Seattle Commercial Real Estate Buyers
A New Way of Doing Business
Because the aims of buyers are different from those of sellers, the type of research that an investor receives should be buy-side research. Intuitively, you may think that both sets of analysis would be similar but this seemingly logical conclusion is not necessarily an accurate one.
Abuyer’s primary aim is to successfully manage their commercial real estate investing to meet their financial objectives. Buy-side research focuses on which properties will meet the commercial real estate investing objectives of their clients. Buy-side research is helpful to investors because it identifies properties with long-term appreciation potential as well as identifying properties that may not perform as well over time. Particular expertise is used in the forecasting and underwriting of future cash flows and expenses. The research is generally independent and free from bias that might be caused trying to meet the commercial real estate investing needs of different client types.
The Foundation Group Buyer’s Advantage
When you retain The Foundation Group to manage the purchase process and analyze the data, you benefit from our independent buy-side analysis. We are able to provide sophisticated analysis that is not underwritten with a seller’s position.
By retaining The Foundation Group to perform these commercial real estate investing services, you bring unparalleled experience to your side of the transaction and a level of comfort most investors tread forward without. And, since we credit our retainer fees against commissions, which are typically paid by the seller, the cost for the representation is often completely credited.
The Value of Independent Research
Seattle Property Management With a Difference!
We truly immerse ourselves in understanding the market. These reports provide a roadmap for owners, developers, and future investors to navigate the critical changes, which provide new opportunities and challenges in the market place.
The recent tax reform added two provisions that could impede first-time homebuyers. Under the new tax law, the standard deduction has doubled to $24,000 for married couples ($12,000 for individuals).