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The Process of Becoming a Real Estate Investor and Always Staying Motivated

I am excited about the transformation of retail.  It is not dying, but it is transforming. 

Golf fanatics, the everyday enthusiasts who happily throw on their playing garb and have little trouble finding a reason, or excuse, to step onto the hallowed greens, will need to come to grips with a new image that depicts their game.

Mental resilience is crucial to an athlete’s performance, perhaps more than their physical prowess, whether they are consistently competing at a professional level, preparing for their first marathon or attempting to improve their exercise intensity.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic alienated people gravely with social distancing, quarantine, and the general closure of most business establishments, in many ways, it also united the human race.

Many people have thought about the advantages of investing in real estate. Even though the world economy is presently on shaky ground, this may be an excellent time to invest. Negative externalities, such as a global pandemic typically cause market dislocations that can create attractive investment opportunities in distressed real estate assets.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic alienated people gravely with social distancing, quarantine, and the general closure of most business establishments, in many ways, it also united the human race.

“To start with, I love design and architecture and enjoy envisioning and creating spaces that are both functional and elegant. In addition, real estate is something tangible, and the industry is structured, stable, and built on solid, proven fundamentals. Unlike some industries that overheat and then crash, the real estate industry drives nearly half of the GDP in the country…”

The massive economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has affected US commercial real estate (CRE) in ways that were previously unfathomable. From the spring of 2020 through mid-winter, the real estate markets were in a state of constant flux, throwing the entire industry into uncertainty and confusion.

With only a few days left before the transfer of executive power from the Trump administration to the Biden administration, the fates of many current tax laws and government policies regarding real estate are far from certain.

Of all the sectors of the economy negatively affected by the outbreak of COVID-19, the commercial real estate industry may be among the hardest hit. Preliminary numbers indicate a cascading set of consequences directly linked to the rampant spread of the virus across the United States, and nearly all of them are damaging. 

With the refusal of the US Supreme Court to hear a case on behalf of the state of Texas to address claims of election fraud in other states, the 2020 general election is now wrapped up and in the books. Come January 20th, 2021, Joe Biden will be the next President of the United States and various financial markets have greeted the news with cautious optimism.

With everyone working from home due to the ongoing pandemic, home offices are becoming the norm. However, according to real estate professional and Greenwich, Connecticut, native Jonathan Weiss, a home office is a space that should be carefully constructed in order to maximize productivity. He provides his top five tips for improving your home office.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a whole new set of rules and restrictions, one of the most important of which is social distancing. Individuals and businesses alike have had to adjust to this new reality, whereby being in close contact with anyone from outside your household is considered risky. 

COVID-19 has impacted nearly every part of the economy and that includes real estate. However, the pandemic hasn’t affected every sector of the real estate market evenly. While certain types of properties are depreciating, others are more in demand than ever before. This can make it an especially confusing time for real estate investors.

When you want to make or sell a real estate investment, it is a good idea to look for a qualified real estate professional. Without professional help, you may not be able to take advantage of all of the potential opportunities available to you.

The commercial real estate market has experienced both record breaking highs and unexpected lows in 2021. The Covid pandemic negatively affected a wide swath of the industry, especially in relation to supply shortages, but recovery is in progress.

Today, the United States economy is gradually rebounding from the effects of the covid pandemic. Various economic indicators show that a recovery is in progress, and life is beginning to return to normal across the country as well.

When you want to make or sell a real estate investment, it is a good idea to look for a qualified real estate professional. Without professional help, you may not be able to take advantage of all of the potential opportunities available to you.

Contact Jonathan Today.