NAI Daus partner Robert Brehmer discusses how assembling a team of consultants makes property investing less risky.

Interest in property for investment has been growing by leaps and bounds. If you’re willing to take the risks associated with owning commercial property and want a higher yield than banks are offering, it might be time to become a landlord.

“Today, people are looking for yield,” says Bob Brehmer, principal, NAI Daus. “They are getting point-nothing at the bank.

“And when you balance your risk with reality by picking a team to help you, it’ll be a more successful investment.”

Smart Business spoke with Brehmer on how to best enlist the help of professionals to guide a commercial property investment purchase.

Whose help should you seek when purchasing commercial property?

There are four key figures: a mortgage broker, a real estate broker, a property inspector and a real estate lawyer who understands investment real estate. Those key people on your team will help ensure a successful outcome. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE

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One Response to NAI Daus partner Robert Brehmer discusses how assembling a team of consultants makes property investing less risky.

  1. m.s.Woods says:

    I think a good point is made in the article about using a commercial mortgage broker. I think the borrower benefits greatly from the wide assortment of commercial lending products that most commercial brokers have access to in virtue of their relationships with multiple lenders. –Mike Woods

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