No good comes from making decisions out of fear. So, what can multifamily syndicators do to navigate the next couple of months and cover the bills—even if our tenants can’t pay the rent on time? Today, Jason Pero joins me to explain how he is leveraging the available safeguards to ride out the Coronavirus shutdown!
So here’s the shocking truth about getting started with apartment buildings: you don’t need to be rich. In fact, you don’t even need hundreds of thousands of dollars to get started with apartment building investing, because you’re going to raise it from private individuals. And here’s the other truth: These individuals are going to be happy to hear from you!
Should you self-manage your multifamily portfolio? Or is it better to outsource to a third-party? If you do choose to outsource, what should you look for in a property management team? Today, Tony LeBlanc joins me to describe the ideal investor-property manager relationship and offer ideas for driving additional revenue while decreasing expenses.
It’s tough to find multifamily deals these days and when you do, the competition is fierce. Even if you do make a best and final, someone is always outbidding you or putting up part earner’s money. How do you compete with that?
You’ve probably heard the terms market appreciation and forced appreciation. Both sound similar, but they are two totally distinct terms. Let’s dive in and discuss the difference between the two and the factors that affect them.
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.