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 Savvy individuals know that real estate  plays a vital role in their personal investment portfolios. The experienced also know that how you invest in real estate, and what you invest in makes all the difference in the actual results achieved.

 This is a ripe moment for seizing on investment grade income property opportunities. While long the stronghold of wealthy individual sophisticated investors and the largest banks and funds, more busy individual high achievers are being granted access these types of superior investments.

 Recent regulatory changes have opened the doors to busy medical professionals, attorneys, pilots, yacht captains, engineers, tech professionals, and full time residential property investors. This arrives at the perfect moment to take advantage of an asset class which offers concrete security, and incredible upside potential.



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This is the ideal time to upgrade to investment grade income properties. Not only is the timing right, but it checks all the boxes for alert individuals.

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There is no covering up the uncertainty and concern in other asset classes. From heavy losses in bitcoin and cryptocurrency, to a bloated stock market, thinning yields in a hyper-competitive residential housing market, and new tax laws, finding alternatives is an urgent task.


Investment grade income property is perfect for those seeking more:


  • Passive income
  • Safety and confidence in their investments
  • Strength in portfolio performance
  • Consistency
  • Pride of ownership


This is an asset class that investors love sharing about over dinner with friends, and more importantly don’t have to worry about being embarrassed by making a gamble that can vaporize like tech startups or ICOs. 

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It’s just a matter of knowing where the opportunities are, the best way to structure for maximum tax benefits and net gains, and the best national credit tenants who will guarantee your leases, even if you’ve never directly invested in a property like this before.





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Why is this sector so highly prized by elite investors?


  • Wealth gains
  • Passive income
  • Diversification
  • Higher returns without high risk
  • Recession protection
  • Hedge against inflation
  • Substantial tax saving benefits
  • Good balance in supply and demand
  • These investments are typically the last to be affected and first to rebound in any tough periods


Once investors become aware of the advantages of this asset class, they want in. Yet, it hasn’t always been as accessible as it is now, and it can be easier to participate than many realize. This has preserved the value and strength of this sector.






What do billionaires Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Larry Ellison, Carlos Slim, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffett all have in common?


They are all big in real estate. In fact, it is hard (if not impossible) to find a billionaire who hasn’t either made the bulk of their money in real estate, or invested, protected, and grown their wealth in real estate.


They often do this through their business ventures. More notably, is that it is where they put their personal profits. They may not buy more stock in their own companies, but they do frequently buy business and commercial real estate. Some of Warren Buffett’s biggest investments have in income producing retail property.


Not only is commercial real estate a top pick for billionaires themselves, but for giants like Amazon, Facebook, private equity funds, financial institutions and banks. The world’s biggest alternative funds are largely driven by corporate tenanted commercial property. That includes Blackstone, Norway’s Sovereign Fund, the Queen of England’s Crown Estate, and Canada’s pension funds. Prime American property with national credit tenants are among their favorite investments too. It has made billions for them. It has preserved their wealth for generations.

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These are commercial properties which produce monthly cash flow from rents. They are differentiated from other types of residential and commercial property in that they are rented to regional, national, and international level corporate tenants.


This includes:


  • Banks and financial services tenants
  • Drugstores and pharmacies
  • Automotive services and auto dealers
  • Restaurant and food service franchises
  • Discount and niche retailers
  • Local shopping plazas
  • Office buildings
  • Retail malls
  • Mixed use properties





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Many have already invested in publicly traded real estate stocks or REITs, as well as residential or owner occupied commercial property. These sectors may share some similarities with investment grade income property. There may even be some overlap. Yet, how you invest makes all the difference in safety and net results.


There are several ways to participate in this asset class.


Real Estate Investment Trusts & Publicly Traded Funds

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Just 6 major REITs hold around $50 billion in market value, across 16,000 properties. That includes National Retail (NYSE:NNN), Realty Income (NYSE:O), Spirit Realty (NYSE:SRC), STORE Capital (NYSE:STOR), VEREIT (NYSE:VER) and W.P. Carey (NYSE:WPC).


These entities can provide a super-simplified method of investing in these assets. Everything is done for you. If you go to a broker, you probably don’t even have to choose which to invest in. Your money probably just winds up in whichever one is paying the most in commissions at that time. On the downside, 15% or more of capital put into these vehicles can be soaked up in administration and management fees. Probably even more once you really calculate the various levels of fees and commissions. Worse, the IRS may consider profits from these entities as ordinary income, instead of passive investment income. It’s taxes where the real net difference can be made or lost. Most notably, publicly traded investments like this are fully exposed to the hyper-volatility of the stock market, and offer no real diversification from other stock holdings.


