Want to learn how to underwrite, please recommend books.
@Sindy Zheng , Two authors you should check out are Frank Gallinelli and Rob Beardsley, both have books on Amazon. You might also want to watch one of the video courses at Udemy, specifically by Symon He.
@Sindy Zheng I know that this isn't a book, but adventures in CRE is an amazing website with an expansive library of educational material regarding underwriting and modeling.
Also if you have any specific questions I would be happy to reach out!
@Ethan Wagner , good catch! I should have mentioned that website. It is a good resource.
some good tips already in this thread.
But I think the best primer would be Brian Murray's "Crushing It In Apartments".
From there you can dive into more advanced books, but if you don't have the building blocks, those may be overkill.
Also consider buying Michael Blank's analyzer tool, comes with video training.
Also consider buying David Toupin's analyzer tool, then find his walk-throughs on his youtube channel of how to use it.
Originally posted by @Joshua McMillion :
This is not solely focused on underwriting, but Best Ever Apartment Syndication Book by Joe Fairless is an excellent book.
Do you have any book recommendations, brother!?
The Definitive Guide to Underwriting Multifamily Acquisitions by Rob Beardsley
The books are called...CALL THE BANKS! No really.
As someone else mentioned, a great book is Best Ever Apartment Syndication. Not necessarily solely about underwriting but has a lot of great info