Many people shy away from multifamily investing because they don’t want to be landlords. What you may not know is that there are many ways to invest in this sector, and you don’t have to become a landlord to do it.
Over a hundred crowdfunding companies have sprung up since 2012 and many failed in the first five years. Most were unable to build momentum and attract investors or sponsors to their platforms. Others had their reputations damaged by promoting sponsors and investment opportunities that were poorly vetted.
For many investors, cash flow is a big draw. In a world of low-interest rates, it’s hard to find risk-adjusted yield in the form of cash flow from operations. For most categories of real estate, but especially for multi-family, cash flow is a major attraction.
Seattle’s economic growth has resulted in an unprecedented demand for housing which cannot be met easily in this supply-constrained region. With high demand and limited supply comes investment opportunities in the region that are hard to match.
When considering residential real estate investments, there are two distinct options: single-family and multifamily.
Together with his brother Shawn, CEO, Tom has led the Coast Group from a very modest start in 1987 to a diversified group of commercial real estate services companies offering property management, facilities maintenance, specialized construction, and advisory and transaction services to private and institutional owners throughout the Pacific Northwest the United States.
Investing in multifamily properties offers a wide variety of advantages for sophisticated investors. Leverage, cash flow, appreciation, equity growth, and, often overlooked, tax savings are all financial features of a sound multifamily real estate investment.
Although Commercial Real Estate (CRE) is a proven wealth building strategy, until recently, relatively few investors had access to investments in...
The term “Private Equity” might not be something you associate with real estate but it is a broad class of investments which consists of capital that is not listed on a public exchange. Private Equity investments run the gamut from real estate, to angel investing, and even to things like corporate buyouts.