Industrial Property News: Rental Growth Strongest since the GFC, March & April 2017

Now Is The Time To Buy Your First Factory

New studies show industrial real estate has experienced the biggest increase in capital growth these past 18 months since late 2006 (pre Global Financial Crisis).

Continuing rent price increases are expected as old lease contracts expire and new lease agreements reflect the higher value of industrial property.

Purchase demand will eventually wane as prices increase to the point where smaller owner-occupiers reject the increasing cost to own their own premises or simply cannot locate suitable property or obtain financing. These businesses will seek to rent thus increasing rental demand and driving rents even higher – good news for investors.

If you seek solid cash flow for the future or for retirement now is the time to buy. I will show how you can structure your investment and asset management with no on going costs.

About the Author

Lillie Cawthorn has been investing in industrial real estate (small factories and warehouses) in Sydney for the past 15 years and also has real estate investment interests in France and the United States. She initially invested in residential real estate across four countries, where she built and renovated homes for lease. Lillie is the best selling author of The Money Factory – How Any Woman Can Make An Extra $30,000 To $100,000 Passive Income.

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