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.
I have big plans to grow by nearly 1,000 units in the next year, so why am I selling all of my single-family units? I’ll lay out my real estate strategy for this deliberate growth, and give you my favorite strategy with duplexes, triplexes and quads.
From the first investment property that I purchased in 2001, to the founding of my real estate education business, to my pivot into multifamily passive income in the last year, I’ve been so privileged to share my real estate journey with so many amazing students, investors, and friends. I want to take a few minutes and share the six rules that are the foundation of my success.
I’m going to pull back the curtain and let you see the buying and selling we’re currently in the process of working on. We’ve got 6 properties going through due diligence, and we’re clearing out the hottest properties in town: single-family homes. A new year means some light rebranding, and I’ll share how we’re adjusting our strategy to the current market.