Eric Upchurch is an Army Special Operations veteran who grew up in Central Iowa before attending college in California. He has a passion for educating the military community on how to create long term wealth through real estate investing, while personally investing across the country for the last fourteen years.
Eric serves as Co-Founder of Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI) and is a Senior Managing Partner with ADPI Capital. Most recently, Eric’s team has opened a nationwide, first-of-itskind 100% employee-owned mortgage branch, real estate brokerage, as well as an insurance company – all with the goal of serving the ADPI community of military real estate investors.
Address: Alexandria, Indiana. Country Club Estates
Number of Units: 80
Value Add Deal? Yes
Purchase Price: $3,250,000
Estimated monthly increase projected? Avg of $90/unit
Anticipated value after value add: $5 mil
Estimated Cash on Cash Return: 10%
Estimated Internal Rate of Return: 15%
Well, Rod and Robert helped us by encouraging us to keep moving forward with the capital raise. Got on calls with Gozlan, Gupta also.
Involvement in the Warrior ecosystem has been a life-changing path. Creating life-long friendships, partnerships and more.
Broker Relationship Major improvements planned or completed: Increased rents, RUBS initiating soon, reduced contract costs, increased garage rents, etc.
80 LTV, Freddie mac SBL, 506c syndication
Capital raise was more difficult than we had anticipated. could have kept as a 506b…but we advertised “Under Contract” one time so we thought we should be safe with 506c. Also, the owner was in Japan so comms was difficult. PM company just acquired/merged with another company so there were major growing pains RIGHT as we were starting to manage the asset.
Always be raising capital. Create thorough SOPs for PM, but also internally with our team.
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