Who in your inner circle–your family, your close friends, your 1st cousins, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, high school buddies, etc– knows EXACTLY what you’re doing in real estate investing? Hopefully, you can say with confidence: all or most–but realistically, very few or none of those individuals know what you’re doing
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So, you bought this nice (or maybe not so nice) little mobile home park. You’re excited. You know there’s a ton of potential and plenty of value and equity to build into this asset over the next couple of years, but who will manage this whole operation daily? I have
Here are the top 3 mistakes you need to avoid when raising capital for multifamily syndication deals. Mistake #1: Raising Money Only When You Have a Deal We just had another conversations about this in our Multifamily Mastermind… Always be raising! How? What does that mean? If you get access
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Investing in Multifamily real estate can be very rewarding. However, there are many things to take into consideration with this type of investment. We will share 10 tips for multifamily investing with you and more. If you are investing or thinking of investing in multifamily real estate, you probably
If you’ve ever considered how real estate investors can purchase huge multifamily deals, this topic is for you. Though there are people who can afford to buy a $3 million apartment complex, it’s not feasible for most investors. Multifamily syndication can help even the most beginner investor accomplish their goal
Investing in real estate is difficult, but investing in multifamily home real estate is a completely different aspect. Multifamily real estate investors must not only invest in property that is considerably more expensive than single-family real estate properties, but they will have to consider the needs of many individuals.
Written By: Joe Danza & Seth Ferguson Multifamily Real Estate: As prices continue to rise, finding cash-flowing properties is getting harder to come by in the residential real estate space. That is also causing many first-time investors to make costly mistakes as they sacrifice cash flow for the hope of
What is Asset Management and Who is an Asset Manager? In short, the Asset Manager (AM) is the manager of the Property Manager (PM). From the time the listing is received–to the time the property is sold–, the AM is your boots-on-the-ground for understanding the investment property performance. The AM