Ask a room full of active real estate investors what they think is the most important factor that makes for a successful investment and a significant portion will respond with “it’s all about location, location, location.” The market in which you invest is one of the most impactful decisions you will make. Or is it…? […]
How to Perform an In-Depth Analysis of Your Target Real Estate Investment Market Location, location, location. Every wise real estate investor understands how important it is to choose the right real estate market to invest in. And an essential step in this process is to conduct a real estate investment market analysis before you ever […]
Theo is telling us two great lessons he learned last week while doing the interviews for the podcast last week. He is joined by Chris Salerno (https://qccapitalgroup.com/) today. The lessons they will be discussing are coming from Adam Weiner (https://www.sayrhino.com/) and Christopher Stafford (https://theagentunleashed.com/).
Today’s episode is the audio from our July meetup in which we had three experts on a panel to discuss how the market in Cincinnati has been in the first half of 2019. More importantly, we’ll hear what they think the real estate market will do in the second half of 2019.
In a statement released today, Amazon announced that they will not move forward with their original plan to build their HQ2 in Long Island City, Queens in New York. For more information on the logic behind their decision, click here to read Amazon’s full statement. This decision is going to cost the region up to […]
Last Updated on 6/15/2018 I am personally a follower of The Three Immutable Laws of Real Estate Investing, which are the three things all investors must do when purchasing real estate in order to thrive in any market at any time in the market cycle. And I think a great companion list of laws […]
Putting all of your eggs into one basket can be very dangerous in real estate investing. Jeremy Roll, who currently invests in more than 70 opportunities across over $500 million worth of real estate and business assets, is a firm believer in creating a diversified investment portfolio. In our conversation on the podcast, he explains […]
In this episode, Theo goes over a recent blog post written by Evan from investor relations at Ashcroft Capital called “Coronavirus and Commonly Asked Passively Investor Questions”. Theo goes over the entire blog post and adds additional value by adding additional commentary from his point of view.
Finding investors to invest in your apartment syndication deals can often be easier than keeping those investors for future deals. In our experience, private investors are not most concerned with their ROI, it is a concern obviously, but not as high as three other concerns. They want to know that their money is in good hands, frequent updates, and is the process hassle free? Theo will cover those three things in more depth today.
Now that we’ve completed the business cycle with our apartment syndication deal, is it time to sell? Theo will cover what you need to look into with each deal before making that decision. It may make sense sometimes to sell early, other times it won’t. How do you know when is the best time? Hit play to find out.
We’ve all read articles that tell us how much money we would have made if we had invested in a major stock when it first became public. If we would have invested $100,000 in Apple in 2009, it would be worth over $1 million today. However, if you waited and invested that same $100,000 in […]
We’ve heard Theo explain in great detail all the different loan options we have as apartment syndicators. How do you decide which is best for you?
You are ready to increase your income and tired of spinning your wheels in your current industry, so you consider branching out to another seemingly lucrative area right now: real estate. Not a bad idea. Research shows that the real estate industry is one of the best places to invest in right now. After all, […]
In March of 2008, the Dow Jones was at 12,216.40. One year later, the Dow Jones plummeted to 6,626.94. Nine years later, the Dow Jones has skyrocketed – nearly tripling to over 24,000. During that same period, unemployment decreased from nearly 10% to 4% and GDP increased from $15 trillion to $19.39 trillion. All-in-all, the […]
Veros recently released it’s third quarter VeroFORECAST, which predicts property value trends in metropolitan statistical areas (MSA) across the US between September 2018 and September 2019. According to the report, the top 100 most populated MSAs will appreciate 4.5% over the next 12 months. Of all MSAs, Vero predicts that 97% will appreciate and 3% […]
Originally Featured on Forbes.com here. In real estate investing, there are two major strategies to choose from, and each can be used to pursue a variety of different opportunities. In passive real estate investing, two of the most popular investment opportunities are apartment syndications and real estate investment trusts, or REITs. A REIT is a company that […]
Once a syndicator puts an apartment deal under contract, concurrent with the due diligence process is the process of securing investment property loans. Generally, debt is a part of the apartment syndicator’s business plan because of the benefits that arise from leverage. Rather than purchasing the apartment community with all cash, they obtain a loan […]
Theo is back with another Syndication School episode and this time he will be going over the 11 questions most passive investors will ask you before they invest in your deals. Theo hopes he can arm you with the right mindset when answering these questions to put you in a good position to find investors.
Joe started off selling industrial equipment before going into real estate investing. In two short years, he grew his real estate portfolio to eleven units doing very well and now he is dealing with the novel coronavirus. Five of Joe’s eleven units are AirBnB’s, and in this unique epidemic, he is projected to lose a major part of his revenue if the coronavirus continues through the summer. Joe shares how he is preparing to survive this epidemic as a real estate investor.
William is a returning guest from one of our very first episodes, JF09. William has been focusing his efforts on growing his Hybrid Turnkey Business and shares some of the benefits of having a successful business that purchases many deals a year including discounts with local contractors, plumbers, electricians, and materials. He also shares how he prepares to negotiate the terms of a bulk deal with a vendor. You would think it would be easy but it takes a lot of work and many no’s before he finds the right partner.
What’s the more profitable apartment deal – a 2% cap rate in Manhattan or a 10% cap rate in Stillwater, Oklahoma? If you’re answer was the 2% cap rate deal in Manhattan, you’re wrong. If you’re answer was the 10% cap rate deal in Stillwater, don’t get too excited, because you are also wrong. The […]