Making the decision to invest in an apartment community is just one step in a multi-step journey toward building your real estate portfolio. The next step? Qualifying a potential deal. However, if you don’t know how to go about evaluating real estate investments, you could end up with a raw deal.

In this Syndication School series, we will discuss how to qualify an apartment deal using a three-step financial analysis process.

Part 1: Setting Your Investment Criteria

What you will learn:

  • Introduction of the three-step process for evaluating real estate investments: (1) investment criteria, (2) underwriting, (3) due diligence
  • How to set your investment criteria to initially screen incoming deals

Click here to listen to Part 1.

Part 2: Top Underwriting Tips and Due Diligence

What you will learn:

  • Top 10 tips for underwriting apartment deals
  • Introduction of the apartment due diligence phase
  • We will go into more detail on underwriting and due diligence during future Syndication School episodes, so stay tuned.

Click here to listen to Part 2.

Once you understand how to qualify an apartment investing deal and understand the financial analysis process, you can approach underwriting the deal with prudence and confidence. And, after you’ve executed the deal, you can rest assured that you’ll receive the return on your investment you’re looking for. Get in touch with us to discover more about the proper deal evaluation process to use for apartment syndications today.

Don’t forget to pick up the Best Ever Apartment Syndication Book for even more no-fluff advice on evaluating real estate investments.

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