Owner-operator Kyle Mitchell from the Asset Management Summit is laser-focused on data-driven decisions about his multifamily portfolio. He’s passionate about improving the performance of his property management team, and you’re going to love hearing the incredibly specific ways he improves his property management metrics.
My newest purchase is in my hometown, just down the street from my old high school, and I am thrilled to be getting back to my roots. The deal structure on this property is absolutely phenomenal, and I’m going to break down for you how our investors are getting a 50.5% return on their money.
Getting up every day and putting together deals is easy for Colby Bowers because his investing is aimed at a higher purpose. You’re going to love hearing about how he funnels 20% of his real estate profits into his nonprofit The Paper Crane Foundation, and how this higher purpose inspires his employees, his sellers, and his private investors.
Do you give yourself time to just think? I’m getting ready to make what could be a billion-dollar decision over the next ten years, and the space I give myself to think is some of the most valuable time in my week.
Paul Moore wants mobile home parks and self-storage units in his real estate portfolio, but he doesn’t want to run them by himself. Hear how he’s raised $30 million to partner with owner-operators across the country to invest in this recession-resistant asset class.
Not only are smaller assisted living centers better because they provide more personalized care, and they’re also safer. 2020 showed investors that consumers’ appetite for smaller residential living centers is rapidly outstripping the supply, and investors like Gene Guarino are stepping in to show other investors how to capitalize on this growing real estate niche.
Because Matt Brawner invests for impact and not wealth, his move from single-family to multifamily has been a well-thought-out plan that takes into account holistic goals that support his family and the community he invests in. Hear why Matt chooses to invest in people and not property data.