In this week’s EdZone, Ed Kaminsky interviews investment expert Chris James who has had some massive gains in real estate investing. Chris has found great success in the South Bay real estate market with investments in commercial real estate and residential homes. By integrating more verticals, such as luxury homes and commercial properties, into liquid investment portfolios Chris has turned profits of up to 20% for his clients.
Ed Kaminsky and Chris James came to meet through a rather bold real estate acquisition at auction. Chris purchased a commercial real estate property totaling around 320,000sqft with dismal occupancy rates. Kaminsky was a tenant of the building while waiting for construction of his recent commercial space to complete, the future home of SportStar Relocation and Kaminksy Real Estate Group. Ed was in awe of what Chris James’ company paid for the building. As Chris will tell you, this asset was the perfect storm for a real estate investment acquisition in the thriving Manhattan Beach real estate market.
What many thought was a crazy purchase turned out to be a massively lucrative investment. If you are considering purchasing a real investment property fill out the submission form below to have one of real estate advisors contact you. Our experts are versed in commercial and residential investment properties all over the nation. Whether looking to acquire a property of sell one and get a tax deferment we can help advise on the transaction.
Also, in this podcast Chris dives into luxury homes, where massive returns on your capital can be realized. With a focus on strong coastal markets that hold value the company has been finding older and unfinished houses for remodeling and flipping, view Palos Verdes Home Values to see some of the prices Chris and his company are achieving. Chris has recently entrusted Ed & Kaminksy Real Estate group to put a Manhattan Beach home for sale, a funky Santa Fe style home that didn’t fit in the Manhattan Beach real estate market. The construction and marketing of preliminary design plans has lead to offers before the home has even hit the market, let alone start construction. Please be sure to follow the EdZone to get updates on more Real Estate advice and News.