Commercial Property Education

Discussion in 'Commercial Property' started by JIT, 1st Dec, 2006.

  1. sailor

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  2. JIT

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    I think it probably went through, but it may asking for another person's details now :D...but I'm not sure?
     
  3. HOUSE5

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    Hi Chris,

    Don't know if you remember me. Paul from Brisbane. I purchased the Industrial Property late 2006.
    I'm sure you haven't forgotten about that one.

    I'm back in the market again.

    I too am interested in this video.
    Is it just the one video?
     
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    Just checking to see if the commercial video/DVD is up yet. Anyone care to update.
     
  5. Chris Lang

    Chris Lang Property Negotiator

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    The upcoming "Warning" video

    My apologies for not having the Warning video (about the real danger spots around Australia) up for you yet. But I just needed to wait for some important stats to become available.

    They're now out -- so I'll be summarising them into a short table; and also putting together some easy-to-understand charts, to help you map out your Investment strategy. This should all be finalised over the weekend -- ready for you to view at on Monday morning.

    Meanwhile, if there is anyone who hasn't yet said they would like to view this revealing video ... simply leave your details, and I'll give you a direct link to it on Monday.

    Talk to you again soon ... Chris Lang
     
  6. Chris Lang

    Chris Lang Property Negotiator

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    Annual Commercial Property Workshop

    Happy New Year everyone ...

    Just back from the Christmas break, and I have now fixed the
    date for this year's full-day Workshop in Melbourne -- being
    Saturday 21 March.

    With what's been going on over the past 12 months, there are
    more and more good opportunities starting to emerge.

    Therefore, it's now even more important to have the necessary
    skills -- so you can make sure you pick out the best deals
    available, AND gain the upper hand.

    And that where my 9-Step Investment Formula will come in handy.

    Anyway, let's know if you'd like some more details -- which should
    be available shortly.

    All the best ... Chris Lang
     
  7. mortgageman

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    Thanks Chris,

    Please do post the details. My clients who attended the workshop last year got a lot out of it and I will be recommending it again to any of my clients interested in furthering their knowledge of commercial property investment.

    Regards,

    Cameron Perry
    Perry Financial Strategies
     
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  8. Chris Lang

    Chris Lang Property Negotiator

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    Commercail Property Workshop

    Cameron

    Glad to hear your clients found my 9-Step Investment Formula
    worthwhile -- because I guess it covers everything I've leant
    that works, over the past 40 years.

    Anyway, I let you have more details on the upcoming Workshop
    shortly.

    All the best ... Chris
     
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    Care to reply & partecipate rather than spam?

    Maybe reply to this one?

    I'm a fan of books and an avid reader, but there is really one main answer:
    Get out and talk to poeple who have done it.
    Ask questions and listen. Get in your car and write it all down.
    Start by finding out if any relatives have, or friends's relos have invested in CIP.
    Then approach cautiously, and not when there's others around.
    Maybe suggest your looking at CIP and ask for an opinion.
    I'd brush anyone off if they asked me about investing around a group of people.
     
  11. grossreal

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    hi alaska
    are you here or the uk
    investing in comm is very different for the two places
    and they both have very different types of comm
    interesting piston
    why would you brush them off
    comm is just investing
    if someone was talking to you about resi would you brush them off
    there is very little difference between the two
    except the numbers and they way you invest is different
    but so is any investing
    if people talk to me about shares I listen does not mean you have to invest.
    at the end of the day you need to get the info first then decide if its what you want to invest in
    and not everyone wants to invest in the same thing
    thats why we have things like groups that invest
    as you maywell have different markets or areas you wish to invest in
    thats why you have share trading
    but if you never listen you will just never know
    that person thats having a chat maywell be getting involved in the seed capital of the next apple corp
    or could be buying a comm building at 45% of val
    I will give you an example and it was on here a bit of time ago and has sold
    the val was 12mil 12 months ago
    then they dropped it to 7 mil prior to auction
    the highest bid was 4.45mil at auction
    it sold for 5.7mil
    a group that was put together of comm buyers got to 5.5 mil and could not get to the 5.7mil mark and the group lost the deal to another group
    the net returns had gone up from 750 net to 950k net
    thats a 16.6%net return and yes has sold.
    now you would love to be in the other group when the returns come your way
    but you have to get in at the start
    camerons guys would love to have been involved in that deal but its not on a dvd its in the market
    for those that say I would have loved to get into that deal
    well it was posted some time ago and sold two weeks ago
    and its not in outback tassie its cbd sydney.
    the trading figures where 5 years and backed by receiver trading figures and was under performing
    the wages were 500k for 11 parttimers 45k per part time staff and only operated 6 days so there was a huge upside.
    could you buy this one your own
    maybe you could but would you.
    is this the only deal on the tables at the moment
    no
    is this a rare deal
    no its the norm
    I don't wish to sound hard
    but
    Originally Posted by Dazz
    Hi Cameron,
    Did it motivate you enough to go out and buy a CIP afterwards ??
    the answer for me would be no
    why because alot of people are scared of comm.

    the deals are there
    you have to do one thing
    do the deal.
     
  12. Telejazzer

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    Glad I found this thread.

    I will be using this thread as reference for the future and reviving/bumping it.

    Any updates on the conversations made. I am looking forward to any commercial property events (Chris Lang) and hopefully able to go.
     
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    smells like scam/spam - reported
     
  14. jasonp3

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    How do i buy chris lang dvds, find details of his courses, register for his website.

    Please can someone tell me

    how i can easily find chris langs website
    register for access to his website
    enrol in his course
    buy his cds

    i've tried and tried and am having alot of trouble .
    one website had him giving a long talk before being allowed to do anything else and i'm not sure now what that was but wouldnt mind seeing that one again

    many links are outdated

    other websites said that one didnt have authority to enter but didnt show how to register to that site

    i'd like some assistance pls

    Thanks you.
     
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    What yield commercial property buyers are aiming for?

    Sorry guys, I was trying to search the forum before posting my question but it isn't coming up with any result.

    What I'm interested in is what yield makes a commercial property a good buy? I see some listed for 5, 5.5 or 6%. At what rate does the property "walk out the door"? Thanks for taking the time to respond.

    Kind regards,

    Mimoza
     
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    Mimoza - commercial lending costs are higher than residential mortgage rates, say resi is 6%, commercial would be say 8-9%. So a great buy would be something like a yield / cap rate of 9.5-10%++ this is very generally speaking and obviously the market varies in different capital cities, I am speaking from a Brisbane point of view.
     
  18. James m Dawson

    James m Dawson Commercial Investor

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    commercial yield rates

    I always look for a min of 9% net , can get higher than this in regional areas. Make sure that you check that the rent the place is getting is the right rent , not too high especially. No point buying an investment at say 10% only to find that the rent is way to high and the tenant is going broke. Also dont forget potential upsides that may be hidden in the property.
    james

    my commercial property course will be released in the next week or so , Ive been a commercial investor since the early1980,s I dont sell property , just what i know.
     
  19. JIT

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    Hi James, please post details about the course for our benefit.
    Thanks.
     
  20. redwing

    redwing Progress Not Perfection

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    Stooge: Commedian, or am I off base?

    Was it the real Chris Lang initially posting or not before deletions?

    Jit

    Thanks for starting this thread

    James M Dawson

    Look forward to your contributions