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In the middle of a health pandemic, a shifting real estate market, and with tightening lender requirements, can you not only complete a 1031-Exchange, but will you end up in a better financial position?

WATCH NOW as I interview a local apartment investor who just completed his 1031-Exchange 2 weeks ago, and from start to finish it took less than 2 months to complete. More impressive is the fact he found his new property (what we call the up-leg property) in the EXACT neighborhood he wanted (location), for under market value (right price) and increased his total number of units owned (exponential growth). That is how you create a Financial Legacy!

He and I discuss:
1. The exact step-by-step process to his success
2. How to structure a deal in light of the current health pandemic
3. How to be a proactive buyer that sellers want to work with
4. How to pick your team of advisors for the journey|
And Much More…

Achieve a 14+% Return in Multi-Family Investments…Learn How Today!

In a rent-controlled world should you go through the energy and the expense of vacating tenants, or should you be happy with the regulated Rent Cap Increases? It depends on your target rental rate and your target tenant clientele.

In this Week’s Video, I give you the financial breakdown of my most recent remodel project which consisted of vacating an entire apartment building! Sounds scary I know, but the payout is HUGE!

This is the final installment in a 4 part series as I attempt to assist those owners who avoid extreme renovations because they assume the process is too much hassle, they do not have the “know-how”, fear that the process is too costly, or incorrectly assume the final payout does not justify the capital investment.

What is my goal? Bottom Line – I want to help landlords obtain maximum cash-flow (especially in a rent-controlled market). In my opinion, owning multi-family investments should be extremely financially rewarding, while at the same time not overly consuming of your time. Second, by completing these types of improvements, when it is time to sell, a buyer will happily over-pay for your property because your rental rates & the condition of the property justifies above-market pricing!!!

Today we wrap up answering YOUR Top 15 Questions given the current crisis of trying to manage rental properties amidst the pandemic. For nearly 2 months the way landlords manage their rental properties has been affected, either by the economic fallout of the current health crisis, or the politicians who have issued a full assault against landlords. Either way, you still have to manage the day to day operations of being a landlord and this information will help you do just that!

In Today’s Show, both myself and Deepen Shah, Investment Associate here at The Apartment Dealer, continue answering your questions on all things multi-family. (If you missed Part 1 click here to watch now!)

In TODAY’S VIDEO we cover:
• Market Rent in a Post Pandemic Era?
• What Can You Do as an Investor That Your Future Self Will Thank You For 5, 10, and 15 Years From Now?
• How to Gain an Additional 60-120 Days in Addition to the Traditional 180 Days for Completing a 1031-Exchange
• Buy, Sell, Hold, Hide… What Are Multi-Family Investors Contemplating Right Now?
And Much More…

15 Multi-Family Insider Tips to Help Landlords Succeed Now! – Part 1

Today in Part 1 of our 2 Part Series, we address YOUR Top 15 Questions given the current crisis of trying to manage rental properties amidst the pandemic. For nearly 2 months the way landlords manage their rental properties has been affected, either by the economic fallout of the current health crisis, or the politicians who have issued a full assault against landlords. Either way, you still have to manage the day to day operations of being a landlord and this information will help you do just that!

In Today’s Show, both myself and Deepen Shah, Investment Associate here at The Apartment Dealer, take your questions on all things multi-family. We have the same concerns every other landlord has, both for our clients, and for our personal investments. Being connected with some of the most successful investors in the multi-family business, coupled with the network of industry leading advisors whom we seek counsel from continuously, it’s with that insight that we address your questions today.

In TODAY’S VIDEO we cover:
• How Do You Manage Cash-Flow On Leveraged Properties During This Health Crisis?
• Creative Ways to Collect 100% of Your Rental Income
• Should You Fill Vacant Units or Wait for Executive Orders to be Lifted?
• Has the Market Been Impacted and Why?
And Much More…

Landlords Need Cash Reserves As Banks Tighten Lending
Cash is King & The Cure For Landlords Facing Issues From Corona Virus

Corona Virus Taking a Toll On Commercial Banks…and Indirectly Impacting Landlords of ALL sizes.

With the slow down of the economy over the last 30 days landlords are being impacted in a number of ways from delayed rent payments to issues processing evictions. One issue also impacting landlords, but maybe not so obvious, is the fact the landscape for commercial loans has changed dramatically. Overnight many banks have increased their rates by 1%, cut loan amounts drastically, and changed the fundamentals of how much cash reserves they require a borrower to have in the bank.

