Think it can’t be done? Learn how to make $1M in 5 years by buying a 21-unit apartment building at fair market value & raising rent by just $100 per unit.
Author Michael Blank
We’re taught we shouldn’t underwrite commercial real estate deals based on future performance. This is great advice, but sometimes it doesn’t match reality.
What’s the difference between cash on cash return and overall return, why do they matter, and what’s a good return? Don’t miss this in-depth analysis.
It’s hard to beat the wealth-building abilities of apartments. If you’re nervous about finding a solid deal, fear not. Instead, employ THESE metrics.
When you’re sharing the pie, it should be big enough to share. Here’s how an apartment deal can leave a good return for you AND your investors.
Don’t waste hours analyzing multifamily deals. Learn how to work smarter, not harder with this step-by-step guide to a 10-minute property analysis.
You submit an offer, but the seller requests proof of funds before they’ll sign. You don’t have the funds. What do you do? Learn 3 strategies here!
Using a real-world case study, I’m going to show you how you can own the majority of a building even though your investors will finance the whole thing.
In this deal, I ended up not putting any of my own money into the deal and got paid $15,000 at closing. Here’s how I got it done.
You managed to get a killer multifamily deal under contract but don’t have all the money raised. Don’t curl up into the fetal position; there’s a way out!
Want to hear “YES!” when you’re raising money for your next deal? With persistence–and this surefire method–you’ll get to your financial goals!
Don’t let bigger and better deals intimidate you! These 3 exercises will help you expand your comfort zone so you can build your real estate repertoire.
Want to get started with apartment building investing but brokers aren’t taking you seriously? Follow this script to NOT sound like a newbie.