Commercial real estate investing can be a very profitable endeavor, but if you’re trying to break into this industry and don’t know how to start, here are just a few basics to help get you started:
What is commercial real estate? Commercial property is basically anything that isn’t residential property — i.e., business offices, retail stores, schools, medical facilities, etc. Sometimes even apartments and condos can be considered commercial, depending on the company that owns the buildings and if they’re used for other things as well. Commercial property doesn’t actually have to have a building or business physically on it either; plots of land that are up for lease
Independent pharmacies seem to have it rough these days. They’ve been around for so long, and they’ve been loyal to their own small communities, even when a few national pharmacy chains (which shall not be named, just out of spite) popped up and unfairly stole a few customers who swore they would remain loyal too. Now there are these “online pharmacy” monsters (which seem doomed from the start, to be honest) and hundreds of urgent care centers that seem like a doctor’s office/ hospital hybrid, except that some also dispense prescriptions.
If ever there was a time requiring independent pharmacies to beef up their services, that time is right now.
- Organize inventory. The key to mastering the inventory of a store is to predict what customers want before<
With college tuition on the rise (and reaching scary new record-highs every year), many college students are finding it more difficult than ever to pick a subject to major in. Which major is interesting, but also useful? Which industry has opportunities now, and will still have jobs available decades from now?
There’s no way to know for sure which industries will be the most successful, but there are some industries that tend to offer stable job positions year after year. The financial industry happens to be one of those, and the sheer number of corporate finance careers that have remained stable over the years has caused many college students to pursue a degree in corporate finance or accounting.
Interestingly enough, people often assume that an interest in corporate finance will necessarily