Just finished a cool five unit building in an area we know really, really well. It’s actually the third building we’ve done on the same block! To be honest, we knew this deal was a great one the moment we got it under contract… it was so good that the broker tried to chase us
Came across a listing for a renovated building yesterday that made me very scared for the potential new owner. To be clear, this was a nicely renovated building, with brand new systems, high-quality finishes, decent taste, etc. And the rents were pretty good – around $2500 for 2 beds with no parking, which, for the
Without quite meaning to, Adaptive has built a brand. How do I know? Well, I get email messages like this: “I am reaching out to make contact as I have come across a few of your listings and think they are right up the lane I am looking for for my upcoming move to Los
Recently, have found myself giving advice to some recent college graduates beginning their careers in business. Figured I’d share here, since plenty of my readers are in the early stages of their careers and this is the advice I wish someone had given me. As always, my advice is worth what you’re paying for it.
If you have a lot of capital, you should mostly ignore conventional retirement advice. Your standard retirement planner assumes that you are going to build up a portfolio of assets over your working life, then liquidate that portfolio to fund your retirement. Because you will need to begin to liquidate at a certain date (say,