A hard asset is a type of asset with underlying intrinsic value that can be used to produce or purchase other goods or services. Hard assets typically include commodities such as oil, natural gas, gold, silver, and diamonds, as well as other tangible assets such as farmland and commercial real estate.
Also called “brick and mortar expenses,” hard costs are any costs involved in the physical construction of a project. Included in hard costs are
A type of asset-based loan financing through which a borrower receives funds secured by real property. Hard money loans are typically issued by
A health ration, also known as an occupancy cost ratio, it the relationship between a retailer’s sales and total occupancy costs.
Properties held for investment purposes can be any property or asset that are acquired and held for income production (rental or leasing activities) or
Membership fees that must be paid by an owner of property within a homeowner association’s jurisdiction. HOA fees are collected to pay for maintenance and improvements of properties owned by the association, including common areas or necessary features such as roofing or elevators. HOA fees are very common in condominium developments, but can exist in neighborhoods of single family homes.
The real or expected period of time which an investment is attributable to a particular investor.
Refers to the legal structure in which title to real property is owned. In the sale of real property, the title must be transferred from the seller to the buyer
Homeowners Association is an organization within a living community that creates and enforces a set of rules for the properties within its jurisdiction. Residents that own property within an HOA’s area of authority automatically become members and are subject to HOA fees. Property types that are often apart of associations include subdivisions, planned communities, or condominiums.