real estate property investments. A relatively straightforward and easy figure to calculate, net operating income assesses the profitability of a commercial building. It can be used to quickly compare the potential income earned on a building and acts as a crucial precursor to other calculations...
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flipping commercial property
Flipping property is a phrase we’ve become accustomed to in the residential property market, but can you flip commercial property? Flipping, in a broad sense, is a method for turning a quick profit from buying and selling a property. In residential property, the traditional flipping process is to purchase a property, perform renovations and upgrades...
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How to Calculate the Debt Yield Ratio
The modern lending market has diversified heavily in the last 10 years and lenders are invoking new ways to calculate risk, including debt yield ratios. Debt yield ratios are one such lesser-known metric used to calculate the risk involved in commercial real estate lending. Debt yield combines with the Loan-to-Value Ratio (LTV) and Debt Service...
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Net present value (NPV) is yet another tool in the box of calculations that can be used to assess commercial real estate investments and other investments. Many metrics used in investment assessment are static and insensitive to various real-world investment conditions. For example, cash-on-cash return, ROI, or cap rate, do not typically factor in the...
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