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At RealShare

Am spending most of the day today at RealShare, the big real estate conference in Century City. If you’re attending, too, come say hello. I’ll be the guy with the inappropriately shaggy hair and beard (because I’m not selling anything).

A post about habits

When I was getting started, I read every real estate book I could get my hands on. Most of them were pretty dumb. A few were helpful. One, the name of which escapes me, contained some advice which I found really odd at the time. There was an entire chapter devoted to the importance of regular

The two sides of our business

One of the weird things about our business is how different it looks to Jon and me. On my end, most deals are almost abstract. I can tell from the location, the building, the existing rents, and the price whether we can make money and how much. For me, then, it’s mostly about passively looking

Why we’re different buyers

Had an inspection today of a property we may renovate. The broker was reassuring me that the owner had partially re-piped the building with copper. Unlike almost any other buyer, this does not matter at all to us. Why? Because we almost always repipe during our renovations (and do everything else). In fact, very little

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