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What You Need to Know About Multifamily Real Estate in a College Town

What You Need to Know About Multifamily Real Estate in a College Town

As I often say, your success in multifamily real estate depends on one thing: cash flow.

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One of the keys to cash flow, of course, …

Evaluating Expenses-Tricks of the Trade

Evaluating Expenses-Tricks of the Trade

As part of normal due diligence, an in-depth evaluation of expenses by line item is critical in understanding the past performance, and forecasting the future expectations for the asset.

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In this article, I

Recourse vs. Non-Recourse Multifamily Financing: What’s the Difference?

Recourse vs. Non-Recourse Multifamily Financing: What’s the Difference?

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Nobody goes into a multifamily investment expecting to
default on their mortgage.

 

 

Still, it happens. And if one of your properties has slipped
into foreclosure, the odds are

7 Core Questions to Guide Your Due Diligence

7 Core Questions to Guide Your Due Diligence

Due diligence is one of the most critical aspects of any real estate deal.

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I don’t care how confident you are in a deal; shoddy, incomplete due diligence will invite …

7 Reasons to Walk Away From a Multifamily Real Estate Deal

7 Reasons to Walk Away From a Multifamily Real Estate Deal

In over 40 years of experience in this business, I’ve seen pretty much everything. As a result, I’ve developed what you might call an intuition for evaluating deals.

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Investing Outside Your Home Market? Do This First.

Investing Outside Your Home Market? Do This First!

I once had a student come to me with a 40-unit property in Eden, North Carolina for an unheard-of $13,000 a unit. The seller claimed he was getting $650 per unit in …