15 Commercial Real Estate Tips From Billionaire Gerry Harvey

Have you ever heard yourself ask this question: ‘What’s commercial real estate? And have you ever wondered why the names listed in the BRW Rich 200—now known as ‘The Financial Review Rich List’— source 50% of their wealth from investing in property?

If you have—or even if you haven’t—there’s a reason why you were drawn to the title of this article (and why you clicked on it after all). ...You want to know about everything there’s to know about investing in commercial real estate—and you’re curious as to what retail extraordinaire Gerry Harvey got to do with it! (...Because who wouldn’t be?)

In any case, let me just assure you: You’ve come to the right place.
As a property investor and developer myself, I value having the right knowledge in my property journey. And I’m guessing so do you!

So, to help YOU out, I’m going to lay what I know on the table—right here, right now. I’ll share with you the top must-knows in commercial real estate which include:

  • the logical reasons why it’s a GREAT idea to invest in commercial
  • the factors you need to think about before ‘diving commercial’, so to speak
  • the myths we need to take out of your vocabulary (your mindset!)
  • the practical tips that’ll help you get your loan approved and get your properties generate wealth
Yes, it’s going to be a well of commercial real estate knowledge in this article… And you’re here just in time to get the best of the best.
Don’t worry. Everything laid out in this article is going to be clear and to the point—yes, without all the unnecessary razzle dazzle.
As mentioned above, let’s delve into Gerry Harvey’s story—an Australian household name you most probably know.

A Practical Lesson from Billionaire Retailer Gerry Harvey

Gerry Harvey was not always ‘Gerry Harvey’.

I mean Gerry Harvey was not always the successful entrepreneur he is right now. He was once just an ordinary guy like you and me. Before he took that first step toward his eventual achievement of becoming a successful billionaire in Australia’s retail industry, he started from a working class family.

Born in New South Wales, Australia, in 1939, Harvey grew up to be hardworking in his own unique way. He dropped out of university when he was 17 years old, but he knew what he wanted: success. Like you and me, he wanted to achieve success. (And although he didn’t get to be a farmer—which was what he said he initially wanted to be when he was younger—he worked hard to attain success in life.
Yes, he inescapably dove with hard work and sweat and learned the ropes of becoming a successful businessman.
‘You get that air of satisfaction from achievement. It makes you feel good. We are only here for a very short time, and so you're crazy if you don't go out and try to milk it to the greatest extent you can

Gerry Harvey

In fact, he worked as a door-to-door salesman and sold vacuum cleaners and refrigerators in Sydney. And it was in that job where he met Ian Norman. The two became business partners and opened their first store in 1961. And as history unfolded, they became co-founders of the successful retail chain that is known today as Harvey Norman.

And even when he achieved his initial success, he didn’t stop there. 
He pushed on—repeating the satisfying cycle of working hard and educating himself… until he revolutionised and became one of the top retailers across the industry.
In 2019, Forbes ranked him No. 32 in their list of the 50 richest people in Australia. And with a net worth of $1.4 billion as of June 30, 2020, he has surely become a person who has managed to reach success in what he did.

So how does Gerry Harvey fit into the picture of investing in commercial properties? Well, it’s simple really.

One practical lesson we can all learn from Gerry Harvey is to consistently work hard while educating oneself on the way to success.
And that lesson, as you’ll soon find out and even experience yourself, is a crucial key in the route of investing in commercial real estate. In other words, by consistently working hard while doing your part to educate yourself on the ins-and-outs of commercial investing, YOU can attain success in your commercial property journey like Gerry Harvey did in his retail business.

And although Gerry Harvey has primarily made his name in the retail industry, he also owns a $2.93 billion property portfolio as of April 2019! He’s a successful businessman that has invested in multiple commercial properties.

Remember I mentioned his and Ian Norman’s retail empire, Harvey Norman? Well, it’s been calculated that as of April 2019, property investments account for 93% of this retail empire’s net assets.
If Gerry Harvey can invest in commercial real estate while growing his retail business, why can’t you invest in commercial property, too?
Well, you can if you want to.
So, are you ready to do the work?

