Thinking about investing in commercial real estate? Before you get your feet wet, there are a few things that you should know:

Core Strategy

Despite the current impact from the pandemic, the core strategy when it comes to investing in commercial real estate remains the same. First, you need to identify what is missing- real estate wise- from a geographic area and you fill this need. When supply is scarce, it can create a high demand. However, there are variables at play so it makes sense to consult with others who have real estate experience for their input or advice, too.  

Industrial Properties

As manufacturing businesses, plants, and factories are suffering from outsourcing and the economic repercussions of the pandemic, there may be industrial properties available now that have the potential for redevelopment or recreation. Commercial renters and a steady stream of rental income is always a sound way to invest in the market.

Multifamily Dwellings

Speaking of regular monthly rental income, multifamily dwellings, like apartment building for example, are another prudent investment to make in the current market. As populations grow in specific regions, the need for affordable family housing increases. Buy low, renovate, and rent; you are building value in your asset every month.


Land is seemingly always a practical investment. Think about looking at raw land to later develop, or land that has been abandoned before building commenced, for a holding that could garner a nice profit later, when the market is right.


Real estate helps to diversify your holdings and assets. The stock market is iffy; it has its ups and downs. Real estate is susceptible to market fluctuations like any other commodity, but it always presents opportunities to bring in money- i.e. rental income- while you hold on to it. Consider how you might diversify your own investments to protect yourself when the markets wax and wane.

Thinking of investing in commercial real estate opportunities? Talk to the money experts at Lionheart Commercial Capital, first.