The Trustworthiness Of Prospective Tenants

A few days ago I stumbled upon this article in the NY Times and it got me thinking about the different ways some of my clients (and myself) pick the best possible tenants to rent apartments to in the Glendale area. The article obviously talks about how credit reporting agencies are essentially changing the substance of

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Finding Off Market Commercial Real Estate Deals

Please note that we work in the Los Angeles, CA area and are no longer active in sourcing national deals. However, we’re always help with investment advice if warranted.  Believe it or not, it’s rough out there for commercial real estate investors. The amount of time some buyers spend analyzing deals is more than they spend

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A Creative Cash Flow Possibility

This post is probably going to raise an eyebrow or two about apartment investments, but oh well…as long as someone benefits from it. This isn’t by any means an offer or solicitation but rather an inquisitive look into a creatively crafted transaction that allows one party to retire from managing their apartment buildings while still

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Clear & Concise: Housing Market vs. Apartment Market

Before I get into this, I want to encourage you to throw in your two cents. Obviously, if you’ve found this blog, you’re involved in the commercial real estate industry in some way and have the ability to form your own intelligent opinion. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind and/or ask a question. None of

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