Given the significance of NOI to investors and lenders, it’s essential that you know how to calculate it for investment properties.
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Whether you’re underwriting a loan as a lender or negotiating loan terms as a borrower, LTV and DSCR should be top of mind.
If you’ve spent time around people in the commercial real estate industry, you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “cap rate.”
Determine if you’re an accredited investor and, if so, start planning the next steps on your investment journey.
Learn how less risk, stable returns, and improved diversification make debt investing a smart move for savvy investors.
Lenders, highly vested in the success of both their loans and borrowers, utilize a number of key mitigants to manage the risk of default.
When it comes to how most real estate investors think about risk and return, their strategies tend to fall into one of four categories.
What are the characteristics of a hard money loan, when do they make sense for borrowers, and why are they called “hard?”
As IRR is a commonly cited metrics in private placement memoranda for investment properties, make sure you know what it means.