Are Multi-Family Units Good Investments?

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Are They Good Investments?

In past webinars we’ve taken a look at small multi-family properties with an eye for green investing.  What we’re finding is that while the current market can make energy wise flipping somewhat problematic, long term buy and hold strategies can still produce attractive cash flow.

Tonight we’ll be reviewing several Fresno CA area properties currently available.  I invite you to join the discussion and if you see something you like make an offer as I’m planning to do.

As we look at photos, property information and ROI estimates some of the factors we’ll be considering include:

  • What’s the best size project to start with?
  • How can I determine likely rental value?
  • How can location make or brake profits”
  • Should I avoid HOA (Home Owner Associations)?
  • How important is access to parking?
  • Are carports as good as garages?
  • What a good Phase 1 renovation budget?
  • How to determine remodel loading order?
  • How can I cut down on turnovers?
  • What’s the best way to collect rent?
  • Cash offers verse financing?

Looking forward to your input.  As always, if you have questions or comments on this or other subjects just let me know and we’ll be happy to discuss them with the group.

Hope to see you tonight 6PM PST
Dave Robinson

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