Investing in commercial buildings is a long, meticulous and investigation of a to-do the diligent process to follow up on. It is a necessary process to make sure your investments are properly distributed keeping in mind that the process is the ROI to your investments. all-star with registration with the proper business auction services and agencies.  It can be REIT or an auction that takes place at the sale location at the time shown or if you plan to bid at the auction, you will need to show a cashier's check made payable to yourself certified fund or cash in the amount base on the investment value but some time for the amount of $5,000. The certified funds are required for each property you plan to bid on. These funds are not collected unless you are the successful bidder for the interested property... Note: Keep in mind that it is illegal to hipe bidding. It is penalized by the Real Estate laws and regulations.
A valid ID is required to register at the auction.
As always, there are plenty of free to attend an auction and the certified funds are not required for admission if you just want to see how the auction work.
Here is one of my favorite Auction places that I like to visit for investments. The Hudson & Marshall Program.

Notes to keep in mind before you do any investment. DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE LIST. I make my list simple using Google products for the business. Using a calendar, Emails and form apps. All of it is on my mobile at my fingertips. Simple and secure. Here what I use.

Don't forget to do an open house inspection. Most vacant properties will be open for inspection. Some properties will be shown by appointment only. Please contact the individual broker listed for the property. Get a contact name and phone number for the property information please contact the individual broke for specific property information.
Keep a note of all your questions and have a value in mind to invest on.

Thank you,
Wening Cintron


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