How does that impact you if you are not in the market for a new loan?

It impacts the product you own and will force CAP Rates in an upward direction which means a hit to property values. Bottom line- whether you plan to buy, sell, or hold real estate, the commercial lending market impacts you as an owner of multi-family properties.

In today’s show, I interview Gil Figueroa, 30-year Commercial Broker Veteran, on all things multi-family. We cover everything from the new lending requirements, problems with forbearance agreements, to ensuring you maximize profits in these turbulent times. The next few minutes will empower you as a consumer, landlord, and investor.

In TODAY’S VIDEO we cover:
• Why have commercial banks increased their interest rates and what can that tell us about the economy
• How the new terms to qualify for a commercial loan will impact property values
• How much cash reserves you must have in the bank not only to qualify for a loan, but to ensure you can weather the storm ahead
• Why you should avoid forbearance agreements at all costs
And Much More…

Government Gives Away $3 Trillion Dollars – How Much of This $$$ Will Help You?

Over the last month, the government has injected a tremendous amount of cash into the economy, an effort not seen since 2008 when we experienced the Great Recession. As multi-family investors struggle with non-payment of rents over the coming months, how much, if any of this money will assist YOU?

In TODAY’S VIDEO, I interview Steve Hall who runs one of Southern California’s largest tax firms. Steve walks us through the possible loan scenarios you may qualify for included in the new Government Aid, and how to MAXIMIZE your tax savings in 2020.

We Discuss:
• CARES Act – Do Landlords Qualify for Government Loans & How Do You Apply?
• How to Utilize a Net Loss in 2020 to Get a TAX REFUND From Years 2015-2019!
• How to Restructure Your Stock Portfolio to pay 0% Gain When the Market Rebounds!
• Will Quantitative Easing Cause Hyperinflation for our Economy?
And Much More…

Let’s face it, in light of recent events life has changed as a Landlord. Tenants have suffered substantial job loss given the recent economic crisis, which in turn is causing a loss of rents for landlords. Not to mention all the various other items that will impact landlords such as no eviction policies, tumbling property values, and rising interest rates.

Bottom Line –  As Landlords, we need to know how to deal with the crisis at hand, design a game plan to mitigate our losses, and prepare for the opportunities that exist in the days ahead!

Courtrooms Say No Evictions Until September…Landlords Can You Wait 6-12 Months for Rent?

If you have not heard, the Judicial Council of CA has stated no Eviction Cases will proceed in the courts until 90 Days AFTER the Governor ends our quarantine. Dennis Block, Eviction of 40+ Years has recommendations on how to deal with the situation at hand (and it does not include laying down and being pushed around.) In TODAY’S VIDEO Dennis and I Discuss:
• Should a Landlord Start an Eviction Proceeding For Non-Payment of Rent?
• How Do Landlords Collect Past Due Rent if the Government Says NO Payments Are Due for 6-12 Months?
• Given the Backlog in the Courtrooms, Could Landlords Go Up to A Year With No Cash-Flow?
• Thousands of Eviction Cases Are on Hold – How Do You Get Your Case to the Front of the Line?
• And Much More…

As if these times were not hard enough, now that many tenants have lost their jobs, the government wants to put the financial burden on the backs of landlords. Where is the government aid for Landlords?

Bottom Line – No one is coming to save your apartments.

Landlords need to get educated on how to deal with the crisis at hand, have a team of professionals that can assist them, and a game plan to implement now.

Last week the Judicial Council of California enacted a NO EVICTION POLICY which prohibits tenant evictions for any reason starting from today, until 90 Days from AFTER the Governor determines to end the stay at home order that is currently in place. (read the full article here). Meaning, if our Governor lifts the stay at home order on May 1st, NO Evictions will be processed until September 1st!

If that was not bad enough there currently is a proposed assembly bill, AB 828 (read the full bill here) which would allow judges to demand you lower your rental rates by 25%.

In Today’s Video, I interview Steven Spierer, Real Estate Attorney of 40 years and investor of 2,000+ multi-family units, to help us make sense of the assault that is being brought forth by politicians against Landlords. Today we discuss:
• How Do Landlords Proceed With an Eviction in Light of the New Judicial Order?
• How Do You Deal Legally & Ethically With Tenants Who Try To Use The No Eviction System Against You the Landlord?
• How Do You Communicate With Tenants, Service Vendors, and Rent Vacant Units Legally While There is a Social Distancing Rule in Place?
• Can a Landlord Get Sued if a Tenant Claims They Contracted The Corona Virus From a Property Amenity Such as the Laundry Room?
• And Much More…

We are technically only on Day 22 of the statewide “Stay at Home Order” and Landlords are already feeling the effects. In Today’s VIDEO, I discuss the current condition of the Multi-Family Market and share with you some Landlord Resources. Visit this link to access the resources.

