Even in the face of uncertainty and stagnancy, multifamily remains a resilient sector. Interest rates have remained unchanged since July – the highest they’ve been in over two decades – and few expect them to lower anytime soon. There’s even a possibility that rates will tighten by the end of the year. There’s more demand […]
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Multifamily investing is a great way to build wealth and generate passive income. However, a number of misconceptions about multifamily investing can deter people from getting started. Here are four of the most common misconceptions about multifamily investing. 1. Multifamily investing is only for the wealthy. This is simply not true. There are a number
Real estate investing can be a great way to build wealth over time. But if you’re new to investing, it can be tough to know where to start. One option is to invest through a syndicator or REIT. A syndicator is a person or company that pools money from investors to purchase and manage real
The world of real estate investing is ever-evolving, with various opportunities and challenges. One part of the real estate market that has gained investor’s attention is apartments. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or considering your first venture, Re Mentor is here to help. Here are 10 compelling reasons why it’s a good time to invest
Preferred equity is gaining traction and for good reason. I’m sure you’ve felt the overwhelming feeling of navigating an unpredictable market. It’s easy to feel stagnant and insecure. It’s easy to feel worried about losing your hard-earned money. Like many others, you feel pressured into refinancing or selling just to make a return. I’m feeling
Multifamily investing can be a great way to build wealth and generate passive income. However, it’s important to understand what a good Return On Investment (ROI) is on multifamily investing before you get started. The ROI on multifamily investing will vary depending on a number of factors, including the location of the property, the type
Real estate investing can be a great way to build wealth, but it’s important to avoid common mistakes that can derail your success. Here are five of the biggest mistakes real estate investors make, and how to avoid them: 1. Not doing your research Before you invest in any property, it’s important to do your
Investing in real estate can be a great way to build wealth over time. But if you’re new to investing, it can be tough to know where to start. One option is to invest in an apartment complex. Apartment complexes can be a good investment for a number of reasons. First, they provide a steady
Multi-family investing can be a great way to build wealth, but it’s important to have a clear strategy in place before you get started. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of multi-family investing strategies and help you choose the one that’s right for you. Types of Multi-Family Investing Strategies There are
When investing in Multi-Family properties, it’s important to diversify your portfolio and start small. This will help you minimize risk and maximize your potential for returns. What is diversification? Diversification is the practice of spreading your money across different types of investments. This helps to reduce your risk by minimizing your exposure to any one
Real estate investing can be a lucrative way to build long-term wealth, and one of the most popular types of real estate investments is apartment buildings. Apartment investing offers a number of advantages over other types of real estate, such as single-family homes, including economies of scale, higher cash flow, and more predictable income streams.
Two recent Wall Street journal articles highlighted two different multi-family investors that just got foreclosed on and lost their portfolios. One lost 3200 units and another lost 7000+ units. Why did this happen? They are the victims of an Emerging Cycle Mindset. Emerging Market Mindset The multi-family real estate space has been in an up
OK, that’s kind of an odd title to give this blog post, especially because I’m a positive-thinking kind of guy. What I’ve learned in my almost quarter-century of investing in real estate—and 20 years of helping others to invest—is that sometimes the best way to think positively is to confront the negative thoughts that wash
When you’re trained to invest in apartments, it’s nothing like being back in school.
The Right Way to Invest in Apartments If you’re thinking about investing in apartments, this article will save you a lot of time and grief. I can confidently say that because I’ve taught many thousands of real estate investors from all walks of life over the last 20 years, so I have a good handle
Landlord and property manager: I’ve been there When I’m in need of some amusement, I’ll occasionally browse through real estate investing forums to see what’s being discussed. I often will leave with a sort of pitiful smile on my face, given some of the nonsense that’s out there. Don’t get me wrong: it’s perfectly fine
When I first started to buy smaller multi-family properties, I used no-money-down techniques. The reason was simple: I had no money.
The “Unlucky Seven” Real Estate Investing Mistakes People Make when Raising Private Money to Fund Their Deals
If you spend any amount of time around me, you will know that I’m a pretty positive kind of guy. I don’t like to dwell on the negative, and instead focus on whatever positives I can extract from a situation. I think that a positive mindset is an important factor to becoming successful. Even so,
How Most People View Apartment Investments In my professional career as a real estate investor and mentor to other investors, I’ve done two things a LOT: Invest in apartments, and make presentations to people thinking about investing in apartments. In the presentations, I explain the kind of money that it’s possible to make in apartment
We’re in that time of year when people have long since made their new year’s resolutions—maybe while having one glass too many of champagne—and by now, most or all of those resolutions are in serious trouble. One study found that 80 percent of new year’s resolutions are toast by the second week in February. I’m
When kids are learning about the world, pretty quickly they get a sense about what jobs are hard and easy, glamorous and boring, well-paying and not. When I was growing up, there was a conventional attitude that the smart kids from wealthy families would become doctors or lawyers. After all, their parents were doctors and