Investors have sought opportunities to invest in real estate for decades because of the asset class’s reputation for generating passive income and long-term appreciation, producing performance uncorrelated to public equity markets, and having attributes that make it an inflation-resistant investment.
Investing in multifamily real estate requires careful consideration and thorough due diligence to ensure the investor understands the sponsor’s experience and track record, that the type of investment is right for their investment goals, and that the properties will be actively managed during the investment period.
Insurance is a necessary expense whether the policyholder is a renter looking to cover his personal belongings or a multifamily property operator interested in protecting his investment. In this article, David Hansel discusses the four types of insurance he believes every multifamily property owner can’t be without.
Before the pandemic brought economic upheaval, multifamily value-add investments followed a reliable path: Buy a property, make upgrades, and enjoy strong returns. That process may have felt like a sure thing just a few years ago, but times have changed.
Clients are increasingly interested in alternative investments, and savvy registered investment advisors (RIAs) are taking notice.
It’s an opportune time for investors and private equity to invest in multifamily real estate. Not only coult it help solve the housing shortage, but the asset class remains a relatively stable investment with the potential for above-average returns.
When investors add multifamily real estate to their portfolios, they have an option of investing through a fund or syndication. Each has its benefits and risks, but the right choice is the one that meets the investors’ needs.
Buyers can still secure assets with a high return potential in a seller’s market. We have successfully bought properties in a seller’s market by leveraging our relationships, maintaining strong underwriting standards, and staying competitive without overbidding.
Today, millennials account for the largest number of multifamily renters, approximately 43%. However, a new generation is entering their prime renting years – Gen Z.
Lucern Managing Partner, Dave Hansel, outlines three ancillary revenue strategies that add value and can positively impact a multifamily asset’s bottom line.