How to Invest in Commercial Real Estate During Uncertain Times
You’ll discover how to quickly acquire apartment buildings and other commercial properties by using the creative strategies Peter Conti has used for the past 30 years.
Here’s how it works:
The first step is to get up to speed on how to quickly calculate the value of any commercial property, then you’ll be introduced to the three pillars of Peter’s unique investing system.
Pillar # 1 – Buying With Terms
With all the upset in the marketplace right now this is the perfect time to acquire properties using creative strategies like Owner Carry, Commercial Master Lease, and Buying Subject to the Existing Financing. You’ll discover how to get properties under contract without having to come up with big down payments or having to qualify for mortgages.
Once you have a property under contract, and complete the due diligence checklist, you’ll move onto:
Pillar # 2 – The 8 Profit Activators
Income properties are valued on the amount of Net Operating Income they produce. By lowering the expenses or increasing the income you can dramatically increase both the value of the property and the ongoing cash flow. One of Peter’s favorites is adding coin-operated laundry to the property. (If it doesn’t already have it)
The fun part of Peter’s system is that you don’t need to spend any money implementing the 8 Profit Activators. You’ll be able to fill in the numbers showing the potential increase in net operating income into the Templated Deal Marketing Packet which shows how much the property will be worth once the net operating income goes up. This creates a powerful Pro-Forma which is a projected view showing where all the income is coming from, which provides proof to back up the projected increase in cash flow and property value.
Pillar # 3 – The Assignment
This is the fun part. Now you take the the entire package you’ve created, including the Creative Purchase Terms, the Deal Marketing Packet, and the Pro-Forma, and assign your interest in the deal over to another investor in exchange for an assignment fee. These fees do vary, but we don’t bother with anything unless the assignment is $20,000 or more.
Or – Keep the Property
You’ll also learn how to keep properties if you want by bringing in an outside investor who provides any down payment or rehab money in exchange for some equity in the deal. Of course, if the deal is good enough, and you have some of your own capital to cover the upfront costs, you can start adding commercial properties to your investment portfolio.