multifamily

#168: 16 Akers Case Apartment Study

My newest property purchase at Akers Avenue in Akron, Ohio is a smaller property than I normally buy, but I was able to pay cash for it. I’m going to talk about why I bought it sight unseen and without due diligence from the seller, plus I’ll share the tools I used to help me analyze the property.

#166: Growing Wealth through Commercial and Residential Note Investing

There are two sides to real estate: creative financing and the non-performing loan space. Buying deeply discounted notes is a way to move from owning assets to owning debts, but it requires you to connect differently with the mortgage industry. Are you ready for 2021’s opportunities in the note-buying industry?

#163: Single Mom Millionaire

It never gets old to hear someone come back from what looks like utter defeat, but instead, they’re smashing goals as Sadhana Sabharwal has done. After a terrible divorce that left her with nothing except three sons to support and a mortgage payment, Sadhana turned herself into the Single Mom Millionaire.

#162: The 9 Point Property Takeover Plan

When everybody on the team understands the goals and objectives of every project, it’s easier to smoothly move through the checklist. I’m going to lay out my company’s 9-point takeover plan that we follow for every project, whether it’s a single resi or a commercial apartment building.

#160: Divide and Conquer: How to Scale a Real Estate Business

Dividing your team into clearly delineated roles will let you take on bigger and bigger projects. I’m going to lay out the 6 divisions in my business, and explain the responsibilities that each department takes on that have helped us get to 2700 units.

#154: Make Landlording Passive Again with Better Systems

If you’re a landlord with less than 10 units, and you find all of your free time consumed with your properties, you might be tempted to hire a property manager. But there’s a more affordable way if you simply build a better system for your properties from the very beginning of your business.

#147: Tips for Due Diligence on Multifamily Assets and Apartments

We’ve recently purchased an off-market 80-unit building in Ohio, and I want you to understand what I’m looking for when I walk through a property. I’m going to share what you should look for when you inspect a new property during the due diligence period, some of the problems you might encounter if the property has had long-term tenants, and some precautions you’ll need to take because of COVID.

#137: Raising Capital for Multi-Family Syndications – Part 2

Adam Adams and I continue our conversation about how to be successful at raising capital when you’ve never done it before. Adam recommends two key things that will help you overcome the mental roadblock that every real estate syndicator comes up against, and stay til the end when he offers Accelerated Investor listeners the chance to purchase discounted tickets for the Raising Money Summit 2020.

#136: Raising Capital for Multi-Family Syndications – Part 1

In order to raise capital, you have to have a relationship with your investors. Adam Adams from the Raising Money Summit uses social media to help him begin his relationship with potential investors. With over 7 syndications under his belt and 1400 apartment units, Adam is an expert in building solid deals that reap rewards for investors, and he shares how he raises private money with me today.

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