Samson Jagoras

why we are investing in Cincinnati_ OH

Why we are investing in Cincinnati

We love the Cincinnati market. With strong rents, low unemployment and many renters coming from out of state, the city is resilient.

9 Questions to Ask Syndication Sponsor Groups

9 Questions you should ask a Real Estate Syndicator before investing

These 9 questions will get you on a great start to learning more about the general partner and how they are structuring the deal.

Jesse DeLillo

From residential to multifamily with Jesse DiLillo

After getting involved with his family 13 years ago with tax lien investing, flipping, and out-of-state investing, he pivoted those into Airbnb’s for cash flow and is now full-time working in real estate syndications. He is the principal at Cardinal Capital Group and JSJ Sustainable Investments. In this webinar we go through his beginnings, building…

how to invest in real estate syndications without being accredited

How to invest in real estate syndications without being accredited

Use one of several techniques new multifamily investors use to break into the industry, and once they have enough experience or assets to qualify, they can become accredited and engage in passive income options such as syndication transactions.

Ellis Hammond (1)

Blockchain and Future Cap Rates with Ellis Hammond

Today we sat down with Ellis Hammond, Principal from Symphony Capital Group. We discuss what future cap rates look like as well as real estate on the blockchain. Ellis worked in the ministry and then had an experience that made a major impact on the way he views money. He now works full-time in real…

What is the Value Add Model (1)

What is the Multifamily Value-add Model?

We dive into breaking down the 5 steps of what make up the value add model in real estate. From deal flow, how to add value, the refinancing, long term strategy and selling the asset.

Jennifer Santoso

Creative Financing with Jennifer Santoso

In this interview, we speak with Jennifer Santoso of Tauro Capital Advisors. We dive into some creative financing approaches that help allow investors to get deals done in ways that many overlook. With a unique approach of equity and debt, you can create better returns than a standard approach. Jennifer got into real estate by…

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Pros and Cons of multifamily syndication investing

Most investors start their career with single-family home (SFH) investing. This is one of the most powerful ways to start investing in real estate when you have little money but want to start building momentum. You may have heard of the BRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) Method, or house hacking, where you live in…

Rob Overstreet

Step-up in Basis with Rob Overstreet – Real Estate Secret

This webinar with Rob Overstreet, the CEO of Harbor Drive Holdings was incredible! He broke down real estate secrets that most have never heard of! Using this process you can acquire cash-flowing real estate for life with no cash out of pocket! Learn more about stepped-up basis. A quick breakdown below: Its often said that…

@Samson.jagoras

Thoughts from the Mind of our CEO – Samson Jagoras

Our CEO Samson Jagoras has launched a Linkedin Newsletter called the Future Proof Investor. You can now follow along and get a weekly inside look into his mind, experience and research. Subscribe and read the first newsletter here

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Passive Investing – Class A and Class B Shares in Real Estate Syndication

It is becoming more common for real estate syndicators to create multiple classes of investors. Some investors like immediate cash flow, and some prefer growth. Giving investors these options can make deals more attractive and target a wider audience of investor profiles. Below we break down the Class A (cash flow focus) and Class B…

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Shortages of 2021, apartment development, labor, vocational skills

In September, apartment vacancies fell to an all-time low of 2.7 percent, leading to the fourth month in a row of record lows. According to RealPage data, new lease demand climbed by 50.5 percent in the year ending September 2021, with apartment resident retention increasing to 58. percent, an all-time high. Last month, lease renewals…

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