Whenever I’m out raising capital for an opportunity, I get asked the following question: How much of your own money are you putting in? I understand why people ask. They are trying to determine how much conviction I have in the opportunity. The more I put in, the more conviction I have that this is
Just finished work on the deck for our new fund*, and thought I’d share a “philosophy” slide of which I’m particularly proud. Veteran investors / sponsors will notice that our way of thinking about deals differs dramatically from those of most real estate private equity shops. For example, as you will see below, we refuse,
Want to add my voice to those urging people to vote against Prop 10. Oh, you say, what a surprise! A real estate guy who dislikes rent control! Shocking! But, honestly, we’ve learned how to make money for ourselves and our investors under rent control. The more buildings that are subject to rent control, the
We’re in lease-up on a wonderful complex in East Hollywood. Have posted some pics below. If you’re interested in a beautiful 2 bedroom apartment walking distance to Sunset Junction and the Red Line with parking and private outdoor space, reach out to Krystal [at] adaptiverealty [dot] com.
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