Today on the show we welcome Andrew Campbell, the co-founder at Wildhorn Capital, a multifamily operations group in Central Texas. Currently, they have 1,800 units that are all value ad and within the B to A-minus asset class range. Andrew shares with listeners how they have been doing in-house renovations with great success, partly due to the savings they make on bulk purchases and focusing on those renovations that give you the most bang for your buck. He also discusses the advantages of having the products on hand and using the same ones across all their assets, and why they choose vinyl flooring throughout all their apartments. We switch to discussing the importance of communication between the asset manager, on-site manager, and GCs, and Andrew also gives advice about value add renovations in general.
Key Points From This Episode:
“I think the biggest bang for your buck, I think for us will probably be flooring. We’re a group that does vinyl flooring, we do it throughout the unit, including bedrooms, living rooms, and on upper floors.” — Andrew Campbell [0:03:59]
“I think really being on top of it at the beginning of the process both as you are defining the scope but then as you start that execution to make sure it is sort of unfolding like you think it should” — Andrew Cambell [0:17:12]
“I think being a good asset manager is about being a good communicator with your eyes and ears on sight, which is your management team.” — Andrew Campbell [0:07:40]
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