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Understanding and Evaluating Preferred Equity Investments

In today’s fluctuating market, with frequent mentions of a potential recession, finding investments that can outpace inflation and safeguard your hard-earned cash is crucial. One effective strategy is incorporating preferred equity into your portfolio. Preferred equity offers stable, predictable income with less volatility than common stocks and potentially better returns than money market accounts. Backed … Read more

Investing in Short Term Rentals – Michael Elefante

Michael Elefante talks about short term rental, best real estate podcast

The Real Estate Investor Podcast interviewed Michael Elefante. Michael is the founder of BNB Investor Academy that has helped over 1,000 people find, invest, and design and manage short-term rentals successfully.  Michael is also the co-founder of Home Team Vacation Rentals, a property management company built to streamline investments for homeowners, and Somerled Designs, a … Read more

Peter Linneman – 2023 Economic Outlook

Multifamily 2023 economic outlook with Peter Linneman, best real estate podcast, real estate investing podcast

We were honored to talk with Peter Linneman on our podcast about the multifamily 2023 economic outlook. Peter is the Founding Principal of Linneman Associates, LLC, a leading real estate advisory firm. For more than 40 years, he has advised leading corporations and served on over 20 public and private boards, including serving as Chairman … Read more

Kathy Fettke – Opportunity Ahead in the Current Economy?

Kathy Fettke, opprtunity ahead and economic outlook

We recently interviewed Kathy Fettke about the economy on the Real Estate Investor Podcast. Kathy is the author of the number one bestseller, Retire Rich with Rentals, is a frequent guest on CNN, CBS, CNBC, and more and she’s the host of three podcasts, The Real Wealth Show, Real Estate News for Investors, and On … Read more

Brandon Turner – Strategies for Building a Team in Real Estate

Brandon Turner podcast interview Building a Team in Real Estate

We were honored to have Brandon Turner on the Real Estate Investor Podcast to discuss building a team. For those that don’t know Brandon, he is the founder and managing member of Open Door Capital, bestselling author with over one million copies sold and the past host of BiggerPockets Podcast with over 100 million downloads. … Read more

Investors Suffer Loss From Aggressive Apartment Syndicator

foreclosure, multifamily investor loss

In our last blog, Evaluating the Sponsor, we mentioned that there will likely be syndicators who will be forced to leave the business.  Unfortunately, it has started with the recent announcement of the $229MM multifamily foreclosure in Houston, TX, and there will likely be more to come. While details are still coming out, we believe … Read more

How do you Evaluate the Sponsor?

evaluating the sponsor

As a multifamily operator, we look forward to getting past these volatile times and into a more predictable lending environment but unfortunately there will likely be some casualties in the syndication business.  Trouble will come from inexperienced operators who were ill equipped to handle unexpected and prolonged adversity or did not conduct proper risk management, … Read more

What are the Best Asset Classes For The Next 5 to 10 Years?

asset classes to invest in 2003

Our Director of Investor Relations recently spoke on a panel at THE MULTIFAMILY AP360 Summit multifamilyap360.com where they discussed the best asset classes to invest in over the next 5 to 10 years.  Here’s a recap of Joe’s comments for those that could not attend. To invest for the next 10 years, it is important … Read more

Back to Reality -The New Normal for Investing

New normal for investing, Investor attitude

We’re not going to beat around the bush and get right to the point.  Investors will need to adjust to a “new normal” just as real estate operators have been adjusting their operations and underwriting to account for the rapidly rising interest rate environment and a looming recession.  This means that investors should expect lower … Read more