Beginners Guide To Real Estate Investing Pdf – Buying Commercial Real Estate for Beginners [A Step-by-Step Guide]


Beginners Guide To Real Estate Investing Pdf – How to Choose

Getting started in commercial real estate can be tough. There are so many questions throughout the investing process – How do you find the right site? What makes it a good investment? How do you raise capital from investors? In this video, Tyler is walking through:

1. Why You Should Invest in Commercial Real Estate
2. What to Know Before You Invest
3. How to Find a Deal
4. Going on Site Tours
5. Determining Your Investment Strategy
6. Underwriting the Deal
7. Making an Offer
8. Performing Your Due Diligence
9. Sourcing Debt & Equity
10. Takeover & Operations
11. Should You Sell or Refi?

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Tyler Cauble is Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group, an East Nashville-based commercial real estate brokerage serving the Greater Nashville Area. He’s a native Nashvillian that has not only been a witness to the city’s tremendous growth, but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work.

As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He’s committed to helping business owners understand the market so that they can grow their business and be part of Nashville’s future. Cauble is also the best-selling author of Open For Business: The Insider’s Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate.

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  1. Tyler Cauble
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Have a question that I wasn't able to cover in the livestream? Let me know below! Also – shout out to Siri for joining in a couple times 😁

  2. StinkyTofu
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    No reference to Crypto and Real Estate?!

  3. Mohammed Rahman
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Tyler, I've been learning a lot listening to your content. Thank you for putting this information out there. I'm a small time residential investor and want to acquire my first Commercial Multi-Family by EOY 2022 – this video along with other clips have been incredibly insightful.

  4. Ramzy Megally
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Hi Tyler – Thank you for you great content. I did download your Top 10 Books. I have already read the first book, "Crushing It' and reading it again (actually listening to it again on audible), and will make my way through the remaining 9. I did look into the CCIM designation, but I believe you need a portfolio review and an application, along with membership. Do you recommend still taking the course, and if so, are you able to just take the four classes? I do have some other courses that I may take that are heavy underwriting, but wanted to hear your thoughts. Thank you, sir.

  5. Carl Cuesta
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    I need this, truly appreciate it

  6. slimey moe
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    would you recommend for someone just starting out in commercial real estate to work under a broker. like becoming an agent to get more knowledge and then when ready buy first investment property?

  7. Forbes Next
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    What’s the date base for the tax research

  8. BVmars
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Guys, what is CRS? Can't find anything…

  9. Law19157
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Blue cities in Red States….well there's an oxymoron. Give it some time, these blue cities will turn into the crap hole California is. Crime up, homelessness up, cost of living up, taxes up, crap on the streets. Progressives aren't doing the commercial space any favors here in California. They won't do anything about homelessness in front of your shop where customers will get scared away from drugged out homeless people which is the fault of progressives because they decided to not prosecute drug crimes they even give them free needles.

    They're increasing minimum wage which will close a lot of mom and pop shops and or increase prices. With their grocery hazard pay which some California cities introduced will see some grocery stores closing up. The lock down already killed so many business that aren't going to come back and office space is never going to be the same. And they had enacted rent control for apartments.

    Enjoy the honeymoon because there's going to be problems later on, a lot of these progressives moving in to red states are hanging on to their progressive ideals, they do not see their policies as the cause of California's problems. The hypocrisy of these people to move to a Red State after referring to them as racist places filled with white racist males and being critical of Red State economic policies jacking up the taxes in California then running to no income tax Tennessee and other Red states with no state income taxes lol wow.

    But its ok, I'm just going smile and pretend to agree with their B.S. while I take their money and put it in Trumps Mar-a-lago and other conservative causes. I'll stick around in California for a bit more, the winds are changing people's blood is boiling. This state will most likely go back to being Red, I wouldn't be surprised if we went from the 5th largest economy in the world to the 3rd or even #1 due to conservative red economic policies.

    Commercial space isn't so great at the moment but single family homes is still a hot market, we don't believe the lifting of the moratorium on foreclosures will make that much of a differences on home prices due to short supply and high demand + some cities are getting rid of single family zoning in favor of multifamily and mixed use buildings. This will definitely keep single family home prices high though that may change if interest rates go up.

  10. Jason Morris
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    If you're getting into commercial buildings find a proficient Jewish Legal Eagle see the fact is you sign a Lease then the gambler owner says 2 you it's been 6 months rent is double own your own property or soldier on as an employee.

  11. Jason Morris
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Commercial Realty Beginnings, lesson #101 get chatting with a few people first see commercial buildings simply usually come up in a fire-sale especially retail shops if you plan on getting large coldhard cash you need a base could be anywhere golden is near a retail Bank the "bricks & mortar" not "clicks & mortar" see it's got to be a family thing you test the grand children also whoever hasn't got the sweet tooth is Benefactor #1 AND TELL THEM see look at Calvin Klein his old shop 571 5th Street NY USA that family has owned the same shop since October 1820AD it's ofcourse been EVERYTHING HONEST a butcher, café, barber, TV repairs and after Calvin did some Tailor's Apprenticeship his turn see if you're getting into commercial buildings find a p

  12. Luis Luna
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Hello sir do you have any mentoring program that I can follow? I'm trying to buy my first wearhouse but I'm not able to find much information

  13. Jesse Flick
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    So much great information.

  14. Trevor J Watkins
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    I've got family and friends that want to loan me money to push my CR harder. What are good terms for F/F without giving away the farm?

  15. Reth Industries
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    I just bought my first commercial property. You're my mentor now. Please send help. Lol.

    This is a historical 15,000sf mixed use building I got for 80k. It had a functional cafe, theater, and shoe store in 2017. There are 16 abandoned hotel/apartment rooms on the top floors. The tenant moved out due to family issues and the building was let to get severe water damage. I've been cleaning it up myself without too much issue. I've always been afraid of using credit and have always had everything paid off. I am seeing this is what might be holding me back from bigger deals or hiring someone to do the renovation for me. There seem to be a lot of great deals out here if you or someone you know would ever be interested in going in where I have the building maintenance and assessment background and I just need the help to find funding.

  16. Shane Durkee
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    Great video! I’m in residential currently and Looking to get into commercial. If you’re in Chattanooga let me know!

  17. Nicholas
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    I appreciate this content. I'm at the beginning stages of getting into this industry, so this is great stuff!

    Thanks brotha, keep it up!

  18. Jessie Nirwan
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    I am ready to buy my first commercial property… I am kind of scare. I am a resident realtor.

  19. Sam Anderson
    July 30, 2021 at 12:51 am

    0:57 Omg this superbike, must see this