About Multifamily Acquisitions

Multifamily Acquisitions: Valuation- Yours

Posted on 1 Apr 2016 at 5:29pm

There are numerous forms of "valuation". Many are technical in nature, some just rules of thumb. Modern psychology tells us that humans place a higher value of the things they own versus what someone else would value the same item.

Turning $100K into $1 million in Real Estate

Posted on 26 Aug 2015 at 5:38pm

How do you grow your real estate investments 10X? Through quality training, experience and understanding the rules of real estate investing.

Multifamily Acquisitions: Vanity versus Varsity

Posted on 16 Aug 2015 at 5:45pm

In my experience, too many non-professionals believe they can accomplish the same results as full-time experts without having the same training, background, experience, backing and know-how as these full time professionals.

What is Rental Property?

Posted on 28 Jul 2015 at 4:45pm

The payment of rent for use of an item is part of our everyday vernacular. Most often, however, a conversation about rent refers to real estate property.

Rent Roll Analytics: Purpose of the Rent Roll

Posted on 2 Jun 2015 at 12:17pm

The purpose of the rent roll is to act as a current and historic record of rental revenue due the lessor based on valid, in–force leases.

What is Rent Roll Analysis?

Posted on 13 Apr 2015 at 12:30pm

There is a method to performing rent roll analysis that allows for all the steps to be covered. Miss one step and there is a dramatic "hole" in your outcomes.

Rent Roll Analytics: What is Rent Growth?

Posted on 19 Jan 2015 at 6:14pm

Rent growth comes from new and existing leases or from units that are vacated and upgraded to create freshness or differentiation to capture additional rent.

Multifamily Acquisitions: How to Measure a Winning Purchase

Posted on 2 Dec 2014 at 7:49pm

How do buyers measure their purchase? How do they know if they have a winner? Almost any measure requires the use of a timeline. Buying a deal for a $1 and selling it for $2 requires knowing when the dollar was invested and the hold time to determine yield.

Multifamily Acquisitions: When ET Calls

Posted on 3 Nov 2014 at 11:22pm

The science of performing multifamily acquisitions is seeing opportunity. Sometimes this opportunity is blatantly obvious, sometimes hidden. It's the not-so-obvious that can provide great opportunity.

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Multifamily Learning Resources

"How To Read a Rent Roll" by John Wilhoit, Jr.

How To Read A Rent Roll by John Wilhoit, Jr.How To Read A Rent Roll by John Wilhoit, Jr.Buying rental property is not an impulse purchase. The acquisition process is a significant time commitment but one that can be very rewarding. As a prospective buyer, you need to know how to build, understand and use the rent roll to your advantage.

This long-awaited book by John Wilhoit is the worldwide industry standard on how to review and understand a rent roll. John lays out the history of the rent roll and then dives straight into the components of rent roll analysis.
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"Multifamily Insight Vol. 1: How to Build Wealth Through Buying the Right Multifamily Assets in the Right Markets"

Ancillary Income Audio Course Now AvailableMultifamily Insight Vol. 1 delivers hard-hitting facts about how to buy and operate multifamily apartment assets based on John’s 20+ years of experience working in multifamily asset management and the property management profession. As an asset manager and owner-operator of apartments, condominiums and townhomes, John has developed his approach by administrating apartments in 38 states. (More information...)

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"Ancillary Income"
presented by John Wilhoit, Jr. and Ernest F. Oriente

Ancillary Income Audio Course Now Available

The formula for Ancillary Income is this: More monthly revenue generated + higher resident retention = less resident turnover and more monthly profitability. During this 2.5 hour audio-course, learn how you can earn monthly fees for new fast-emerging and smart/creative ways for giving extra levels of services to your rental housing residents plus create a living environment they never want to leave...
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"How To Read a Rent Roll" by John Wilhoit, Jr.
The Audio Series

Purchase the Audio Course, "How To Read a Rent Roll"

This audio course presents an in depth anaylyis beyond the book, How To Read a Rent Roll. This 6-hour audio series features 10 individual CDs/audio files, each addressing a chapter of the book, and is presented by the "How To Read a Rent Roll" author, John Wilhoit, Jr. (More information...)

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