Guys, people always ask about apartment renovations. Here are some images of the first unit we completed at South Mountain Square: And here the Matterport What do you guys think?
Guys, over the years I’ve appeared in countless podcasts. I enjoy teaching, and I’ve always felt that this is a fantastic medium to deliver a message. I’ve many times wondered whether I should have my own podcast, but never had the time, or, frankly, the gumption… Until now! I guess I am not nearly as […]
Well, that’s not exactly the whole truth. About $20M was what we paid. The re-positioned stabilized valuation should be $30M+. Introduction I started like many of you – with a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis… Well, perhaps not that. Hopefully not that. Most people look to real estate because they don’t want to work for the […]
Source Capital is excited to announce the acquisition of South Mountain Square Apartments, a 117-unit garden style apartment community. About the Location The South Mountain Square neighborhood is in the South of Phoenix, the 2nd fastest growing city in the country. Phoenix is home to 5 million people, and Maricopa County is the #1 growth […]
There are only three, globally-speaking, options for the type of loan we can get for multifamily. The main distinction comes down to the state and condition of the property itself. Let’s discuss. Portfolio Loan Portfolio loans are loans you can get from a local community bank. These banks are small banks with several locations that serve specific […]
As it relates to things that cost money on a monthly and annualized basis in apartment investing there are two categories of items – those that you stroke a check for every month or year, and those that you don’t. The “stroke a check” category is easy to understand. The money was in your account, […]
I will not buy small property – period! Why you may ask. Because it’s too risky! Two Basic Due Diligence Tasks When buying an apartment building we have two basic tasks relative to the due diligence. One – we have to underwrite the rents very precisely. Two – we have to underwrite expenses very precisely. […]