Multifamily

This article first appeared on BiggerPockets.com on 11/17/2019 Do you hear yelling? The market is too hot. Oh, no! We are at the top. Oh, no! It’s a bubble. Too late to buy. It’s a bubble. Oh, nooooo! Best to wait for the crash… A few years ago these same voices were yelling: There is no money.
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Multi-family investing is a team sport. Sometimes, we can get so caught up in “the deal” that we forget that this business is really about people. I always encourage active investors to establish their team early on, before they even start to look for deals. For you, the passive investor, the key is to partner
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You’ve learned from my previous blog posts that the key to accessing off-market deals is to create relationships with brokers. If you haven’t read those articles, do me a favor and go back and read them now. I’ve provided the links below. Related: How to Find Off-Market Deals Related: The Broker Script to Unlock Off-Market
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There are two ways that the value of your investment properties will appreciate: Forced Appreciation & Market Appreciation. But only one of these is within your control. Can you guess which one? Watch the video below (or keep reading). [embedded content] Market Appreciation The market is unpredictable. It will go up and just as quickly,
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One of the most common questions my investors ask me is how cost segregation can impact passive real estate investors from a tax perspective, particularly in a multifamily syndication.   First, let’s define the term. Under United States tax laws and accounting rules, cost segregation is the process of identifying personal property assets that are grouped
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Technology has succeeded in disrupting several industries. Think about what Uber has done to the taxi business. Or how Airbnb has changed hotels. These innovations work because they create a frictionless experience for consumers. So, how might #proptech disrupt multifamily? And how can apartment investors leverage technology to better the resident experience and compete in
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It’s no secret that the demand for apartments in the USA, from both the consumer and investor perspective, is growing. It’s one of the reasons that I am so passionate about investing in the multifamily space. But have you ever wondered why the demand is so high and why it continues to grow? It’s a
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A major challenge for investors in the multifamily space is access to consistent deal flow. While the internet makes it easy for us to search for available properties, smart investors know that properties posted online are there because no one else wanted them. Most of these properties have been marketed directly to interested buyers that
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Chad Duval is a real estate investor. He’s been in the game for six years and has recently launched a podcast for newer investors. I enjoyed this episode, and I think you will as well. I was honest with Chad and his audience. Please enjoy! CLICK HERE to LISTEN Related
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In my video blog “What’s the Syndication Investment Process?” I covered the process from the time you’re presented with an investment opportunity until it closes.  But what happens then? Here’s what you can expect after a deal closes when you invest with most operators (including with our investment company “Nighthawk Equity”). [embedded content] Regular Updates
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Real estate investors come in many different shapes and sizes. Some young, some older. Some with financial resources, others without. But the one thing they ALL have in common is hustle. They balance learning with DOING, taking action to achieve their dreams of financial freedom through multifamily. David Kamara was working a demanding job in
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So, you’re ready to invest in a real estate syndication. What’s the process? In this week’s video blog, I cover the syndication investment process.  I explain what it means to make a “soft commit” versus a formal offer and share the general timeline from live deal to close. You’ll understand who can invest in a
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I did not mention in the article that came out yesterday, but this next acquisition will be a 94-unit community in Mesa, AZ. Which, for a lack of a better way to put it, is about to blow the hell up! Sun Crest Is Special Historically, our basic approach to value-add investing has been to
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