At this point in the cycle, when we consider a new deal, we spend a lot of time thinking about leverage. Mainly, we’re looking at how our pro forma unlevered yield (eg the cap rate we’re trying to hit post renovation) compares to the projected interest rate on the refinance we’ll do at that point.
Just started interior demo on a new, large project in an area we absolutely love. Despite the market being hot, because we bought well, this project is going to end up being a really good one. But, before we get to the fun part where we release beautiful new homes for people to enjoy for
Have been thinking about how amazing it is that a person can own land in LA. I know that’s a weird thing to think about, but stay with me. Land is permanent and, increasing density aside, they’re not making more of it. It’s pretty amazing to me that, through actions taken in the course of
We just closed on the refinancing of an 11 unit apartment building. We bought the building two years ago for $2.65MM, then spent another $900k renovating it, bringing the total investment to ~$3.55MM. Our net loan proceeds on the refi are $3.54MM and we’ve accumulated ~$250k in cash from operations since lease-up. So, today we’re
Two days ago, I wrote about how hot the apartment market has got and promised to talk about how we, and others, are navigating it. Yesterday, I discussed a tactic that kind of works right now, though we can’t use it. Today I want to talk about another way to approach this hot market: By