The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress back in March when the pandemic was just starting to heat up. One aspect of the 800 page bill that investors need to understand is the impact to their retirement accounts. Specifically, you now have the ability to access (up to) $200,000 without penalty. Join me today with my guest, Damion Lupo, to learn how to maximize this unique opportunity.
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!
“When the tide goes out, you can see who’s been swimming naked.” – Warren Buffet. Wall Street’s been hit hard by the economic slowdown, but here’s the thing… Multifamily investing isn’t immune. While it’s still a great bet for passive investors, there’s a key element to consider: Which operators are swimming naked?
What are you doing to keep your mindset right during the Coronavirus shutdown? Today, Vinney ‘Smile’ Chopra joins me to discuss how COVID-19 is impacting the multifamily space, what YOU can do to make the most of this extra time at home, and how he is cultivating a positive outlook despite the current health crisis!
If you own any kind of real estate, you’re probably pretty stressed right about now. You’re concerned about the effects of Covid on your tenants, and the implications it may have on you as the property owner. What if your tenants can’t pay? What if they won’t pay?? Can they sue you??? I’m going to answer these questions in the video below, so let’s get to it!
Hey, everyone’s got an opinion, but some people are just WRONG.Especially when it comes to investing in Class A Multifamily. Trust me, you DON’T want to fall into that trap! Today, I’ll go into detail on why we avoid putting our investor’s money (and our own) into Class A Multifamily deals.