In real estate school, we’re taught that the money is made when you buy. But that just isn’t true for apartment buildings, where the money is made in the execution! Today, Daniel Simpson explains how an asset manager guides the property management team in following through on ownership’s plan to increase revenue and reduce expenses.
The most successful real estate investors find creative ways to increase their NOI either by adding amenities or reducing expenses. But there is a new opportunity for property owners that you may not be aware of. Today, Hugh Odom explains how to earn more by leasing a portion of your building for a cell tower!
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.
Technology has succeeded in disrupting several industries. Think about Uber’s impact on taxis. Or how Airbnb changed hotels. These innovations work because they create a frictionless experience for consumers. Today, Patrick Antrim joins me to explain how multifamily investors can leverage tech to better the resident experience and compete in the market of the future!
In a perfect world, we could syndicate a multifamily property and then sit back and wait for the checks to roll in. But in the real world, we are responsible for asset management. Today, Drew Kniffin joins me to discuss the chief aspects of the job—overseeing the property manager and communicating with investors.