Commercial Property Finance
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Commercial investing is different to residential investing. Commercial properties are generally warehouses, retail shops, factories or car parks and are deemed a higher risk; in which case the rental return is generally greater.
A key attribute to commercial property leasing is that the lessee pays the property maintenance and rates in addition to the rent. Although there are many attractive features of a commercial investment property, getting into this kind of investment generally requires the borrower to have a larger deposit, roughly around 30%, or equity in their current property based on individual merit. The same guidelines are required if the property is to be owner occupied. Affordability should be discussed with your accountant.
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