One Big Investment Opportunity You Don't Need to Rush

Friday, November 15

When it comes to investing, no one wants to miss “the next big thing.” In fact, we can become so focused on the fear of missing out (FOMO) that we lose our senses, rushing into deals that seem too good to be true before performing our own due diligence. But there’s one sector of commercial real e...


What the Senior Housing Industry Can Learn from Netflix

Thursday, October 10

One of the best ways to learn about successful business is to observe the actions of other successful companies. What are they doing—or not doing—to stay ahead of the pack? The same holds true for avoiding business mishaps. It’s far better to learn from other companies’ mistakes than to live them...


Zero Realized Loss: A Key Indicator of a Successful Investment Company

Monday, August 05

There are numerous ways to measure the success of an investment. How much did you make? How fast did it grow? How did its performance compare to others in the same market or exchange? When it comes to investments in commercial real estate, success indicators are even more complex. Did your invest...


Why Young People Need to Start Investing in Senior Housing

Monday, March 25

Out of sight, out of mind. Most of us don’t like to think about aging, and when we do, we often overlook the idea of long-term care. As someone in my late 20s, I can say I rarely encounter other “young” people in the senior housing investment space. In my opinion: they’re missing a huge opportuni...


How to Choose the Best Alternative Investment for You

Tuesday, February 12

In any volatile market, you’ll find an increased interest in alternative investments. Alternative investments do not correlate with market conditions like traditional stocks and bonds do. It makes sense that investors would look outside the market when the market itself seems uncertain. While we ...


Building a Smarter Investment Portfolio in 2019

Friday, December 07

End-of-year is a popular time to revisit investment portfolios and earnings goals. In fact, while we often associate New Year’s resolutions with things like working out and losing weight, research shows the top resolution of 2018 had nothing to do with health; It had to do with money. As we look ...