READ MORE: Real Estate Success: From Residential to Commercial Properties

The Top 15 Must-Knows for Commercial Real Estate

If you’re new to investing in properties let me answer the question you might be thinking of right now: What exactly is a commercial real estate?
To explain, I’ll borrow the words of long-time, successful residential and commercial property investor James Dawson, who has been in the property game for more than 40 years! And he actually divulged a wealth of information when I sat down and interviewed him about his own commercial real estate journey.
He explains it briefly: ‘Essentially, you know, commercial properties [are] anything that is obviously in the right zone to be a commercial property. Anything that a business can be operated in—could be anything from an industrial shed, retail shops, offices, perhaps lifestyle style properties could be classed as commercial—as well as hotels, motels.’
How do commercial properties then fit into your property journey?
Well, as with most things in life, property investment starts with having a clear goal for the future. If you’re investing in commercial real estate, you should never do it unless you know what you’re trying to achieve.
That will determine everything from the type of property to the strategy you’ll go with.

Like in Gerry Harvey’s experience, he had a reason for pursuing what he pursued. From there, he educated himself of what he needed to know to where he needed to go (yes, I made it rhyme).

So in your case, you must determine why you want to start commercial investing and learn more and more from there.
Perhaps you want to invest in commercial real estate for one of the popular reasons people usually do, such as:
  • TO GAIN INCOME: Of course! And to achieve income from investing in commercial properties, you would want to go with a strategy that will maximise your rental returns.  Notably, the average rental yield for commercial properties is higher than residential. Nevertheless, you still have to look at average rental yields and create an estimate of your desired number.
  • FOR PORTFOLIO DIVERSIFICATION: The main goal here is to avoid keeping all of your eggs in one basket, so to speak. 

By investing in a different type of property in another location, you become less exposed to market volatility. (Speaking of risks, you always need to gauge your risk appetite. So you have to be very careful about how much risk to take on.)

PLUS: A downturn in property markets usually doesn’t affect all property types at the same time. When the value of your residential property goes down, your commercial real estate may keep going up.

  • FOR FINANCIAL SECURITY: This type of security comes from the much longer leases you get with commercial compared to residential (which I’ll explain more later).
Still, there are many other reasons why someone would go with commercial property.

The question is: Why are YOU interested in going into commercial real estate?

READ MORE: 40+ Years in the Commercial Property Investment Game

WHY You Need To Invest In Commercial Real Estate

Many investors start with residential property because it’s familiar. But if residential property isn’t your cup of tea, commercial real estate is a good alternative.
‘Primarily, investors in commercial property are focused on retail office and industrial, and...one of the biggest benefits about it compared to say residential is that there’s basically no emotion involved when you’re looking at purchasing a commercial property—because it’s all based on the numbers.’

James Dawson

And there are many benefits to investing in commercial real estate. But you need to find the ones that you’re after the most. In other words, you need to have a vision.

If you have a clear vision of your property’s objective, it’ll be easier for you to make smart decisions.
So, what do you want to accomplish in the long run?
Do you want to achieve stability of income?
Do you want to grow a portfolio of properties for financial freedom?

Well, no matter what it is, considering commercial property might play a big part in bringing your long-term goals to life.

I’ll share with you three great reasons to go commercial.

READ MORE: From Residential To Commercial Real Estate Lease and Sale

Reason #1. You can get longer leases with commercial properties.

Most residential investors can’t rely on long-term tenants since 12-month leases are the standard in residential. (Yes, it’s possible to ask for longer leases, but it’s quite rare to get them).

In contrast, tenants of commercial real estate investors will want to sign at least a 3-year lease. And note that terms can go up to as long as 15 years.

Meet successful expert commercial investor Tam Thorogood.
In Tam’s property journey, she succeeded in building her commercial lease properties portfolio.
She once told me that she preferred purchasing medical and professional buildings since the tenants in these spaces are, more often than not, ‘heavily invested’. She shared: ‘You get a longer lease, which again if you have a nice long lease and you go to the bank and you’re lending, it’s far easier to get your finance for that.’

Reason #2. You minimise your expenses with net leases.

It’s true! In many cases, commercial tenants sign net leases. These are contracts that require the tenant to cover most property outgoings. In some cases, the tenants cover 100% of them.

This scenario means you don’t have to worry about council rates and costly maintenance and repair.

What’s more, since the tenant will use your property as their business premises, they’re likely to keep it in good shape. After all, that is what customers first see—and how their place of business looks directly impacts their brand image. (While, on the other hand, residential tenants might not be as careful.)