Given the current economic crisis, I understand the next 2-3 months (hopefully not longer) will be rough for landlords as they compete to collect rent while their tenants may be out of work. As a landlord myself I am going through the same struggle, and today I give you access to the information and resources that are being shared with me from the leading authorities in the marketplace. 

Now more than ever factual market data, combined with a personalized investment game-plan, is key for landlords. In today’s video, I cover:
• What do Apartment Sales from the last 3 weeks tell us about Market Direction?
• State Of California Bans ALL Evictions (For Any Reason)
• Landlord Resources & Strategies to Protect Our Investments
• Tenant Resources (The More $ They Have The More Likely Your Rent is Paid)
• And Much More…

If Your Tenants Are Out of Work Until June 1st How Do You Collect Rent?

With the current hysteria surrounding the Corona Virus, and as supermarket shelves still struggle to stock everyday supplies, both the State and the Nation have made moves to protect tenants from evictions. Most recently the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom announced a 90 Day Ban on Evictions in effect Until June 1st. Read the full article here.

So the question is, what do landlords do with tenants who seek protection under this Moratorium and fail to pay rent? Now, of course, there are legal ramifications for tenants and last week I sent you videos from two real estate attorneys on how to tackle the legal side of this issue.

In Today’s VIDEO, I want to share some practical advice to ensure you do not go the next 2 months with no cash-flow. I explain what I am doing with my personal rental properties to make sure I collect at least 80% of the rent or more, and it actually has tenants paying rent early for April! Click here to download the letter.

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
As the Corona Virus Pandemic began to overtake the nation, and as the State of California announced a 90 Day Moratorium Against Tenant Evictions, I brought together some of the brightest minds in the real estate industry to conduct a Live Educational Webinar to address the current economic crisis and to discuss all things relating to Multi-Family Ownership.

Our Panel of Presenters:

• Kris German – Multi-Family/Apartments Specialist
• Dennis Block – Real Estate Eviction Attorney (200,000+ Evictions)
• Steven Hall – Real Estate Tax Consultant & Investor  
• Steven Spierer – Real Estate Attorney, Radio Show Host & Investor
• Gil Figueroa – Commercial Mortgage Lender & Investor
• Bruce Norris – Market Forecaster and Investor

In 2008 many people were wiped out financially. They lacked the right information and made all the wrong decisions. They had fallen victim to the emotion in the market and put reason aside. In this Video Series we discuss what is the reality in the marketplace, fact vs fiction, how do you prepare, and what opportunities lie ahead. Our panel of experts have several decades of experience, in various real estate cycles, and they share their knowledge and insights with you in this video series.

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
Landlords this is your survival guide amidst the current economic issues we face. In this video Dennis Block, Real Estate Attorney & Eviction Specialist offers his advice on how to deal with the issues that will surely rise on April 1st as a landlord to collect rent. Let’s face it, in light of recent events, life is going to change as a Landlord. Tenants are going to lose jobs given the recent economic crisis, which in turn is going to cause a loss of rents for landlords. Not to mention all the various other items that were already making apartment ownership difficult.

With the current hysteria surrounding the Corona Virus, and as supermarket shelves grow empty of everyday supplies, both the State and the Nation have made moves to protect tenants from evictions. Most recently the Governor of California, Gavin Newsom announced a 90 Day Moratorium on Evictions. Read the full article here. 

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
In this video Steven Spierer, Real Estate Attorney of 40 years and investor of 2,000+ multi-family units offers his advice on how to deal with the issues that will surely arise from the current economic situation such as:
• What if a Tenant sues you claiming the cleanliness of your property caused them to catch the Corona Virus?
• Can you use security deposits to cover lost rent during this timeframe?
• What if you started an eviction before the Eviction Moratorium, now what?
• And Much More…

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
Today I would like to transition and focus on market indicators and investment strategy. Now more than ever factual market data, combined with a personalized investment game-plan, is key for landlords. In today’s video, I cover the investment strategies used by some of the most successful multi-family investors in the market today.

