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The Due Diligence Process Plan Handbook for Commercial Real Estate Investments Paperback – September 18, 2012
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About the Author
Brian Hennessey has been in the commercial real estate industry for 30 years as: a commercial broker; a Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Dispositions and ran his own real estate syndication/asset management company. He has represented a number of Fortune 500 Tenants including Bank of America, The Walt Disney Company, DuPont and Baxter Healthcare. With over 9 million square feet of sale transactions; some of which were with some of the largest Owner/Landlords in the country, a wealth of experience was accumulated. The Due Diligence Process Plan Handbook for Commercial Real Estate Investments was written originally as a personal reference tool/checklist because of the many facets and volume of information that is needed to be remembered for each transaction. Since each transaction is unique, there are many lessons that were learned, that were added over time, so that similar mistakes and lessons, some of which were expensive, embarrassing and humiliatingly "gut wrenching", did not have to be re-learned. It is a proven system that makes the entire buying process easier and is useful in any commercial real estate investment purchase, from the smallest to the largest. Investors at all different levels have found it to be an invaluable tool.
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leave anything out. He is very knowledgeable & I would highly
recommend this book.
As a complete novice, I enjoyed the book and though the material itself was dense (which was to be expected) I thought it gave a really comprehensive "starting point" for investigating any commercial property. It was full of useful information and tips distilled from 30 years of experience, some aspects of which would have never crossed my mind that Hennessey brings your attention to. I'm sure the amount of stress & embarrassment, not to mention potential litigation, that could potentially be avoided cannot be fully quantified.
Regardless of whether I plan on pursuing a path in commercial real estate, I thought the book did a good job of opening my eyes to the intricacies and thoroughness of conducting due diligence on a commercial property. The only issue I may consider is lack of familiarity with a lot of the terminology that may require further research but again, this is coming from someone without any real experience with commercial real estate.
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