Want to quit the rat race with real estate? If you’re planning on investing in multifamilies, here’s the ONE THING you need to do to get there.
Commercial Real Estate Essentials
Last year, I began adding apartment buildings to my portfolio. While there are similarities to single family investing, there are some new quirks to learn.
How do you determine when to sell your apartment building to maximize the overall returns? Let’s walk through the thought process.
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.
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.
Want to invest in larger real estate but have no idea what an actual deal of this size looks like? Learn from someone who’s done it—at age 26, no less!
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.
In today’s video, I talk about what I’ve learned by expanding outside our local area into more regional investments. These lessons could make or break you!
I recently closed on my first apartment building. In case you are considering investing in one yourself, here are my biggest takeaways from the process.
Investing in commercial real estate is a lucrative business decision for anyone serious about increasing their net worth and expanding their portfolio.
Recently, I’ve been exploring NNN commercial building deals. I’m going to give you the best deal of them all to explore in more detail—the KFC.
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.
Before you make the long-term investment of purchasing a building for your business, remember this decision is not to be taken lightly. Consider this first.