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Flexibility: Crucial for real estate investing

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In this video segment, experts from Bailard, Newport Capital Partners and RSM discuss when investing in changing neighborhoods—especially in rising U.S. cities to which young people are flocking—it is important to invest in “flexible” real estate, meaning real estate that can be repositioned for changing tastes and uses. These real estate investment professionals discuss the focus they put on flexible real estate when considering investments. They also discuss their deal killers, notably low ceilings.


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