We will cover:
• What the 2008 Real Estate Crash Can Tell Us About Our Current Market
• Attracting a Better Type of Tenant (Who Has $ to Pay Rent)
• How to Preserve & Maximize Your Current Properties
• Growing Your Real Estate Portfolio & Net Cash-Flow in a Rent Controlled Market
• What Market Indicators an Investor Should be Tracking in Order to Properly Plan Their Exit From Real Estate
• And Much More…

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
In today’s VIDEO, we have Bruce Norris, real estate market forecaster and investor of 4 decades, weigh in on the state of the market given the current pandemic.

In this video, Bruce offers insight regarding:
• Direction of the Market Given Capital Market Issues
• Will this be a minor setback in the economy or an economic Recession, or even worse, a Depression
• Interest Rates headed Up, Down, Sideways?
• And Much More…

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
Last week the government injected a tremendous amount of cash into the economy, an effort not seen since 2008 when we experienced the Great Recession! So what is in the fine print for landlords?

In today’s VIDEO, we have Steve Hall, certified EA & CPA, who runs one of Southern California’s largest tax firms. Steve walks us through the implications for landlords of the government’s actions as well as:
• Extension of Tax Filing Deadlines
• How to Maximize Your Tax Savings From Losses in Your Stock Portfolio
• Will The Government Suspend Payroll Taxes
• Potential Carry Back of Net Losses
• And Everything Else You Need to Know about the “Trump” Tax Code Given today’s Economic Circumstances

2020 Apartment Owners’ Educational Luncheon
Whether you plan to buy, sell, or hold real estate, the fact that the government has stopped the entire economy for an extended period of time is going to impact landlords of all sizes. In today’s video, we have Gil Figueroa, commercial loan broker and capital market advisor of 3 decades, who weighs in on the state of the market given the current pandemic.

In this video Gil offers insight regarding:
• Direction of the Market Given Capital Market Issues
• Will this be a minor setback in the economy or an economic Recession, or even worse, a Depression
• Interest Rates headed Up, Down, Sideways?
• And Much More…

Park Remodel: Episode 3
In a rent-controlled world should you vacate tenants or be happy with the Rent Cap Increases? It depends on your target rental rate and your target tenant clientele. In this Week’s Video, I give you an update on the status of my most recent remodel project which consisted of vacating an entire apartment building! Sounds scary I know, and honestly a first for me as well, but the payout will be HUGE! This is the 3rd installment in a 4 part series as I attempt to assist those owners who avoid extreme renovations because they assume the process is too much hassle, they do not have the “know-how”, fear that the process is too costly, or incorrectly assume the final payout does not justify the capital investment. What is my goal? Bottom Line – I want to help landlords obtain maximum cash-flow (especially in a rent-controlled market). In my opinion, owning multi-family investments should be extremely financially rewarding, while at the same time not overly consuming of your time. Second, by completing these types of improvements, when it is time to sell, a buyer will happily over-pay for your property because your rental rates & the condition of the property justifies above-market pricing!!!

Park Remodel: Episode 2
I Vacated ALL Units of a 5 Unit Multi-Family Complex Let Me Show You Why! In a rent-controlled world should you vacate tenants or be happy with the Rent Cap Increases? It depends on your target rental rate and your target tenant clientele. In this Week’s Video, I give you an update on the status of my most recent remodel project which consisted of vacating an entire apartment building! Sounds scary I know, and honestly a first for me as well, but the payout will be HUGE! This is the 2nd installment in a 4 part series as I attempt to assist those owners who avoid extreme renovations because they assume the process is too much hassle, they do not have the “know-how”, fear that the process is too costly, or incorrectly assume the final payout does not justify the capital investment.

Park Remodel: Episode 1
New Rent Cap = 5% + CPI…Let Me Show You How to Beat That! I Refuse to Be a Victim of Rent Control…Will You Join Me? Landlords welcome to the world of limited rent increases. As of January 1, 2020, we now live in a rent-controlled state. Ridiculous I know, but rather than dwell on the negative, let’s beat the system! WATCH NOW as I walk you through one of my personal rehab projects of a multi-family property that I recently purchased. The tips I share not only allowed me to vacate ALL tenants legally (who were paying under market rent), but will also enable me to achieve as much rent as the market will bear…and then some!

Steven Spierer Esq. Weighs in on Landlord Challenges With New Rent Control Law & Much More.

