The skies over Missouri may soon be filled with small flying robots called drones. If the predictions of technology experts are to be relied upon, then the usage of hovering robotic drones is about to multiply beyond measure. Drones may soon be delivering items to the home, mapping construction sites and performing any number of other useful tasks. This expansion of activity has already brought with it legal issues as one user's choices could infringe upon other parties.
While purchasing or leasing any type of real estate involves risks, buying commercial real estate requires additional attention. One important factor affecting Missouri commercial real estate purchases is the fluctuating market. Although a commercial property could have a high value one year, it may plummet in price another year because the location may no longer be desirable.
Interval funds have become increasingly popular in recent years largely because they allow individual investors access to highly-rated and much-coveted real estate credit and equity investments. Private real estate equity and private and commercial real estate debt offer secure and healthy returns, but investors in Missouri and around the country should consider their liquidity requirements carefully before using interval funds to gain entry to these markets.
Missouri commercial real estate developers may wonder if the growth in the market will continue. While experts predict that it will likely not be as rapid as it has been, it shows signs of being sustainable over the long term. One factor driving this growth is an increase in jobs, and this means low vacancy, higher rents and higher purchasing prices.