Results for ‘Building Adaptive’ category

In, out, and (possibly) back into the brokerage business

Regular readers of this blog have probably noticed a shift in our business here at Adaptive. When I first started writing, roughly five years ago, we were knowledge-rich but capital poor. We knew a ton about buying, renovating, leasing, managing and selling apartment buildings from our experience doing 12 deals between 2008-2012 through Better Dwellings. But

Why we love (our) property management business

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

Our latest 4plex renovation

Thought you guys might appreciate seeing pics of our most recently completed project, a very large 4plex which happens to be located next to another of our projects. It’s obviously not the best time of year to be in lease-up, but the units are so special that I think they’ll go quickly.

When liquidity dries up for supposedly liquid funds

When people invest with us, I always warn them not to expect their money back at any particular time. Why? Because real estate is a fundamentally illiquid asset (eg it takes a long time to sell). As long as you’re not a forced seller, you’l probably do very well… but you can get killed if

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