This week I sit down with Steven Spierer, one of Southern California’s most renowned real estate attorneys to discuss:
• Best Practices to Not Become Victim to a Tenant Lawsuit
• #1 Rule to Follow if You Are Looking to Lose in the Courtroom
• It is Not a Matter if Rent Control Will Get Stricter, the Question is When and How to Prepare
• How to Successfully Grow Your Portfolio But Not Your Legal Troubles

WATCH NOW as Steve and I discuss those items currently affecting landlords, and what you should be aware of as you navigate the hostel environment of multi-family management.

Today I Interview Eviction Attorney Dennis Block With Respect to the Eviction Process Under the New Rent Control Law. Imagine this scenario…4 years from now you are subpoenaed and brought to court in a civil lawsuit because 2,3, or even 4 years prior you miscalculated a rental increase under the new Rent Control bill. What if you were only off by 1/2%? What if you calculated based on the wrong CPI index, or failed to roll back rents because you, or even your legal advisor misinterpreted the law?

One thing is for sure, this new rent control bill is ambiguous and unclear. So today I sit down and interview Dennis Block, Eviction Attorney extraordinaire. Dennis has been involved in more than 200,000 eviction cases and looks to shed light on:
• How to Follow the new Rent Control bill to the letter of the law
• The Eviction Process in light of Rent Control
• Common Mistakes Landlords Make & Why They Lose Evictions
• Penalties for Landlords Under the New Rent Control Law
• Late Fee Guidelines (Chances Are Your Rental Agreement is Illegal)

Straight Answers On the Current State of the Real Estate Market. If you had to guess which state is most friendly to business, has the greatest percentage of migration of the country’s population, and has the greatest influx of wealth per household? Here is a hint…NOT CALIFORNIA!

WATCH NOW as Bruce and I discuss those items affecting CA Real Estate values, and what you should be aware of as you contemplate your next real estate transaction. Bruce Norris, one of Southern California’s most notable real estate Market Forecasters shares his insights on:
• The current state of the California real estate market
• Why our state’s population is migrating elsewhere at a significant rate
• Why Home Values Are Suffering
• And whether there are any signs of a market correction in the near future

New Bank Requirements I Interest Rates Change Direction I Do You Get Approved? Whether you buy, sell, or hold, the commercial lending market impacts you as an owner of multi-family properties. In today’s show I interview Gil Figueroa, a 25-year Commercial Broker Veteran, on all things multi-family. We cover everything from new bank requirements, to ensuring you maximize profits as an investor. The next few minutes will empower you as a consumer, landlord, and investor.

In Today’s Video, We Cover Everything You Need to Know About the 1031-Exchange Process. WATCH NOW as I interview Greg Burns of IPX 1031 Exchange Services. Greg has two decades of experience working with investors like you when in the exchange process. WATCH NOW as we discuss the common mistakes and misconceptions when it comes to the 1031-Exchange Process, how to properly plan a 1031-Exchange, and most importantly, how to grow your real estate portfolio and increase your income. Whether you have ever completed an exchange or not, I encourage you to tune in as we discuss:
• Common Mistakes Investors Make When in the Exchange Process
• How to Differentiate one Accommodator From Another To Protect Your $$$
• How to Plan the Exchange Process Properly
• Can You Extend the 45 Day Identification Period?
• The 3 Rules of Properly Identifying Your Next Investment
• How to Purchase Property For Your Children While in an Exchange
• Purchasing a Vacation Home As Your Exchange Property…and much more!

Maywood Remodel: Episode 3
I Increased my rental rate from $900 to $1,400 Per Month! How??? In this Week’s Video, I walk you through all the expenses associated with the remodel project I have been walking you through over the last couple of weeks. This is the final installment of our 3 part series as I attempt to assist those owners who avoid extreme renovations because they assume the process is too much hassle, they do not have the “know-how”, fear that the process is too costly, or incorrectly assume the final payout does not justify the capital investment. What is my goal? Bottom Line – I want to help landlords obtain maximum cash-flow (especially in a rent-controlled market). In my opinion, owning multi-family investments should be extremely financially rewarding, while at the same time not overly consuming of your personal time. Second, by completing these types of improvements, when it is time to sell, a buyer will happily over-pay for your property because your rental rates & the condition of the property justify above-market pricing!!!

