I love Quora, the question and answer site. But, multiple times per day, people post questions like “Is buying an apartment building a good investment?” or “Should I buy stock?” or whatever. These are dumb questions, because whether an asset is good to buy is 100% determined by the price. For example: Imagine a run-down buildingon a
One of the key insights in Howard Mark’s book, The Most Important Thing, which I love, is that you can’t predict a recession with any certainty. All you can do is (i) know that the pendulum always swings back; and (ii) observe where the pendulum is currently. It’s pretty clear that the pendulum is currently
As the economy has continued to improve, both nationally and here in LA, it has become harder and harder to find deals worth doing. That said, it’s definitely not impossible. Today, we are closing on a deal with the following characteristics: Currently a vacant triplex Paying $220 / sq ft Suitable for conversion into a
Just finished another 4plex. Think these are among the best 3 bed apartments we’ve ever done.
A lot of people in real estate HATE residential property management. Why? Tenants understandably get pretty upset when they’re paying good money for an apartment and things break. And, on the flip side, no one calls up her landlord when things are going great and says “Hey! Thanks for my apartment! It’s wonderful!” So the business