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Sharing commercial real estate may help individuals start small

At some point in their lives, many California residents want to explore different avenues of earning their income. Some parties may enjoy their current career paths but may also want to earn extra money in a more passive way. Investing in commercial real estate can act as a lucrative option for this type of scenario, but there are many avenues in this industry to consider.

For someone just getting started in this type of investing, it may seem difficult to find the right property. Fortunately, individuals can explore different ways of starting small. For instance, parties may want to consider co-investing rather than trying to go at it alone. Each person involved would own a share of the property and divide the profits. Each person would also have a responsibility in attending to the property and the needs of the tenants.

For those who would like their investment to act even more passively, they may want to consider a real estate investment trust. This option would allow individuals to obtain a share of certain property that is owned and managed by a specific company. When the property makes a profit, investors in the trust would receive a portion without having much responsibility in the property operations.

Though there are options that could suit the desires of any California resident looking to invest in commercial real estate, some risk is expected. In order to ensure that a specific investment is a solid one, individuals may want to consult with real estate attorneys. These legal professionals can provide assistance by making sure real estate deals meet certain laws and are legitimate overall.

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