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Off Market RV Parks

CXRE knows the Texas RV park industry. Our team has contacts with owners and investors all around the U.S. who buy and sell RV Parks in Texas. Our team of professionals specializes in the acquisition and disposition of RV parks throughout all Texas markets. If you are an RV park owner and are interested in getting a price opinion on your property, please contact us. Conversely, if you are an active buyer, please reach out to us about our current deals and upcoming deals that we’re sourcing. Current Listings: Chambers County – $5,300,000 No. of sites – 118 RV hookups and 13 cabins Land size – 10 acres Montgomery County – $4,700,000 No. of sites – 50 RV hookups and 21 Mobile Home sites Land size – 9 acres Harris County – Price Undisclosed No. of sites – 72 RV hookups Land size – 5 acres Fort Bend County – Price Undisclosed No. of sites […]

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Is Commercial Real Estate Moving to the Suburbs?

For decades, large American cities have enjoyed unparalleled population growth and economic stability. Commercial real estate properties located downtown were profitable, while those in the surrounding suburbs were less profitable. However, we began seeing commercial real estate shift its focus to the suburbs in the last few years. The pandemic has only expedited that process. As the world continues to adjust to a new normal, is commercial real estate moving to the suburbs? The History of Thriving Downtown Business America began as a predominantly rural nation. However, as industry became more commonplace at the end of the 19th century, more and more Americans moved towards thriving downtown areas. New technology allowed skyscrapers to don the landscape of major cities like New York, San Francisco, and Chicago. In the 20th century, these downtown areas only continued to grow. However, in the 1950s, as automobiles became more commonplace in the American family, people began moving away from […]

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Commercial Real Estate Investing: Alternative Investments

When it comes to commercial real estate investing, most investors think only about the four main asset types: multifamily, office, retail, and industrial. However, there are many other options, known as alternative real estate properties, that investors too often overlook. These alternative investments offer many of the same return opportunities as their traditional counterparts, but often face less competition. If you’re interested in diversifying your commercial real estate portfolio, consider adding alternative investments. Here, we are exploring these alternative properties, giving you a comprehensive look at several options. In addition, you’ll see how to invest in each of these properties and learn how our services can protect these investments.  What Are Alternative Properties?  Historically, commercial real estate investing has been a solid wealth-building strategy. Even as the economy grew and contracted, CRE has remained a relatively steady performer over the decades.  When you think about commercial real estate investing, what comes to mind? Undoubtedly, it’s […]

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How Off-Campus Housing Performs Amid COVID-19 and Beyond

As students head back to their fall semesters at colleges and universities across the country, investors are eyeing off-campus housing as potentially lucrative assets. Over the past 20 years, student housing developments have increased in both popularity and profitability. Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, student housing remains a fairly consistent source of steady income for investors. The asset class has proven its stability through economic downturns, and many believe this pandemic will be no different. While some locations are seeing moderate upticks in vacancy rates, most off-campus housing complexes are taking minimal hits – and some are actually seeing increased occupancy. As college dorms close or reduce their density, students are turning to off-campus options instead. Here, we are looking at student housing options, ways to invest in this asset class, and how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted student housing across the U.S. Student Housing and Commercial Real Estate Investments For investors looking to diversify […]

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Property Manager vs. Facilities Manager

Property Manager and Facilities Managers: Which Do You Need? What’s the difference between a property manager and a facilities management team? Which do you need for your commercial property or properties? Most importantly, what makes a good property manager or facilities manager? Here, we are focusing on property and facilities managers, how they’re similar and different, and how you can find the best managers for your commercial real estate assets. What are Property and Facility Managers? In order to choose the best services for your building, you need to understand the functions and responsibilities of both facilities managers and property managers. To understand these functions, we must first examine whom the manager serves. Despite similar titles, Property Managers and Facility Managers actually have different roles and oversee different types of commercial real estate space.  Property Managers First and foremost, property managers work for the property owner or investors. While they are responsible for overseeing the safety and […]

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