The Real Estate Investment Handbook
Frank J. Fabozzi Series
1. Edition February 2005
560 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Price: 63,90 €
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Investing in commercial real estate can provide excellent
risk-return opportunities for both the large and small investor.
Unlike equity securities, commercial real estate often generates a
substantial and predictable cash flow over time--and the
compounding effect of this cash flow can significantly enhance the
performance of most investment portfolios.
Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, The Real Estate
Investment Handbook is an essential tool for current and aspiring
commercial real estate investors looking to develop and evaluate
commercial real estate properties.
Throughout the book, experts G. Timothy Haight and Daniel D. Singer
offer careful examinations of the various types of commercial real
estate available, the measures within the markets used to evaluate
their performance, and the intricacies of the markets in which they
are traded. The discussions of breakeven analysis, present value,
financial leverage, loan packaging, and practical real-life
situations found in The Real Estate Investment Handbook will help
you make better-informed decisions when investing in properties
* Apartments, condominiums, and time-shares
* Single-family homes
* Self-storage facilities
* Office buildings
* Industrial properties
* Parking lots
* Shopping centers
* Hotels and motels
Successful real estate investing is not just about net income or
cash flow; it's about the fit between an investor and an
investment. With The Real Estate Investment Handbook as your guide,
you'll learn how to choose properties that make sense--and
About the Authors.
CHAPTER 1: A Portfolio Approach to Investing in Commercial Real
CHAPTER 2: Interpreting Financial Statements for Successful Real
CHAPTER 3: Depreciation.
CHAPTER 4: Business Organizational Forms.
CHAPTER 5: Buying versus Leasing.
CHAPTER 6: Residential Real Estate.
CHAPTER 7: Apartments.
CHAPTER 8: Condominiums.
CHAPTER 9: Timeshares.
CHAPTER 10: Undeveloped Land.
CHAPTER 11: Self-Storage Facilities.
CHAPTER 12: Restaurant Real Estate.
CHAPTER 13: Shopping Centers.
CHAPTER 14: Athletic Clubs, Physical Fitness Centers, and Family
CHAPTER 15: Office Buildings.
CHAPTER 16: Industrial Properties.
CHAPTER 17: Parking Lots.
CHAPTER 18: Hotels and Motels as Commercial Real Estate
Economics at California State University, Los Angeles. Prior to
joining CSULA, he was department chair and professor of finance at
Towson University. He has authored several books, has published
more than seventy articles covering a wide range of investment
topics, and is the publisher of Business Forum. Dr. Haight has
provided business and financial consulting services for corporate
clients for more than twenty-five years. He has earned a Doctorate
in Business Administration (DBA) with a major in business finance
and investments from George Washington University. He received his
MBA and BS degrees from the University of Dayton.
Daniel D. Singer is a Full Professor of Finance at Towson
University and has been a successful real estate investor for over
thirty years. Dr. Singer is the former dean of the School of
Business at Franklin University, and has edited and published
numerous books and articles on investing in real estate and the
stock market. He received his PhD in economics from the University
of Colorado and his MA in public economics from the State
University of New York at Albany.