Get started investing in revenue generating property

Sign up to the insider email list and get exclusive tips and insights that I only share with my private newsletter subscribers.

  • Proven recipes & strategies for property investment
  • Understand the difference between a good and bad deal
  • Get access to local area knowledge & updates for California
We guarantee 100% privacy. Your information is safe.

People are moving again

Bloomberg is out today with an article confirming that people are, once again, moving around the country. This is a big deal for the real estate business. The Great Recession essentially froze people in place, because they couldn’t sell their (underwater) homes and had little confidence in finding work in other cities. This was really

Who passes on a 7% unlevered deal?

We just cancelled escrow on a deal that I thought was pretty likely to end up a 7% unlevered return. How do you pass up a deal like that, particularly in this market? I know this is going to sound crazy to long-time readers, but, sometimes, it’s not about the numbers. On this particular deal,

Heading to RealShare tomorrow

Tomorrow, am headed to RealShare, which is the premier LA multifamily event. Why?   A huge part of doing deals is having the relationships necessary to get your offer picked over others’. Those relationships generally get created during deals. The more you close, and the better you behave, the more brokers like you. But it’s easy

Restaurants and bars and Historic Filipinotown

At Adaptive, we’re 100% focused on multifamily. But that doesn’t stop us from observing what’s going on with other asset classes in our little submarkets. And, recently, I’ve become convinced that there is are opportunities for smaller, food and beverage-driven retail along both Temple and Beverly, south of the 101 in Historic Filipinotown. Driven by the

In, out, and (possibly) back into the brokerage business

Regular readers of this blog have probably noticed a shift in our business here at Adaptive. When I first started writing, roughly five years ago, we were knowledge-rich but capital poor. We knew a ton about buying, renovating, leasing, managing and selling apartment buildings from our experience doing 12 deals between 2008-2012 through Better Dwellings. But

Page 2 of 19112345...102030...Last »