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The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice

How to Add Value When Buying, Selling, Repositioning, Developing, Financing, and Managing

Terry Painter


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The first Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate

The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice covers everything anyone would ever need to know from A - Z on the subject. The 500+ entries inside not only have hard-hitting advice, but many share enlightening stories from the author's experience working on hundreds of deals. This book pulls off making the subjects enjoyable, interesting, and easy to understand. As a bonus, there are 136 time and money savings tips, many of which could save or make you 6 figures or more.

Some of the questions this informative guidebook will answer for you are:

  • How to Buy Foreclosed Commercial Properties at a Discount at Auctions
  • Guidelines for Getting Started in Commercial Real Estate and Choosing Low-Risk Properties
  • How to Value a Property in 15 Minutes
  • How to Fake it Until You Make it When Raising Investors
  • Should You Hold, Sell, 1031 Exchange, or Cash-Out Refinance?
  • How to Reposition a Property to Achieve its Highest Value when Buying or Selling
  • 10 Tested Methods to Recession-Proof Your Property
  • How You Can Soar To The Top by Becoming a Developer
  • Trade Secrets for Getting The Best Rate and Terms on Your Loan - Revealed
  • 11 Ways Property Managers Will Try and Steal From You - How to Catch and Stop Them

Whenever you have a question on any commercial real estate subject, just open this invaluable book and get the guidance you are looking for.

Find author Terry Painter:

Wiley, 9781119629115, 528pp.

Publication Date: October 13, 2020

About the Author

TERRY PAINTER is the founder of Apartment Loan Store and Business Loan Store--mortgage-banking firms that have closed over four billion dollars in commercial loans nationally. He is a member of the Oregon Bankers Association, the Mortgage Bankers Association, and Forbes Real Estate Council, where he is a contributing writer. Terry lives in Portland, Oregon and the Dominican Republic.