2015 Commercial Real Estate Projections Shared by Brian Fielding

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For those looking to make a wise investment in the New Year, Brian Fielding always believes that commercial real estate is an excellent choice for a purchase that ensures an opportunity for a great return on the investment. With just days until 2015 begins, it is important for investors to understand how the market will look in the next year, and so far, Brian Fielding reveals that the New Year looks like it will be one with a number of stunning prospects.

One of the advantages that the commercial real estate market is seeing at the end of 2014 is the continuing recession recovery. The growing job market has allowed a number of businesses to recover financially, and this has allowed them to expand. These companies are acquiring more employees and are in need of larger spaces. Additionally, at home businesses are reaching a point where they need a commercial space to conduct their business. Brian Fielding reveals that the result is office and retail spaces are starting to see a higher demand.

Brian Fielding shares that those who own these spaces and rent them should see the demand result in a decrease of space vacancies and an increase in rent prices as a result. Office spaces, retail spaces, and industrial properties are all seeing these trends, especially in areas that are in high demand. The demand is so great that there are additionally a number of new industrial building projects that will be starting in the New Year. Because of all these promising trends in the market, Brian Fielding knows that now is the perfect time to consider truly investing in commercial real estate and taking advantage of the strong market. Commercial real estate has a number of advantages over other choices such as residential real estate purchases, and with this expert knowledge from Brian Fielding, you can make wise investment choices and reap the rewards of a commercial real estate purchase.


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Brian Fielding Reveals Why Scaling is Easier in Commercial Real Estate

Brian Fielding discusses scaling in the commercial real estate industry

Brian Fielding reveals why scaling in commercial real estate is so much easier than in residential real estate.

When it comes to scaling in the real estate industry, it is much easier for an investor to manage multiple commercial real estate properties than it is for them to manage a large number of residential real estate properties. When investing in residential real estate, it is important to be nearby to each of the properties to ensure that there are no major problems. The same is true for commercial real estate investments. However, instead of one person looking over one single-family unit, that person has to look over dozens or hundreds of units. This expense is more justified for commercial real estate than it is for residential real estate. Managing large properties also cuts costs on things like maintenance and landscaping, which is a huge plus for investors shares Brian Fielding.


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Brian Fielding Discusses the Importance of Diversifying Your Portfolio

So what happens after the U.S. reports a growth in the economy and encouraging employment trends? The stock market took a one day major fall! It seems to go without saying that one needs to expect volatility in the various stock markets and advisor Brian Fielding suggests that this simply reality suggests that prudent investors should try to balance their portfolio by adding commercial properties to their holdings.

“There is no one avenue that guarantees protection from the vagaries of the efforts to create a nest egg for retirement and for a ‘head-start’ for one’s heirs, but solid tenants in quality properties is an important hedge to consider.”

While shares of Fortune 500 companies adjust to quarterly reporting and concerns over economies internationally, as tenants, these companies can provide a reliable return to their landlords. Further, the tenant’s excellent credit history allows the savvy investor to finance his/her purchase, often with long-term financing at very attractive rates.

Brian Fielding does not suggest forgoing investments in stocks, bonds and, perhaps, commodities. Rather, he ascertains that one should consider balancing that portfolio with quality commercial assets, preferably with strong, creditworthy tenants.

“We not only own the stocks of fine companies such as WalMart, but we also enjoy owning properties with their tenancy. We chose our assets carefully, weighing term, rental rates versus the local comparative indices and a variety of other critical factors such as projecting sales numbers to make an informed decision. It certainly does not hurt that a number of lenders were eager to compete for the financing element.”


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