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Finishing up a really nice little deal

Regular readers know we’re not sellers; once we complete a renovation and lease the property back up, we refinance, return capital to our investors, then hold. The downside of this strategy is that it can take some time before Adaptive gets to participate in the cashflow generated from the property. Even when we are able

Long term holds

Why do real estate private equity investors sell assets? After all, most private owners of real estate generating really nice cashflow hold forever. And selling forces you to either re-place the capital via a 1031 exchange under duress (eg with a short window) or to pay huge tax bills. So, again, why do the smartest

Why we’re selling 2727 E 4th St.

Regular readers know I’m not a fan of selling LA real estate, particularly in improving neighborhoods. So, why are we selling 2727 E 4th St. in Boyle Heights? The fund that owns it has a structure¬†which requires we meet a certain yield threshold to keep pace with the investors. To get the yield up above

What’s my apartment building worth?

Every once in a while, I take a look at the Google Analytics for this site to try to get a sense for what people are searching for to end up here. Turns out a ton of people are trying to figure out what their apartment buildings are worth. This is the kind of question

Why would I sell?

“Do you have anything in your portfolio that you’re considering selling?” I get that question at the end of almost every conversation I have with a broker. And it makes sense, right? You don’t get business without asking for it. But the answer is, most assuredly, “No, and I probably won’t sell ever again.” Once

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