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Today at Adaptive

Apologies for the sporadic posting; we have a lot of things cooking this week. In case you wonder what life is like here at Adaptive, today we are: Attending an appraisal of 830-832 N Beaudry, a building we renovated via Fund 3 and which we are now refinancing; Attending an HPOZ meeting to figure out

229 S Avenue 60 is done

Thought you’d appreciate seeing pics of our latest project, a seven unit building on Avenue 60 in Highland Park. The units are pretty awesome and come with lots of parking. Best of all, they’re walking distance to all the interesting galleries, bars, restaurants on Figueroa. There’s a one bed at and six three beds at

Why we don’t have a long-term lending relationship

Got a call from a lender the other day. He had seen a loan broker with whom we work shopping one of our deals and was irked that we hadn’t come to him first. I get where he’s coming from, on one level. We’ve done several loans together, so he feels like he should have first

What we talk about when we talk about appreciation

Have been doing some thinking about appreciation and how it affects our business. First, what is appreciation? It is the tendency, over time, of the price of real estate (in Los Angeles, anyway) to increase. A bit of clarification: Obviously, there is no guarantee that real estate will increase in price over any particular time

363 S Leslie is fully leased

You may remember 363 S Leslie, a 4plex we recently completed in Highland Park. Here’s a pic to jog your memory: Am happy to report that leasing is done. Better yet: Our rents came in materially higher than we originally pro forma’d. So, instead of the 6.3% unlevered yield we expected out of the property, I

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