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  • Steven Fletcher

Cultivating Your Niche:

We have a singular focus on acquiring sub-institutional multifamily and won't stray out of this buy box. Beautiful apartment building with a restaurant space on the ground floor? - it's a no go for us.


Why?


We've taken many reps in developing small to mid-size multifamily properties and have built a process around this strategy.


We know the ins and outs of the rental market we're in, permitting processes/timelines, the appropriate contractors to use for certain scopes of work, and the landmines that exist within the location/asset class (will write about this at a later date).


Anything outside of what we know well and are good at is ultimately a risk we're not willing to take.

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Some of the tinier nuances in real estate that you can only pick up by doing more deals and taking more reps: -Best methods for sourcing opportunities (the big one) -What roads/corridors/pockets to av

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Operating in secondary, supply-constrained markets can be a double-edged sword. Supply-constraints can work on your behalf if you’re an existing owner in the market, but can also work against you if y

Delivering Alpha

A snippet from a Rick Zullo piece that I loved. "There are precisely 4 ways to deliver alpha in investing 1.) Asymmetric Information 2.) Asymmetric Insight 3.) Asymmetric Value-Add 4.) Asymmetric Acce

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