READ MORE: How To Buy and Lease Commercial Properties with Tam Thorogood

Reason #3. Affordability

Commercial properties are generally immune to the wild price swings of residential properties. That means they can be much more affordable than you might think.
Of course, if you look at high-end shopping malls or petrol stations at major intersections, you’re going to see mind-boggling numbers. But smaller properties like office spaces are quite affordable and attractive to mum-and-dad investors.
If you do some digging, you can find an affordable commercial property that offers much higher rental yields than residential!

For example, you can actually find and purchase an office space that‘s worth $200,000 which is two hundred grand less than a house that costs $400,000 around the Brisbane CBD area!

READ MORE: How To Buy and Lease Commercial Properties with Tam Thorogood

WHAT You Need to Consider Before Buying Commercial
Real Estate

So now, perhaps you’ve decided to invest in commercial real estate. What’s next?
You’ll have to do quite some research before you make your final decision.

Remember Gerry Harvey? In his considerable experience as a businessman, he needed to educate himself as mentioned earlier. Sure, he didn’t know everything at the beginning. But he certainly made sure he delved into the ins-and-outs of the retail industry as he went along. And that move involved an active decision on his part to go over everything in the industry and learn in the process of building his business.

For your investment to work out, you’ll have to cover all the groundwork as it relates to your chosen strategy. In fact, what I’m going to share with you are important things that determine the potential of your investment.

Here are the main factors you need to consider first before investing in Commercial Real Estate.

Factor #1. Location

There was this story of a prominent commercial investor—let’s call him ‘Ben’—who knew the value of location very well and the value of knowing exactly what to look for.
When Ben got an amazing deal for a property in a location with great job opportunities and economics, he declined it.
Ben declined it because there was a population drop, and he knew that he couldn’t find his target audience there. So, he passed on the deal and looked for a better location with more growth opportunities.
This is the main rule of property investment, be it residential or commercial. When finding the right location, you need to think about the type of business that your commercial real estate caters to.

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Factor #2. Tenant

Since it usually does not make sense to flip a commercial property every time you buy one (due to higher entry costs), you need to consider the type of tenant you lease to. This case is why you need to focus a lot of your efforts on making sure you get the right ones.
You must remember that the type of tenant you find will inevitably decide whether your commercial investment pays off or becomes a cash flow burden.

Sometimes, the property will already come with a business tenant locked into a long-term lease. But if it doesn’t, you need to make sure your property attracts the right prospects.

READ MORE: There’s Big Profit In Real Estate Commercial Property

BONUS: ‘How Can I Find the Right Tenant for My Commercial Real Estate?’

Here’s a bonus section for you.
Okay, so I mentioned the importance of finding the right tenant for your commercial real estate. Unless the property already has a tenant, you’ll have to do a lot of work to find a business worth investing a long-term relationship with.

You must then consider the following to find the best commercial tenant for your property:


The first thing that you need to take into account is the type of business and its industry. That is because some industries are dying in the new economy, and new ones are replacing them.

You wouldn’t want to rent your property out to a business whose industry will get disrupted, right?
For example, you’ll want to avoid traditional manufacturing or retail. Instead, it’s much more desirable to go with health or technology. Of course, there are exceptions. But the point is to always think about the long-term prospect of your tenant’s business.
As much as the business tenant should meet your needs, you need to do the same for them. You must make sure that your property has all the features that business needs.
There was once an investor—let’s call him ‘John’ in this story—who generated great success through investing in a retail plaza.
John’s property site is in a strong corporate neighbourhood—meaning that it made a lot of economic sense to invest.
And when John met his tenant’s business needs, he started generating both healthy cash flow and serious capital growth.
Some of your tenants will need to be close to other businesses in their supply chains. A good example is a relationship between suppliers, manufacturers and wholesalers.

When that is the case, it can be a golden opportunity to build long-term success. You can bring connected tenants together to ensure that they won’t have the need to move elsewhere. (Makes sense, right?)

Factor #3. Economic Developments

It’s important to note that commercial real estate is quite vulnerable to economic changes. If you don’t take economic developments into account before investing, you might end up losing money.

It’s important to look at the whole picture rather than any individual economic indicator.
From technology to consumer spending, you need to make sure your property is in a growing local economy. Otherwise, your tenant might close up shop, especially if it’s not an established business. (Like I touched on earlier, finding another tenant in a weak economy might be very hard.)

