One result of the home foreclosure crisis is that many commercial properties are now going into foreclosure as well. Many of the banks that are struggling with their residential loans are in just as much trouble with their commercial loans. They are just as desperate to get some return on their investments.
  • Bank-Owned Commercial Properties
  • Commercial Short Sales
  • Pre-Foreclosure Commercial Properties
  • Distressed Commercial Properties
  • Performing and Non-Performing Notes
are available in every state. Seller financing and other creative solutions are also becoming more popular. Some properties with assumable financing or seller financing can even be acquired with little to no money down. 2011 should be the biggest year ever for commercial foreclosures.

Many of these properties are solid money-makers with guaranteed monthly income from national credit tenants – they not only pay your mortgage for you, but sometimes your property taxes, insurance and maintenance as well. Others are vacant and can be used for your own business. Owner-user properties can usually be purchased with as little as 5% down.

Now is a great time to expand your portfolio with a safer, longer-term real estate investment. Contact Joshua Cohen to discuss your business, investment goals, financing, the market, and how to take advantage of it.

Jack Holler Commercial Real Estate  •  3663 E. Sunset Rd., Suite 105  •  Las Vegas, NV 89120  •  702-785-7654