This refers to the type of real estate asset you're interested in, such as residential, commercial, industrial, or land. Defining your preferred asset class narrows down your investment focus.
Specify the size or capacity of properties you're willing to invest in. It could be measured in square footage for commercial properties or the number of units for multi-family residential properties.
Determine the specific category of properties within your chosen asset class. For instance, within residential real estate, you might consider single-family homes, condominiums, apartments, or townhouses.
Define your desired occupancy status. Some investors prefer fully occupied properties, while others may be open to value-add opportunities with vacancies.
Evaluate the quality of the property's location based on factors like neighborhood desirability, proximity to amenities, schools, public transportation, and safety.
Clarify the preferred structure of your investments, including whether you're looking for direct ownership, partnerships, joint ventures, or investments through real estate funds.
Consider the age and condition of the property. Older properties may offer unique opportunities for value appreciation, while newer properties may require less maintenance.
Determine your expected holding period for each investment. Some investors aim for long-term holdings to generate consistent rental income, while others may prefer shorter holds for quicker returns.
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