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Dealing with tenant mental health issues

In light of the UCLA shootings, thought I’d spend some time today writing about an under-appreciated problem in property management: Dealing with tenants with mental health issues. If you supply rental housing in Los Angeles, your tenant base will skew towards people in their 20s and 30s. Unfortunately, the mid 20s is usually the time in

Dealing with leasing anxiety

We’re going through a period of intense leasing, with multiple new buildings opening up over the course of, say, 3-4 months. Long term, this is a good thing. It means we’re finishing projects we started, in some cases, years ago, fulfilling the promises we made to investors. And, in a lot of cases, it means

The money coursing through Adaptive

Yesterday, in the afternoon, I signed seven new residential leases for an average of roughly $2500 / month. It got me thinking about how weird it is that we consider leases on a monthly payment basis and about how much money is actually going through our office each month. After all, those seven leases represented

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

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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