BONUS: ‘What Are the Elements that Drive Demand for Commercial Properties?’

Here’s another bonus insight I want to share with you.
Supply and demand are always among the first things you need to look into before investing in any kind of property. However, this case is especially important when you’re going commercial.
Even though some factors that drive the demand for residential property apply here as well, there are many more that you need to consider.

So, what exactly determines the demand for commercial property? Here are three of the most important elements:

Population growth is always a good sign when it comes to property investment.
Investors in residential property seek areas where people will soon need a new place to live. On the commercial side of things, you need to focus on the services that will benefit the area.

As the population grows, so does the demand for banks, coffee shops, shopping centres, and many other institutions and places. This scenario is a golden opportunity for those who position themselves well in the commercial market. (So, you’ve got to look at that.)

Large infrastructure projects can signal a big increase in demand for commercial real estate.
A great example is the M7 development in Sydney. As the project went on, the demands for warehouses in the M7 precinct grew.

An aerial view of the Westlink M7 in Sydney, Australia

And not to mention that new infrastructure projects can boost an area’s economy and job market! As more people look for business premises, investors will have more tenants to compete for their properties.

READ MORE: How To Buy The Best Commercial Real Estate in Sydney

Aside from growth, you need to familiarise yourself with the demographic factors of your target audience.
For example, the demand for medical facilities grows with aging baby boomers. What’s more, government expenditure on health facilities and services is likely to account for around 25% of total Commonwealth spend.

You need to pay close attention to the way that demographics affect the needs for different facilities. This way, you can stay ahead of the competition and be among the first to satisfy the rising demand.

READ MORE: Get $51 Million Dollar Deal by Adding Property Value in Australia

WHAT Are the Debunked Commercial Real Estate Myths?

Now, let’s remove any of the untrue myths from your vocabulary and throw them out the window. (It is right to assume that Gerry Harvey undoubtedly did the same thing in his journey to success… because after all, mindset is key in any successful venture—like investing in commercial real estate)

Let’s dive right in then.
It’s true. There are more than a few misconceptions about the commercial real estate market. And they may discourage investors who believe that it’s just too hard to get in the game.
However, while investing in commercial property is anything but easy, it’s not as hard as some make it out to be.
Let’s debunk some of the most popular misconceptions about commercial real estate.

Myth #1. It’s too time-consuming!

The only time-consuming part about investing in commercial real estate is the beginning. If you play your cards right, you won’t have to devote too much of your time and energy into it in the long run.
Unlike residential property, commercial tenants take care of pretty much everything themselves.
Like what I’ve been pointing out early on: From paying the outgoings to maintaining the property, tenants assume the majority of responsibilities. If you negotiate the right deal with a quality tenant, there’s very little for you to do except to collect rents that result in higher yields than most residential properties.

And that’s a win-win situation—like investing in commercial real estate)for you and your tenant!

Myth #2. It’s too risky!

Don’t get me wrong. Yes, all investments carry a certain degree of risk. As a general rule, the greater the risk, the bigger the reward. But just because commercial real estate costs more on average than residential, it doesn’t mean it’s necessarily riskier.

With the right strategy, you can mitigate the risk and shield your property from outside volatility. The key here isn’t to eliminate all risks, which isn’t possible.

The great thing about commercial property is that it provides greater cash flow and can help you build a buffer for uncertain times.
You only need to find a balance between risk and profit that works for you.

Myth #3. There’s something wrong with a property that’s on sale.

This one is a whopper.
As soon as people see a good deal, they can’t help but think that it might be too good to be true. While that may be the case sometimes, there are all kinds of reasons why someone might decide to price a commercial property to sell quickly.

Here are some possible reasons why a commercial property is on sale:

  • The owner wants to cash up and move onto something else.
  • It’s a ‘buy, renovate and flip’ type of commercial project.
  • The seller may be moving out of the county or state.
  • The seller wants to get it off his hands due to personal circumstances—period.
But how do you verify if the sale is legit and not a scheme? Well, again, doing your research and due diligence on the property is the key.

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Tips on How to Generate Wealth
Through Your Commercial Real Estate

Now that you already have an idea of what it takes to start investing in commercial real estate, how do you make sure you actually generate wealth?
‘So, you know, there’s this huge opportunity for manufactured growth in commercial. I mean it’s similar to the idea of someone [who is] putting a granny flat or something on the back of a residential property. It’s like that on steroids.’

