EVENT: Insights on the Economy with Award-Winning Economist Dr. Peter Linneman
DATE & TIME: 7/7/20
DESCRIPTION: Economist Dr. Peter Linneman, who will be sharing his business insights on the where the US economy goes from here amidst the persistence of Covid-19, the Fed’s role and why this recession feels different, the impact to commercial real estate and what data sets in particular he follows that real estate investors should know about.
Virtual Meetup (Education)
EVENT: Investing in Apartments - 101
LOCATION: Virtual Zoom
DATE & TIME: Monday 8/17/20
DESCRIPTION: We will answer common questions when it comes to investing in apartments:
•What kind of team does it take to buy and operate large apartments?
•What is the difference between passive and active investing?
•How do you know what market to invest in?
•How do you know who to trust?
EVENT: Why you should be investing In Senior Housing with Vinney Chopra
DATE & TIME: 6/11/2020
DESCRIPTION: Is the Silver Sunami here? 10,000 people a day are hitting retirement age, come learn about why senior living investment will have a lot of momentum.
Market News Updates
ARTICLE: National Multifamily Housing Rent Tracker (updated daily)
PUBLICATION DATE: 8/13/2020
DESCRIPTION: Rent payments made, a survey of 11.4 million units of professionally managed apartment units across the country
Article: Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing
PUBLICATION DATE: 10/21/2019
DESCRIPTION: Taxes for individuals are due 7/15 this article discusses the benefits of investing in real estate from a tax perspective.
ARTICLE: Top Markets for Multifamily Construction in 2020 – Part I
PUBLICATION DATE: 7/7/2020
DESCRIPTION: COVID-19’s impact on multifamily development varies widely by location. In the first of two parts, we draw on Yardi Matrix data to identify the sixth through 10th most active markets nationwide.
PODCAST: The Investor Mindset Podcast
TITLE: E125: Single Family Vs Multifamily Part 3: Pro’s and Con’s of Liquid Investments
PUBLICATION DATE: 6/21/2020
This podcast covers the liquidity of single family and multifamily. There are some clear pro’s and con’s to each. Yet what’s most important is being clear upfront which one is right for you. Maybe you want to step off the rollercoaster of emotion and invest in an asset for the long term or perhaps it’s more important that you can sell quickly.