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  • Steven Fletcher

Alignment in Real Estate

Outside of executing quality projects, we believe that one of the most important parts of the real estate business is aligning yourself with likeminded people who share the same vision as you.

There are countless ways to make money in this field but certain strategies align with certain people, while others don't.

It's crucial that everybody who works with you is informed about the overarching thesis and how you operate.

We focus on long-term holding periods and operate under the assumption that we'll hold properties forever. We stray away from forecasting things we have no control over (interest rates, rent growth, etc) and thus, don't underwrite exits.

Because of this, we're ultimately creating multi-year relationships (from service providers to investors) and need to ensure everybody is on board with that vision well before any work gets done.

Once values and goals are aligned, you lower the chances of surprises and are better positioned to do what you say you're going to do.

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