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2. Retail - Retail comprises the properties that house the retailers and restaurants.
3. Industrial - Industrial buildings house industrial operations for a variety of tenants and are mostly located outside of urban areas, especially along major transportation routes. The low-rise buildings can also be grouped into industrial parks.
4. Multifamily- The multifamily sector covers all types of residential real estate outside of single-family, including apartments, condos, co-ops, and townhomes.
5. Hotel - The hotel sector covers establishments providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists. The hotels may be independent (boutique) or flagged—the latter means it’s part of a major hotel chain.
The simplest way to define commercial real estate is a property that has the potential to generate profit through capital gain or rental income. Commercial property can be anything from an office building to a residential duplex, or even a restaurant or warehouse. If you can make money from leasing it out or holding it and reselling it, it’s a commercial property.