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  • Steven Fletcher

Crossing T's and Dotting I's

One of the first things we do at the end of each month is review our account statements for each entity we operate.

 

We have a good idea of what’s coming in and out but double checking these details allows us to catch any mistakes or inefficiencies.

 

From utilities to maintenance, costs can vary depending on the season so we look to have a granular understanding of what to expect and how much these can vary.

 

With this, we’re ensuring that we’re not overpaying or missing any items while solidifying future underwriting through the existing portfolio we have.

 

We treat $1 the same as $100,000 and leverage that mindset in everything we do.

 

Emphasizing the importance of every cent, detail, and process ultimately puts us in a better position to execute.

 

Everything comes down to the bottom line so we place a lot of energy on it.

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