James Dawson

Well, I’ll get right on it—I’m sure you’re itching to read about the juicy details in this part of the article.

So, here are some practical tips for making sure that your investment in your commercial real estate pays off.

Tip #1. Be diligent from the get-go.

The first few moves you make as a property investor are also the most important. To generate long-term wealth, you need to build a strong foundation.
  • Scrutinise every detail when it comes to market research. 
  • Leave no stones unturned and educate yourself on the property you invested in.
  • Pay special attention to the industry or sector of your desired business tenant. (Unless you go with a property that has an existing tenant, this step will be one of the most important tasks you’ll have to get right.)
commercial lease properties
‘I thought if I’m going to invest in commercial property, I need to know how it works.’

Tam Thorogood

Tam certainly built a strong foundation when she went into commercial investing. In fact, she went as far as becoming a commercial real estate agent. (Talk about passion!)
So, be diligent and you’ll see your hard work pay off in the end.

READ MORE: Expert Guide on Calculating Depreciation on Investment Property

Tip #2. Be flexible.

While you should have an avatar of your ideal tenant, you don’t want to set it in stone.
Don’t focus all your efforts on the one perfect tenant without looking at the bigger picture.
I remember a story of one investor who focused too heavily on the office industry. Let’s call him ‘Jim’. When one of Jim’s tenants lost their business and had to move, his ROI faced a great risk. If it weren’t for the help of a team of experts, his property would’ve taken a huge hit.

So, to resolve the issue, Jim changed the type of tenant he signed with and actually achieved a better outcome!

Well, Jim ventured into taking on a new tenant that wasn’t specifically part of the office industry.
Notably, the old tenant made the property as an office for a wind energy supplier. And the new tenant—who was part of the health industry—owned a franchise of a health practice centre and wanted to expand the business.
So, this new tenant maintained the rooms from the office and turned it into a medical practice centre with a waiting room. In other words, they still kept the shell of the old tenant’s office and rebranded the front signage.

It was a win-win situation for Jim and his new tenant!

Yes, we can all learn from Jim’s step in taking on a different type of tenant and follow his example.
Remembering to be flexible along the way can help you avoid mistakes and unnecessary stress—which is good for your finances and your health!

Tip #3. Have the right lease structure.

Okay, this one’s particularly important.
Many landlords try to make a deal that mainly serves their own needs. That can hurt your long-term relationship with tenants and do more harm than good. What you need to do instead is negotiate a win-win deal.

  • Think about the lease length that will ensure stability for the commercial tenant while still giving you a chance to jump on better opportunities further down the road.
  • Also, figure out the methods and frequency of rent review, as well as an operating cost responsibility that benefits both sides (such as who pays electricity, water or council rates?).
Of course, the above won’t always guarantee success. But it serves as general guidelines to follow if you want to get serious about commercial real estate.
And that would be beneficial for you in the end.

Tips on How to Get Your Commercial Real Estate Loan Approved

All right! Now, let’s look at the very useful advice I’ve gotten on how to get your commercial real estate loan approved.

Don’t be afraid. This part may look overwhelming, but it’s actually not. When I talked with James Dawson, he actually pointed out a fact about commercial property loans.
When I talked with James Dawson, he actually pointed out a fact about commercial property loans.
He said: ‘If you talk to a good commercial broker, or your bank manager, you’ll find out quite quickly that commercial loans are sort of unrestricted as compared to residential. And the banks can do a lot more creative things with commercial loans than they can do with a normal residential investment loan.’
Now, it’s true that most property investors can’t buy a property outright. (This case goes for both residential and commercial real estate.)
More often than not, you’ll have to put in quite some work to get the loan you need.

Banks are tightening their lending criteria, so you need to make sure to check all the boxes that show you’re a reliable borrower.

Here are some tips for making this happen.

Tip #1. Have a Tenancy Schedule

Since it’s not something that banks require, many investors overlook this aspect of their application. But that’s a big mistake since it can do wonders for your chances of getting a loan. Your tenancy schedule should contain:
  • Section of property occupied
  • Tenant’s name and nature of business
  • Rental amount
  • Lease expiry date
These are only some of the main things you need to cover to show the bank that you’ll be able to repay the loan.