‘Owner-Occupied’ Commercial Real Estate


Some professionals and business owners may have considered or even invested in commercial property, in which they host or plan to headquarter their own operations. This can seem like a good setup. In some periods it can work out well. Though this also brings challenges. Financiers are far less interested in owner-occupied commercial property. It is higher risk. Owners then also often fall into the tempation of wanting to manage it themselves. They create a whole new full time job, that they really aren’t going to enjoy, nor may perform well at, despite how high their IQs are.


Direct Investment


Direct investment in triple net leased income properties with national credit tenants can deliver all the benefits of REITs, yet, with 100% of your capital being invested. You have more control. Yet, have professional management, delivering automatic income every month. The tax benefits are better, the wealth gains and preservation is better, and you have complete clarity on what you are investing in, without worrying about what a new employee at your brokerage or REIT might do to your asset value.


Direct Investment with Partners & Private Partnerships


Good triple net leased real estate with investment grade tenants isn’t cheap. It’s not like buying a $50,000 burned out foreclosure home. Some investors are moving substantially more capital from stocks, or residential investments into this sector. Some may be able to easier take on some very prime properties. Others will find more comfort, diversification, and consistency in spreading their capital across multiple investments with close partners and in non-traded partnerships.


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This style of investing also opens up several additional wealth building and tax savvy tools. This includes self-directed IRAs and 401ks for tax deferred or tax free investment gains. As well as 1031 exchanges, which enable investors to defer capital gains taxes when trading up to, or diversifying into these investment properties. Individually these tools can make a double digit difference in annual net gains, which can be reinvested for compounding yields and wealth.


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This isn’t just about picking good properties. Investment grade tenants are typically triple net lease tenants (NNN).


Imagine Amazon, Apple, or Adidas guaranteeing your investment income for the next 20 years.


Even better, imagine that they pay all the bills too!


In a Triple Net Lease, these tenants pay:


  • The rent
  • Utilities
  • Property taxes
  • Insurance
  • Maintenance


The owner still covers capital improvements in a triple net lease. Though under an Absolute Net lease the tenant even pays for that too.


There is a lot of prestige and pride of ownership that comes with having these types of properties and tenants, but it doesn’t cost more than other similar assets. Yet, your resale value, if you ever decide to let the property go, can be a lot higher with these tenants too.


These tenants are rated for their size and financial strength. They handle the maintenance, and aren’t going to be calling you to unclog toilets, so you get to keep that 10% spread which is often lost to a property manager. Corporate tenants also traditionally sign very long leases. 10-25 years is common. That dramatically lowers expenses for property owners, while increasing net gains and reliability. The icing on the cake is that even in the worst case that one of these tenants should need to move, they and their larger pool of resources are on the hook to pay the balance of the lease. That can be even better as an investor.






These tenants are ranked by major credit agencies Moody’s, Standard & Poor, and Fitch Ratings. These rankings are very important as they can impact cap rates, financing, and profitability.


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Busy Professionals


Doctors, lawyers, pilots, successful entrepreneurs, and other busy professionals are all benefiting greatly from making the switch. You work hard, you are smart about saving, you are educated about investing and financial planning. Yet, it often seems to be a tug of war between work, finding life balance, and making smart investments with what you’ve made. Too often investing gets delegated to those who have no real vested interest in your success. Or investors take too much risk trying to get back losses, or play it far too ‘safe’ in subpar performing investments that can be net losers after inflation and taxes. This asset class can be the pivotal addition that aligns goals and needs. It may be the difference between the ability to retire, retire well, and leaving that legacy, or not.


Those Seeking A Superior Alternative To REITs & Stocks


REITs and stocks had a great run. Though to say many have been overvalued for years, may be one of the greatest understatements of this next decade. Anyone who lived through the Great Recession knows the pain of losing a lifetime of work and sacrifice. Intelligent investors are getting ahead of the curve, stemming losses in advance, and are digging into safe positions with stronger returns and more control, with the long term income producing investments needed to fuel their lifestyles.


Existing Real Estate Investors Ready To Upgrade


It’s no secret that many residential investors have been graduating to commercial real estate recently. Major market forces pumped, dumped, and pumped the housing market again. Individual investors bought into the revival. Many have done very well. Now interest rates are trending up, and competition for single family homes is at unbalanced proportions with as much as 30% of home sales going to investors. Finding profitable single family and small multifamily profits is a challenge. Even those still operating very successfully are seeing the wisdom, efficiency, and superior benefits and truly passive returns this sector has to offer. At a minimum it is an essential point of diversification.

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