Investing is fast-paced and cutting corners will cost you more money in the long run.
If you're new to buying multifamily, there are 3 steps in making your next or first purchase.
Multifamily Investors who show any one of these early signs typically do not end up closing on deals.
Citing a 2016 study done by the NAA, Beau shares the top reasons he feels multifamily real estate will be the investment of the future.
What can be done to bridge the gap between buyer and seller NOI?
Learn the calculations that will help any investor determine the right purchase price based on a required rate of return.
Cap rates are extremely limited in determining the long-term value of an asset because they ignore a number of factors.
Don't compromise your objectives of bringing your sellers the best price and terms for their assets.
Working harder and longer hours doesn't buy you more units.
It only takes one good acquisition to bring in serious passive income for you and your family.
Submit real estate offers that have a far better probability of getting accepted, both now and in the future.
Open permits can complicate or even prevent a deal from closing.
In multiple offer situations, avoid inserting closing extensions, even if the buyer is paying for them.
Understanding how expenses factor into the sale is key to maximizing your profit.
You'll be able to sound like a real estate God after learning these most common real estate terms.
Those who try to wholesale larger multifamily complexes may have a short investment career.
Understanding how offers are presented to sellers will help you prepare better offers.
Learn the 5 things you should and shouldn't do to get more deals sent to you.
A tremendous way to grow personal wealth for any beginner real estate investor.
Which multifamily real estate class makes the most money, Class A, Class B, or Class C?
Part 1: How to look like a veteran investor from day 1.
Early-stage syndicators who still have to raise funds can provide comfort to sellers.
What to win deals? Take your brand seriously.
Elite Investors use the sniper approach to target the exact assets they want at the exact time they are available.
The investor who consistently negotiates an agent's fee sees considerably fewer deals in his pipeline.
An investor who says they'll only buy "off-market" deals is getting smoked by their competition.
Buying multifamily is hyper-competitive. Don't shoot yourself in the foot and lose out on a deal.
Free up time and make more money.
In 2022 here are the common terms I'm seeing in contracts.
Developing projects can be very lucrative. But improper research, bad timing, and bad luck can devastate any project.
Renovation budgets are usually tight, so every dollar counts.
It's not uncommon for investors to allow greed to make their decisions.
They don't really exist. At least not in the same way they used to.
Violating these principles could cost you countless money in future deals.
Where to look for your next multifamily housing buy in Florida.
There are specific steps, that when done consistently, will dramatically increase your chances of winning every competitive bid.
Writing the perfect letter of intent, that always gets chosen, is an art.