Distressed real estate assets can be a great investment for a seasoned commercial real estate investor. However, if you are not a seasoned real estate investor, a distressed commercial real estate investment may conclude to a potential financial disaster. Some fractured condo projects are just that, distressed assets that may have been incomplete by the developer. Possible explanations why the development is incomplete:
- The bank stopped funding the project
- No qualified private money or commercial hard money bridge loan
- The developer went bankrupt
- The real estate developer ran out of funds to complete the project
Acquiring a distressed commercial real estate asset like a fractured condo development requires a plan for an exit strategy such as:
- Buy and hold
- Sell units individually
- 680 Credit Score or better
To begin with, a seasoned commercial real estate investor requires great personal credit, strong cash assets, a good real estate attorney, a budget and a sharp real estate agent to assist with the distressed commercial real estate transaction. The commercial real estate investor should ask themselves will this projected cash flow work? Is this project condo conversion?
Not all fractured condo units are distressed, an investor has the ability to purchase a bulk of units in a development and secure finance.
Discounted distressed commercial real estate doesn’t necessarily result in a good investment; it may turn out to be to a costly loss and a huge nightmare for you and the lender.
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