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Keep talking

I spend an unbelievable amount of time either negotiating myself or quarterbacking other peoples’ negotiations. This doesn’t mean I’m good at it. In fact, I think I’m probably only an average negotiator, at best. But it does mean I’ve learned some things. And the most important of these is: Keep talking. Fairly often, I find

The difficulty in building a money management business

Had an interesting dinner last night with a couple of guys who work for other people but are thinking about going out on their own to do deals. Found myself explaining the difficulty inherent in doing so and think it might interest you, my readers. The money management business is fundamentally amazing at scale. Here’s

What I did yesterday

From the “This Ain’t Just Capital Deployment” files: What did you do at your job yesterday? Me? Oh, I negotiated and then personally oversaw voluntary move-out by a guy who had been arrested for threatening his neighbors with an ax. Of course, I brought along two armed guards, plus a crew to help move his

938 White Knoll is done

We’re just finishing up renovations on this 9 unit property on behalf of another investor group. The property is fully leased and, in my opinion, pretty damn awesome. Take a look at the before and after shots below:

Using a tenants-in-common structure for 1031 proceeds

Over the past six months, we at Adaptive have got a crash course in tenants-in-common deals and I think this may open a new avenue for growth in our business. To understand why, you first need to understand what a TIC deal is: A tenants-in-common situation is one in which multiple owners possess a property

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