Results for ‘Building Adaptive’ category

A short book recommendation

Am super busy today with deals and hiring, so this is going to be a short piece. Want to plug a business book which anyone interested in marketing, even tangentially, should definitely read: Permission Marketing by Seth Godin. It’s an old book… more than a decade now. But it’s timeless, because, unlike lots of marketing

Found another good one

Is it really hard to find deals right now? Yes, it is. The market for income property continues to be very hot. And yet we just went into contract on a 12 unit with optimally-sized units and parking in a good location for ~$200 / sq ft. That’s a good deal now, but it also

Do you want to pay the price?

Every morning, when I’m leaving the gym, I ask myself one question: Did I pay the price? What I mean by that is: Did I put in the effort necessary to get the result I want? It’s kind of a gut check, just to see if I really tried or if, for whatever reason, I slacked.

Update on 830-832 N Beaudry

Today, we’re putting the finishing touches on 830-832 Beaudry, a 7 unit building we renovated through Adaptive Realty Fund 3. This project ran into some hurdles and was delayed approximately three months past its scheduled completion date. Some of the delay was unavoidable, but most of it was the contractor failing to supply sufficient labor

Some rehab pics

Visited a smaller building we bought three months ago. About six months from now, these are going to be six of the nicest three bed units around, though you certainly can’t tell from how they look now!

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