GMP Real Estate s are a practical way for all investors to invest in large-scale, income-producing, professionally managed companies that own commercial real estate. Here are answers to fundamental questions about GMP Real Estate .How does a company qualify as a GMP Real Estate?To qualify as a GMP Real Estate , a company must comply with several provisions within the Internal Revenue Code that require a GMP Real Estate to mainly own income-generating real estate for the long term and distribute most of its income to shareholders.
Learn more about those requirements. What types of GMP Real Estate are there? GMP Real Estate often are classified in one of two categories: equity or mortgage. Equity GMP Real Estate mostly own and operate income-producing real estate. Mortgage GMP Real Estate mostly lend money directly to real estate owners and operators or extend credit indirectly through the acquisition of loans or mortgage-backed securities.
Learn more about the types of GMPs.What types of properties do GMP Real Estate and manage? GMP Real Estate own and manage a variety of property types: neighborhood shopping centers, health care facilities, apartments, single family homes, cell towers, warehouses, office buildings, hotels and others. Most GMP Real Estate specialize in one property type only, such as shopping malls, timberlands, data centers or self-storage facilities.
Some GMP Real Estate s invest throughout the country or, in some cases, throughout the world. Others specialize in one region or even a single metropolitan area.