Wealth Opportunities in Commercial Real Estate by Gary Grabel
Management, Financing and Marketing of Investment Properties

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ESSENTIAL COVERGAGE OF THE COMMERICAL REAL ESTATE MARKET AND HOW TO MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU

The one-stop guide to making money from buying, managing, and owning commercial real estate, Wealth Opportunities in commercial real Estate is the comprehensive resource you need in order to take full advantage of the market, whether you're just starting out or an old hand. Including industry case studies and expert advice from real estate expert Gary Grabel, the book teaches you the fundamentals-including how to evaluate a potential property and how to create value even before you buy-that other books leave out. Commercial real estate investing is an excellent, and highly profitable, investment choice for those with the right perspective and the patience to see their decision through. But to really succeed, it is essential to have a firm grasp of the basics of the real estate game before you get started. if you think you're ready, then this book is your first step.

 

About Gary Grabel

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Gary Grabel is the Managing director of Ethan Christopher, LLC, the holding company for his real estate activities. The company specializes in value-added real estate with focus on retail centers and medical office buildings. Ethan Christopher currently owns and manages over one million square feet of real estate in California, Arizona, and Texas. Mr. Grabel brings to this text is extensive practical experience as an owner/operator of commercial real estate. For over thirty years, he has been involved in all aspects of commercial real estate including financing, leasing, acquisitions, and the day-to-day running of a real estate portfolio. Mr. Grabel is a real estate broker, a member of the California bar association, and a frequent lecturer on real estate-related topics.
 
Published September 19, 2011 by Wiley. 448 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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