A new case study was released today featuring SIG’s EVP of Operations, Ryan Passe, who was invited to speak at the Quickbase Annual Empower Conference earlier this year. SIG’s recent launch of the company’s internal new broker tools including a proprietary compliance and OM tracker app are the focus of the study.
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Charlotte, NC (August 9, 2021) – Sands Investment Group (SIG) announced closing on two DHL Express properties located in Greenville, South Carolina and Raleigh, North Carolina. The transactions both brought in multiple offers within one week of listing and achieved cap rates below 6.00%. Read more
“With every challenge comes a new opportunity to adapt to something and be a pioneer in a space that’s less saturated. For NNN investors who are willing to take that and be creative, there is huge potential for success in the coming months and years.” Read more
GlobeSt.com and GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum are pleased to reveal the 2021 selection for Influencers in Net Lease. Originally published on GlobeSt.com.
When conducting a 1031 exchange, investors can utilize a 1031 exchange intermediary for an easier process. The term 1031 exchange comes from the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), section 1031, which states, “No gain or loss shall be recognized on the exchange of real property held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment if such real property is exchanged solely for real property of like kind which is to be held either for productive use in a trade or business or for investment.”
As the NYC subway returns to 24-hour service, indoor dining expands to 75% capacity, and indoor social gatherings expands to a 250 person limit, it’s a welcomed sight to see New York City re-opening! And, we are very much looking forward to attending in person this June 16-17 for NET LEASE Spring 2021.
As an investor searches for their next property opportunity, there are many different types of real estate that may jump out as a possibility. From fast food restaurants to strip malls and everything in between, real estate can be a lucrative investment opportunity. In 2021, especially, it can seem like there are many good options for investments. One such investment that can add significant value to a growing real estate portfolio is a CVS for sale.
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Investors are seeking triple net properties that can generate robust returns, even during market downturns. Another requirement is selecting brick-and-mortar retail properties with the ability to compete with e-commerce as consumers purchase more and more items online. One category of retail property fits these prerequisites to a ‘T’—an auto parts store or business for sale, which may be one of the industry’s best-kept secrets.
This article was originally published on Forbes.com
In commercial real estate sales, a common philosophy is the “win-win or no deal” approach. This suggests that both parties in a transaction should aim for a mutually beneficial outcome or walk away from the deal altogether. This brings both parties’ needs into consideration while anticipating an agreement where both the client and the broker feel as though they’ve “won” a positive outcome.
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.
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.
Despite the challenges we’ve seen this year, 2020 has been very inspiring and eye opening in terms of demonstrating the stability of commercial real estate through shifting times. Generally, we are privy to understanding the market within a 10-year timeframe that includes adapting to market corrections—however, with the last global pandemic taking place nearly 100 years ago and an industry shift that wasn’t brought on by a market correction, it was a greater challenge than ever to anticipate and predict the outcome for investors. Read more
For real estate investors, 1031 exchanges create an opportunity for investors to move from one property to another and provide tax benefits for doing so. With the help of a tax-deferred exchange company, you can sell one or more property and defer the payment of capital gain taxes by acquiring a replacement property. This allows you to keep 100 percent of your money working for you instead of paying about one-third that equity to taxes. However, in a 1031 tax deferred exchange, there are very specific requirements that need to be followed.
Investing in commercial real estate can bring about many advantages in the form of low-touch income or a diversified portfolio. But not all commercial leases are the same, and even leases of the same type can have varying factors and deal details. In short, every commercial lease is usually as unique as the property itself, so it’s very important that you understand all the particulars and fine print of any property you’re considering adding to your portfolio.
Investors are often attracted to NNN leases, or triple net leases, because of the consistent income stream they can provide while still being a lower risk property. These types of leases are a long-term solution for tenants, while providing property owners with plenty of benefits as well.
Santa Monica, CA (June 9, 2020)—Sands Investment Group (SIG) is pleased to announce that Chris Naylon has been hired to fill the role of Sales Manager in their Santa Monica office. This role will focus on coaching, supporting, and recruiting brokers as SIG expands their California presence and continues to grow their team. Read more