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January 30, 2020

Multifamily is one of the most sought after and active sectors in the real estate investing world. And for good reason. While not every apartment deal is going to be a home run the overall asset class should absolutely be a part of your portfolio. Here’s why.

1. Apartments are stable and hold their value

Multifamily holds up extremely well in down cycles. CBRE did a study and showed from 1992 through 2018, multifamily real estate provided the highest average annual total returns (9.75%) of any...

October 25, 2019

Cash FLOW is king. It's the holy grail of financial freedom and what all Corporate Investors are striving to achieve. However, if we know that we need cash flow to free ourselves from our monthly bills, then why is there such a focus on capital gains as an investment strategy?

Check out this quick read from Kim Kiyosaki at Rich Dad for her thoughts. 

  

May 31, 2019

If you are an aspiring real estate investor, house hacking can be a wonderful strategy to move on to more lucrative multifamily investing later down the road. House hacking is a strategy where the investor buys a residential building containing 2-4 units and lives in one of the units while renting out the remaining ones. There are many advantages of this investment strategy which is why it has become very popular among a large group of investors.

It's easy to finance

Since this is going to be...

April 1, 2019

If you are interested in real estate investing, you will find that help and guidance is available for every aspect of investing. From finance to rehab and from due diligence to negotiations, you can learn practically everything with the wealth of information available today. If you are ready to learn (and perhaps pay), you even have coaches and mentors available alongside a plethora of books and websites to master the techniques of real estate investing.

If this is indeed the case, why isn’t...

January 27, 2019

It’s a new year, a fresh start, and 2018 is behind us. Now is the time to reflect on how we did last year and set our targets for 2019. This is my favorite time of the year as I get to dig into what worked, what didn’t, what needs to be increased and what needs to be removed in the coming year. As mentioned previously in our 2018 New Year post, it’s crucial you write down your goals each year. Not only is having your targets written down key to success but it also allows you to easily review...

October 31, 2018

For hardcore Dave Ramsey fans out there, they know that he suggests paying cash for everything. Including real estate investments. He is wrong. I like Dave and originally followed most of his rules when I was starting out in my money journey. However, the further down the path I got and the more educated I became, I realized he is wrong about buying investment real estate without leverage. Dead wrong. Here’s why.

First off, the majority of individuals are not able to buy a property outright w...

September 30, 2018

Self-Storage has been a popular investing trend since the resurgence of the real estate industry around 2010. In fact, it is currently one of the fastest growing sectors of commercial real estate in the US. This trend can be attributed to self-storage’s scalability, low overhead and development costs, and its strong performance during the great recession. Even though some people stopped renting storage units, in order to cut expenditures, the drop-in demand was not terminal. The national ave...

July 29, 2018

Throughout history real estate has been used to build and maintain wealth. It’s difficult to think of any other asset class that has been as historically consistent in the generation of wealth as real estate. When we look at some of history’s most prominent societies and individuals we see this. It holds true dating all the way back to the Roman Empire. For example, historic figures such as Marcus Licinius Crassus used real estate to amass wealth and power. From ancient Rome to the industria...

June 29, 2018

There is no set industry consensus on the definition of a primary, secondary or tertiary market. Aside from the overall ambiguity of the terms, there are a broadly recognized set of characteristics that help investors define a market. It is important to understand how your strategy fits within a particular market because not all strategies are optimal for a market and not all markets are germane to your strategy. Being able to identify specific market characteristics will enable you to subje...

May 31, 2018

What does it mean to be a passive Investor? From the management team’s perspective, a passive investor is an individual that is able to contribute to a deal in one or more ways. The most common element that a passive investor brings to the table is money; money that goes towards the initial investment of the deal. Passive investors can also move into a slightly more active role if they are able to provide any of the following: skills that complement the management team, high net worth, high...

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