Grant Cardone has always been valued as one of the most successful real estate investors in recent American history. Although his “coaching” courses could be controversial and seen as a “scam”, his real estate investment skills are second to none. The Cardone’s speciality and catchphrase of “buying low while selling high” have become quite the standard in today’s real estate investment’s world. With this being said, let’s analyse what makes Grant Cardone’s real estate investment strategies big.
Relatively Simple Approach
When it comes to real estate investment, many
companies have been following over complicated procedures, with multiple
micro-investments and relatively expensive (in the longer run) admin fees, due
to the fact that they were relatively cheap initial investments. Grant
Cardone’s approach focuses on buying properties to then instantly resell them
for a higher price, due to a small rebranding procedure. This may seem like an
extremely simple process and it is in fact, but the rebranding process is what
truly separates Grant Cardone from a casual to a proper real estate investor.
The Right Form Of Investment Finance
Since 2012, development finance and mezzanine finance have both become two of the biggest focuses in regards to development finance to restructure a property. A successful real estate investor knows the potential of a property as soon as he sees that it could be used for multiple smaller flats/properties. When initial capital is missing, development finance is the best choice to secure the field and rebrand it. This was, in fact, Cardone’s earliest approach to the real estate investment’s world.
The Actual Value Of the Property
It’s important when someone approaches the
world of real estate investment, to understand a property’s value from day one.
It’s pointless to buy a field that will most likely lose value due to a variety
of variables: being in a bad position, being associated with a dangerously
known area and so on.
Understanding the potential of a prospect is a
must for every investment sector and the real estate one is no exception.
Grant Cardone has definitely established his name out there since day one and it’s very likely to become even bigger in the nearest future. With a net worth of $1.2 Billion, he’s become the second most powerful real estate investor of all time. … Read More..
We’ve been warned about climate change and
environmental damage for years now by environmentalists, but only recently has
the government truly started to listen. They’ve introduced bans on singly-use
plastic, encouraged recycling by erecting special recycling centres and
restricted CO2 emissions in the city centre. However, no matter what measures
are put in place now, climate change has already started to take its toll. Many
industries are being affected, but perhaps none moreso than real estate.
Will be Affected Most?
In 2018, a report found that 35% of REIT properties have
geographic exposure to climate hazards, including flooding, typhoons or
hurricanes, coastal flooding and rising sea levels. The research revealed that
some 73,5000 properties are directly at risk.
Coastal towns are among the most immediate
at risk, which is why investment has significantly dropped in the past decade. Residential
conveyancing solicitors are being brought in to asses properties and their
new value given the climate change risks. What’s more, the same applies to
hotels and commercial properties based on or by the water. Luxury hotels have
begun to analyse the potential flood risk. It’s been predicted that by 2045,
300,000 residential and commercial properties will likely face chronic flooding
Real Estate Index
Russell (a data and analytics provider) launched indexes aimed at helping
investors asses climate risk in their real estate portfolios. There are plans
to launch several strategies, such as the green real estate index. This
evaluates green building metrics within each REIT and then rates them on how
well they score. The green real estate index will help those investors looking
to invest in more properties for their portfolio.
Action is Being Taken?
There has been a huge shift in the
discussions of sustainability. Houses are now being built using raw,
responsibly sourced materials and eco-friendly practices. They’re also being
made more durable to prevent damage from natural disasters, something that is
incredibly important to potential investors. Many have been taking the advice
on Manchester solicitors and holding
back until it can be proven that a home will be long-lasting.
There’s no doubt that climate change is greatly
affecting the real estate industry, it’s now up to government officials and
property builders to take action by evaluating their current practices. Hotels,
for example, will need to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions per room, per
year, by 66% to meet the goals of the Paris Climate agreement.
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