The banking industry has and is changing. According to the FDIC, in 2000, there were 8,315 commercial banks; by the end of 2020, there were only 4,379.
You know that investing in real estate can be a great way to create additional income streams, but you don’t know where to start. If you are an agent who knows you need to take control of your time and create additional income, keep reading so you don’t make this #1 mistake agents who invest often make.
The growth in reshoring is one that real estate investors ignore to their own detriment. Let’s see why reshoring is happening, the industries it affects, and the opportunities this creates for investors.
Wherever you go, you are confronted with the reality that nothing is immune from inflation! Aside from being frustrating, inflation can have damaging effects on your wealth, financial stability, and retirement planning. The good news? Real estate is a historically recession-resistant asset class. While inflation is bad for cash, it’s good for real estate.
Building a trustworthy reputation in the commercial industry is key to unlocking access to better deals and better opportunities. Here’s how: