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    How to start an investment in Industrial Property

    If it’s your first time looking into real estate investment, here are some factors you can take into consideration for a better understanding of how to start an investment in Industrial Property.

    1. Prepare for the best

    Being active in the market to have a better understanding always gives you a solid foundation and the confidence to start investing in industrial property. Some examples are participating in auctions, doing market research, keeping yourself up-to-date with the trends. By doing this, you get to find out numerous good opportunities that you have resources for your decisions.

    2. Plan your investment by your goals

    It’s always the question of why are you investing? What are your expectations and ambitions? Are you going to invigorate and exit the investment with higher end values? Are you going to ownr the property? By asking these questions, you are clear in your goals and hence a smooth process and plan for your investment.

    3. Future-proof your investment

    Now is the time to have some deeper analysis in the criteria that you would use to choose which property to invest. Such features as location, area demographics, future development plans in the region, etc are crucial in determining the values of your investment. Below are some insights you can pick up:

    Properties situated in an efficient transport nodes are in higher demand as tenants prefer easy access for their supply chains. Besides, industrial properties are located close to residensital areas, which allows for faster delivery for any e-commerce businesses/manufacturers, will be more desirable to tenants.

    You will also need to consider any restrictions within the industrial zone to ancipate the future development possibilities. Particularly, industrial spaces with optimal office to warehouse ratio (10:90) and easy to configurate/be divided are often promising as well.

    4. Understand your future tenant

    Once you have successfully invested in a property and start looking for tenants, you need to ensure their profile is financially stable to prevent any default risk. Moreover, it is also a good exercise to understand the customer needs and requirements. This will allow you to provide your tenants with real values and help them grow their businesses.