Join Tuesday, Author John Wilhoit Jr, How To Read A Rent Roll—Chapter 10

October 28, 2014
How To Read a Rent Roll - Live Broadcast of Chapter 10 - Tuesday, October 28th

I would like to invite you to join a free thought-leadership PowerHour webcast on Tuesday October 28th with a focus on How To Read A Rent Roll—Chapter 10, pages 133-144. This lively discussion will focus on Chapter 10 from the book, How To Read a Rent Roll.

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Multifamily Acquisitions: Defining Degrees of Quality

October 20, 2014
Multifamily Acquisitions: Defining Degrees of Quality

Buying multifamily requires knowing about the quality of the deal. Saying an asset is an A, B or C is just the beginning.

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Property Management Presentations: How to be the Most Interesting Person in the Room

October 13, 2014
Property Management Presentations: How to be the Most Interesting Person in the Room

The formula for adding more multifamily apartments to your property management portfolio is this: Comprehensive Pre-Meeting Questions = Focused Expertise + Closed New Biz.

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Rent Roll Analytics – Baseline Data

October 6, 2014
Rent Roll Analytics - Baseline Data

Before we can begin to analyze a rent roll, we must have the basics. Having these in hand, rent roll analysis can begin with simple, yet powerful outputs that tell you about the financial strength, or quality of income, derived from your rental property.

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Rethinking Your Multifamily Business Model

September 2, 2014
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What is your business model in multifamily? Can you express it in a few short sentences? What would occur if you blew up your business model? Is there a better way to do what you are doing? Are you keeping pace with best practices?

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Join Tuesday, Author John Wilhoit Jr, How To Read A Rent Roll—Chapter 8

August 25, 2014
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I would like to invite you to join a free thought-leadership PowerHour webcast on Tuesday August 26th at 2:00 p.m. Eastern/New York time—with a focus on How To Read A Rent Roll—Chapter 8, pages 107-116. This lively discussion will focus on Chapter 8 from the book, How To Read a Rent Roll. This LIVE, fast-paced […]

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What if Apple Were a Property Management Company?

August 15, 2014
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If Apple was a property management company what would their mission statement say? Is Apple’s current mission statement applicable, or adaptable, to our industry?

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The One About the Property Beat with an Ugly Stick

August 4, 2014
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Why are potentially valuable assets left to fall back into the sand? There are a myriad of reasons, of course. Following are the categories that most often result in assets looking like they’ve been beat with an ugly stick.

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Property Management: $2 Tools That Add thousands in Value

July 16, 2014
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The property management business is fragmented to the nth degree from ivory tower suits to grandma acting as manager of her four-plex with three paying residents. Following is a reminder about small tools that anyone at the site level can utilize to save money and provide immediate customer service. Dollars saved means increased NOI.

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Powerhouse Information Sources About Institutional Multifamily Assets

May 5, 2014
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While not everyone has a billion dollar portfolio it is fun and informative to be in the know about those who do. When it comes to powerhouse information sources, who are the big dawgs on campus?

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Removing Rhetoric and Getting Things Done

April 14, 2014
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Every business has an agenda, a purpose for it’s existence. We call this a mission statement. How do you proceed towards fulfilling your mission statement? Establish relationships, establish credibility, work hard…find common ground.

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Multifamily Apartment Homes: Does Size Matter?

April 5, 2014
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As buyer or operator of multifamily properties, size only matters once we can wrap this information into our decision-making along with other pertinent information.

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Painting Doors While the House Burns Down

March 28, 2014
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Sometimes in our business life we become so focused on the task at hand that larger issues go unnoticed. We refer to this as a loss of perspective. Like being angry at the hammer that missed the nail and struck our thumb; these emotions are misplaced.

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Multifamily Never Sleeps – Five Sleep Aids

February 25, 2014
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As no one can stay awake 24/7 how do we assure that assets in our care are addressed 24/7/365? Here are some ideas on how to approach the issue.

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Multifamily Acquisitions: Having An Upward Bias

February 18, 2014
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Do you believe sales prices per unit are going up? Is your belief based on market forces, actual rent growth derived or sentiment? At the end of the day we utilize market sales to determine the trend line in price direction. Yet even here its best to butter the loaf of bread a little at a time.

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