Opening the doors of Sands Investment Group during the global financial crisis in 2010, Chris Sands has thrived in the face of hard times from the very beginning. He stays committed to investing for success well into the future by focusing on relationships built by win-win deals, collaboration and transparency. In 2020, through its founder’s leadership, SIG doubled in size—gaining recognition as one of Inc 5000’s Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.
Archive for month: March, 2021
Shopping centers can be a great opportunity for commercial real estate investors. They offer variety in tenants, consistent income, and great potential for growth in the future. A shopping center can look very different, depending on the town or city, as well as the types of tenants the center tends to attract. Some may have a lot of chain stores, while others might have mostly local businesses. There may be a mix of retail, grocery stores, clothing stores, and furniture stores. Oftentimes, there can be many moving parts with shopping center investments, as there are usually multiple retail tenants to manage at any given time.
March 12, 2021 – By Chris Sands: Throughout 2020, commercial real estate demonstrated its stability and value despite a wide range of unanticipated challenges. While we can generally understand the market within a 10-year timeframe that includes adapting to market corrections, the global Covid-19 pandemic created a more significant challenge than we’ve seen before in terms of our ability to predict investors’ outcomes.
Whether you have medical experience or are just interested in investing in medical offices because they can make a great long-term investment, medical office properties can be a great addition to any commercial real estate portfolio. There are so many different types of medical properties that can be an asset—from small offices for private practice to large medical buildings or complexes.
In 2021, childcare assets are a product type to watch for commercial real estate investment opportunities. These assets are ideal additions to a net lease portfolio that provide long-term benefits and witness current growth as the industry bounces back from the COVID-19 pandemic. Childcare assets commonly provide long-term leases, corporate tenants with valuable reputations, strong operators, and—perhaps most importantly—owners who are highly committed to their businesses. These owners are passionate about their programs as they genuinely want to see children receive a quality education and care at their facilities.