It’s important to get into as many details as possible to prove that you’re a trustworthy borrower

Tip #2. Have a Clear Strategy

As we all are aware, no lender will trust you with their money if you’re not able to prove that you’ll use it well.
That is why when you apply for a loan, make sure to have a clear strategy laid out that will show exactly what kind of potential it has.
There was this story of how an investor managed to secure a mortgage to buy the freehold attached to a former railway sidings yard by applying this tip. Let’s call this investor, ‘Mark’.
Mark already had an offer from the lender but wanted to see if he’d be able to negotiate better terms.
To make the long story short, thanks to a strong business plan, the lender gave Mark the money that he needed to buy a 7-acre plot of land with better contract terms!

So, it’s really crucial to have a clear strategy in the short and the long run.

READ MORE: Building your Commercial Property into High Investment Yields

Tip #3. Have the Upper Hand

Most investors get a quote and try to bring it down.
Why not take a different approach?
Tell your lender the interest rate and fees that you’re comfortable with. Negotiate with them to meet in between. As surprising as this tip may sound, many of the lenders out there may try to meet your demands.

You can save a good amount of money over the life of the loan, so try to set your terms rather than complying with theirs.

Having the upper hand in getting your commercial loan approved is a big advantage for your finances.

READ MORE: How to Get A Return On Equity From A $20M Real Estate Portfolio

  • find the right, quality business tenants for your commercial real estate
  • learn the intricacies of the commercial property along the road
  • navigate the ins-and-outs of securing a loan

You can save a good amount of money over the life of the loan, so try to set your terms rather than complying with theirs.

Having the upper hand in getting your commercial loan approved is a big advantage for your finances.

READ MORE: How to Get A Return On Equity From A $20M Real Estate Portfolio

YES, You Can Invest In Commercial Real Estate!

I applaud you for wanting to take action or challenge yourself more in your property journey by going the commercial real estate route.
You never know, but you may be on your way to becoming like Gerry Harvey in property—successful and still going strong even after how many years!
If you need help with getting started in investing in commercial properties, you can count on us. We at Property Investory are here for you!
‘It really is about taking the emotion out. And when you’re in having some, say, a problem with a deal...just probably step back a bit and really try and seek out the knowledge.’

James Dawson

We can recommend experts who can advise and help you with buying commercial property.
They will equip you with the right knowledge and expert advice about everything you need to get started and succeed in commercial real estate investing.

In fact, here’s a rundown of what commercial real estate experts can do for you. They can help you:

  • find the right, quality business tenants for your commercial real estate
  • learn the intricacies of the commercial property along the road
  • navigate the ins-and-outs of securing a loan
[Contact us / click on the link below] to learn about the commercial real estate investment experts we can connect you with and who will put you in the driver seat of your property journey.

We can recommend a Commercial Property Expert to aid you along your property journey and who will:


1. What is a commercial real estate or commercial property?
To explain, I’ll borrow the words of long-time, successful residential and commercial property investor James Dawson, who has been in the property game for more than 40 years!
He explains it briefly: ‘Essentially, commercial properties [are] anything that is in the right zone to be a commercial property. But anything that a business can be operated in—could be anything from an industrial shed, retail shops, offices, hotels, and motels.’
2. Why should I invest in commercial properties?
That is a great question. The article above lists the nitty-gritty on the reasons why it’s smart to invest in commercial properties. But to answer your question, the three main reasons are as follows:
(1) You can get longer leases with commercial properties.
(2) You can minimise your expenses with net leases.
(3) Commercial properties are affordable because they’re generally immune to the wild price swings of residential properties.
3. What are the three factors I need to consider before buying commercial real estate?
There are three main factors you should consider first before investing in commercial property—location, tenants and economic developments.
4. Can anyone invest in commercial real estate?
Yes, potentially anyone with the right mindset, grit and passion for education and hard work relevant to his or her property journey can invest in commercial property.
5. How do I start investing in commercial real estate?
If you need help with getting started in investing in commercial properties, you can count on us. We at Property Investory are here for you!

We can recommend a Commercial Property Expert to aid you along your property journey and who will:

  • equip you with the knowledge and expert advice about everything you need to get started and succeed in commercial real estate investing
  • assist you in finding the right, quality business tenants for your commercial property
  • help you to learn the intricacies of the commercial property along the road
  • guide you in navigating the ins-and-outs of securing a loan

Contact us or click on this link to learn about the commercial real estate investment experts we can connect you with and who will put you in the driver seat of your property journey.

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