Purchasing warehouses, factories and workshops can be cheaper than you think. However, there are many differences between an industrial property and a residential property that potential investors need to understand.

Industrial property’s income yield is higher than residential property, at about 6 to 9 per cent compared with 3 to 3.5 per cent, but comes with higher risks:

  • A much more complicated lease, usually organised by a solicitor.
  • When they become vacant, they are usually vacant for a long period of time.
  • Leases are based on net rent – such as council rates and maintenance.

Buyers should look for properties with quality tenants, a flexible layout and a location close to freeways for transportation purposes.

When purchasing smaller industrial property within a complex, check for sufficient car park bays.

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