Samson Jagoras


Strong Rental Growth in Multifamily Apartments Q3

Despite the ongoing epidemic and a year-long nationwide eviction restriction, there has never been a better moment to be a large apartment-building landlord. According to Real Page, a rental-management software business, which evaluated more than 13 million professionally managed units, national asking rentals jumped 10.3% in August on an annual basis. That was the first…


Expensive Homes, Expensive Rents, Affordable Multifamily Living

2021 was a year for the history books. We saw many shifts across how the economy functions, how workplaces operate, and how people view living. One thing in particular that stuck out to me that I learned at the end of last year was the shortage of homes we have, and how long it will…


Real Estate Syndication Success with Brad Penley

Brad Penley, Principle and Director of Capital Development at Growth Vue Properties was featured on Active Duty Passive Income Podcast. Brad is an EOD Navy Officer and shares his story and his passion for teamwork and growing a business. Brad like many investors was uncertain out of the gate, but with diligent work consistently grew…

Dominic Murray

Sourcing Multifamily Deals and Communicating with Brokers w/ Dominic Murray

In today show, we spoke with Dominic Murray who helps Growth Vue with sourcing our real estate syndication deals. Dominic has some great experience sourcing off-market deals and communicating with brokers to build relationships. If you are new in real estate this will be a good listen before starting your first syndication. Take a listen,…


Cost of labor and materials, and the impact on multifamily

The impact on the supply chain and our labor market has impacted nearly all industries, grocery, computer chips, manufacturing, and housing. 93 percent of multifamily developers are grappling with delays in construction. Delays are attributed to a lack of workforce and rising material costs. The ninth edition of the National Multifamily Housing Council’s (NMHC) Construction…


Real Estate Property Classes

When you talk to a real estate syndicator, they should be focused on a specific property class asset. At Growth Vue we place our focus on B Class apartments with 100+ units that were built between the years of 1981 and 2009, as well as C Class properties with 250 units are more with room…


New Real Estate Tax Laws: What Investors Need To Know

Investors want to know if the new real estate tax laws will help or hurt them. In short, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will be a boon to the industry. But to understand why, we need context around the U.S. tax code before we get into the specifics of the new real…

Katie Neuman

How Large Scale Apartment Management Operate & Protect Investment

On today’s show, we talked with Katie Neuman who is the Director of Strategy at Wehner Multifamily. Katie has helped Wehman scale to 174+ communities and over 26,000 units. Katie did an incredible job breaking down the economies of scale that can be reached when finding the right property management partner and shared how their…


CMBS Delinquency Rates – August 2021

Trepp CMBS Research showcased the largest delinquency decline in the last 6 months this last week. There were two large jumps in May and June of 2020 and since, delinquency has fallen for 14 straight months. Only 2.42% of loans missed their August payment and were less than 30 days delinquent. Get insights into more…


Multifamily Protections Extended by Fannie Mae Indefinitely

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has stated that the COVID-19 forbearance for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily loans will be extended. The forbearance program, which was set to conclude on September 30, has been extended for the fourth time by the agency. “Given the uncertain nature of this pandemic, FHFA is taking further…


Top Multifamily Markets & The Current State

Multifamily has been on a tear through the pandemic. Rents have pushed to record highs, and investor deal volume has been up. We are seeing apartment retention rates are near pre-pandemic highs because renters are staying in place. Apartment occupancies hit an all-time high of 97.1% in August, and single-family is at the highest rental…


August Multifamily Delinquency Rates Data

In August, the Trepp CMBS delinquency rate dropped to its lowest level in six months. After several months of largely moderate improvements, the August figure represented a significant drop. Following two massive increases in May and June 2020, the rate has now declined for 14 months in a row. August’s delinquency rate was 5.6 percent,…

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