Maywood Remodel: Episode 2
I Increased my rental rate from $900 to $1,400 Per Month! How??? In this Week’s Video, I reveal the final product of the remodel project I have been walking you through over the last couple of weeks. This is the 2nd installment in a 3 part series as I attempt to assist those owners who avoid extreme renovations because they assume the process is too much hassle, they do not have the “know-how”, fear that the process is too costly, or incorrectly assume the final payout does not justify the capital investment. What is my goal? Bottom Line – I want to help landlords obtain maximum cash-flow (especially in a rent-controlled market). In my opinion, owning multi-family investments should be extremely financially rewarding, while at the same time not overly consuming of your personal time. Second, by completing these types of improvements, when it is time to sell, a buyer will happily over-pay for your property because your rental rates & the condition of the property justify above-market pricing!!!

Maywood Remodel: Episode 1
I took My Rental Rate from $900 to $1,400, Here’s How… If you have attended one of my recent educational events you are familiar with the fact that I have discussed what improvements increase your rental rates by the greatest amount when completing a remodel. I have covered at length what tenant demographic pays the highest rent, and what amenities your unit should offer in order to attract these “customers.” Realizing many landlords are hesitant to spend what they perceive as an elaborate amount of money on a remodel, I have decided to walk you through the process on video as we initially estimate one of my own projects. Over the next couple weeks, we will go through the construction phase, and then I will give a final round-up of what the financials tell us about the final payout.

All Cities in CA Now Have Rent Control. Get Informed to Ensure You Are In Compliance! The state of California has implemented Rent Control in ALL cities. Under this new law (AB 1482) ALL Multi-Family (Apartment) properties are subject to Rent Control if built prior to 2004. As the current bill is drafted now, the items of most concern are:
• Rent Cap of 5% Annually + Cost of Living Index
• If you have raised your rents after March 15th, 2019 and the amount of that increase exceeded the proposed rent cap percentage, you must revert the tenants rent back to the rental rate that was in place on March 15th of this year, plus the proposed rent cap increase
• All evictions must fall under “Just Cause” which limits an owner’s ability to deal with troublesome tenants and is at a Judge’s discretion

If you have not heard by now AB 1482 (California’s statewide RENT CONTROL initiative) is moving along the political channels and is on its way to the Governor’s desk for approval…with no vote needed from you! This week I sit down with Steven Spierer, one of Southern California’s most renowned real estate attorneys to discuss:
• The Reality of Rent Control in California
• Rent Caps, Just Cause Evictions, What You Need to Know 
• Tenant Estoppels vs. Rental Contracts
• Problem Tenants, Tenant Damage, etc.

Which state is most business-friendly, has the greatest percentage of migration of the country’s population, has the greatest influx of wealth per household…NOT CALIFORNIA! Bruce Norris, one of Southern California’s most notable real estate Market Forecasters shares his insights on:
• The current state of the California real estate market
• Why our state’s population is migrating elsewhere at a significant rate
• What a recession could mean to real estate investors
• And whether there are any signs of a market correction in the near future

Whether you buy, sell, or hold, interest rates impact you as an owner of multi-family properties. In today’s short video I interview Gil Figueroa, 25-year Commercial Broker Veteran, on all things multi-family. These 10 minutes will empower you as a consumer, landlord, and investor.

Investor Sells For Nearly 3X’s Original Purchase Price in Just 3 Years of Owning! Here is how:
• $192,000 Per Unit!
• Comprised of (2) 2 Bed/1 Bath SFR & (3) 2 Bed/1 Bath Units
• Desirable Single-Story Construction Situated on a 36,000 SqFt Lot
• Seller Provided Private Financing
• Current Cash on Cash Return: 1.52%; Current GRM: 16.16 • Proforma Cash on Cash Return: 8.49%; Proforma GRM: 11.87
• Kris and Deepen Represented Both Buyer and Seller
• A true “win-win” scenario in which the seller was able to secure an aggressive price, all while maintaining a monthly income similar to his current income, plus relieving himself of all management headaches.

How to Sell Your Property For FULL PRICE! Let’s face it, seller’s still want top dollar regardless of market conditions. In the middle of a real estate market that is in transition, how do you sell for FULL PRICE? WATCH NOW as I interview a local apartment investor, who, after holding his multi-family property for two generations just sold for FULL PRICE. He and I discuss the “how to” on selling for top dollar, and controlling the sales price and terms of any deal.

Your Investment Results Are In! Your 2019 1st Quarter Market Update The First Quarter Results are in for the cities in which you own Multi-Family Investments and we are ready to share the results.