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Brian Fielding Spotlights the American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation

American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation

American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation

Brian Fielding is one of the top members of the real estate industry, offering all those who are hoping to buy or sell their home peace of mind during the process. But there is so much more this man is passionate about in life, and one of the most prominent things he is known for is finding ways to give back to the community.

Whether taking the time to be helpful or answer questions through contributions of his time, or finding charitable organizations out there that are worth people knowing more about, Brian Fielding hopes to do all these things and more to benefit society. The following charity strives to provide the best care and treatment for sick or abused animals, and best of all, they operate as not-for-profit organizations, so every dollar and cent spent goes to helping out rather than simply just going into someone else’s pocket.

The American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation is an organization that strives to advance both the health and wellness of all dogs (as well as their owners) by funding research to help prevent, cure and treat canine diseases. They have worked on these goals since their founding in 1995, and have since become the largest organization that exclusively works towards canine health research.  Brian Fielding knows that their research teams work tirelessly to gain funding for their projects, and also hope to ensure that their funded research projects are of the highest quality and accuracy.

What better way to celebrate 20 years of canine health progress than to donate to their cause now? Brian Fielding shares everyone who does so isn’t merely helping out the animals in this case—upon visiting the AKC Canine Health website, visitors learn that this research benefits humans as well. There are many similarities between canines and humans, and this research often benefits information regarding human illness also.

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Brian Fielding promotes cancer charities on new website

Brian Fielding helps cancer charities

Brian Fielding created a blog to share news and info on cancer charities.

Brian Fielding is making his charity website,, an online hub for the latest news on cancer charities’ events, stories and calls to action.

There are large and small charities out there that are helping cancer victims in various ways, said Brian Fielding, who is a real estate investor and philanthropist. From cancer research to providing wigs or vacations, he feels all of these charities are deserving of national attention and assistance.

The idea came to Brian Fielding when he began supporting Send Me on Vacation, a non-profit organization that allows women with breast cancer to go on dream vacations with their families in order to lend them some emotional support. As he supported and spoke to friends about these charities, he said he realized few people had heard of the charity, even with a website of its own. The creation of a central online home for low-profile charities such as this would help further their causes, he decided.

The Brian Fieldling Charities website’s blog will now include articles on other charities and their events. Brian Fielding is putting out a call to other charity organizations – large and small – to submit their own articles for posting. Articles are not automatically posted, but will be reviewed to ensure it meets the goals of the site.

Additionally, the Brian Fielding Charities website will soon feature a page entitled “Our Charity Partners.” This page will highlight the charities that actively submit content for the blog or that asked to be considered for promotion.

As a commercial real estate industry veteran, Brian Fielding helps charitable organizations around the globe through financial support as well as advocating for them on various online platforms, including His website serves as a hub for charities of all sizes to share their events, stories and calls to action in one online locale. Financially supporting every charity would be wonderful, but is not feasible, Brian Fielding said. However, informing the masses of these charities and creating conversation about their efforts can generate more recognition and donations.

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Fielding Investments Sheds Light on 3 Common Commercial Real Estate Mistakes

Fielding Investments is shedding light on some of the most common mistakes in the industry.

Fielding Investments is shedding light on some of the most common mistakes in the industry.

Fielding Investments knows that the commercial real estate industry can oftentimes be confusing and hard to understand. With so many terms, equations and so much money, it can be easy to make a mistake every once in a while. It is for this reason that the experts at this leading commercial real estate investment company have taken the time to share three mistakes that are commonly made and how they can be avoided.

  1. Failing to do one’s homework on a property.

When considering commercial real estate investment, it is of the utmost importance to do intensive due diligence. There are many different things that need to be considered including, but not limited to: the physical condition of the property itself, zoning, land-use, insurance, financing, tax laws, environmental conditions and so much more. Without the guidance of a seasoned veteran in the industry, beginners can be at great risk.

  1. Borrowing too much.

Few investors will have enough money to pay for the full investment of the property on their own and even if they do, it is usually not prudent to invest in one asset alone. Oftentimes, commercial real estate investing firm Fielding Investments suggests that first time investors seek partners with whom they can share risk and avoid seeking too much leverage for their purchase. While seasoned professionals do tend to borrow a significant portion of many acquisitions, they do so only after having established credibility with the credit markets, thereby allowing them to borrow a non-recourse basis (the investor does not personally guarantee the full borrowings, generally only being responsible for traditional “carve-outs”).

  1. Not knowing one’s market.

Perhaps the biggest mistake that investors make is not doing enough research and, therefore, not fully understanding the intricacies of that specific market. Fielding Investments has always maintained that individuals should invest in properties in their immediate area, because they have inside information that simply cannot be gained by virtually any other method. By living and working in these communities, investors can become knowledgeable about developments and plans for parts of the community including any efforts that are being made to improve specific areas with better roads, sewer and water infrastructure, and any new developments that are being considered. This gives investors a real advantage over out-of-state commercial real estate buyers.

For more information about commercial real estate investment and how to succeed in the industry, contact Brian Fielding today


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Brian Fielding Discusses the Differences when Investing in Commercial Real Estate vs. Residential Real Estate this summer

With investors looking for property this summer, commercial real estate advisor Brian Fielding of Fielding Investments looks at the pros and cons of commercial real estate vs. residential real estate.

With investors looking for property this summer, commercial real estate advisor Brian Fielding of Fielding Investments looks at the pros and cons of commercial real estate vs. residential real estate.

Brian Fielding of Fielding Investments has always maintained that one of the best moves that anyone can make to secure a steady stream of income is to invest in commercial real estate. While many people feel that investing in residential real estate is the answer, Brian Fielding is sharing this information about the different challenges and advantages each investment presents.

  1. Initial investment
    When it comes to investing in commercial real estate, it is important to note that not every bank will work with commercial real estate investments. Most major lenders will, but they will most likely want a larger down payment than would normally be required for an investment in a residential property. Brian Fielding shares that for a commercial property, a down payment of 30 percent or more is usually required; much higher than what it would be for an investment in residential real estate.
  1. Duration of the lease
    When investing in residential real estate, the time that the lessor is on the property can range from several months to several years. While this can be a steady cash flow for the duration of the lease, finding another tenant can be a long and arduous process. However, commercial real estate leases generally have a longer duration of a tenancy. In fact, in triple-net leases, the term of the lease is usually for 15 years or more, providing a much more stable and reliable cash flow reveals commercial real estate advisor Brian Fielding.
  1. Increased cash flow
    Besides having longer leases, which will automatically help the stability of the investor’s cash flow, commercial real estate investment also offers another perk. Because there are more tenants in a multi-unit commercial property than there are in a single-family household, the amount of money that an investor will collect is increased as well.
  1. Diversified risk to an investor’s portfolio
    When investing in residential real estate, losing a tenant can be devastating because there is only one tenant to collect monthly rent from. Brian Fielding of Fielding Investments shares that because of the multi-unit nature of most commercial real estate investments, losing one or two tenants will not be as much as a problem as it would be to a residential real estate investor. Therefore, investing in commercial real estate helps to diversify the risk in an investor’s portfolio.

For more information and tips on investing in commercial real estate today, visit property investment advisor Brian Fielding’s website at

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