14 min

3 Types of Apartment Syndication with Josh Cantwell‪.‬ Accelerated Real Estate Investor

    • Business

In this episode, Josh discusses the different types of apartment syndications, focusing on value-add properties. He explains that value-add deals involve buildings that are not fully stabilized and have rents below market value. These properties require cosmetic updates, such as painting and flooring, but do not require major structural work. Josh emphasizes that value-add properties are typically located in B and C class markets, which offer great potential for growth. He also briefly touches on turnkey cash flow deals, which are properties that are already at market value and do not require significant renovations.

Lastly, he mentions deep construction or distressed properties, which are not recommended for newer investors due to the high level of renovation and the need for bridge financing.


Value-add properties are buildings that are not fully stabilized and have rents below market value.


These properties require cosmetic updates, such as painting and flooring, but do not require major structural work.

Notable Quotes:



Value-add properties are typically located in B and C class markets, which offer great potential for growth.


Turnkey cash flow deals are properties that are already at market value and do not require significant renovations.


Deep construction or distressed properties require extensive renovations and are not recommended for newer investors.




"Value add means the building is not stabilized, the rents are below market value, and it needs just cosmetic updates." - Josh


"Turnkey cash flow deals are great if you have a 1031 exchange or limited partners with a longer time horizon." - Josh


"Deep construction or distressed properties require a highly capable contractor and bridge financing." - Josh




Josh's Website


Fannie Mae


Freddie Mac


HUD



Key Takeaways:Notable Quotes:Resources:

In this episode, Josh discusses the different types of apartment syndications, focusing on value-add properties. He explains that value-add deals involve buildings that are not fully stabilized and have rents below market value. These properties require cosmetic updates, such as painting and flooring, but do not require major structural work. Josh emphasizes that value-add properties are typically located in B and C class markets, which offer great potential for growth. He also briefly touches on turnkey cash flow deals, which are properties that are already at market value and do not require significant renovations.

Lastly, he mentions deep construction or distressed properties, which are not recommended for newer investors due to the high level of renovation and the need for bridge financing.


Value-add properties are buildings that are not fully stabilized and have rents below market value.


These properties require cosmetic updates, such as painting and flooring, but do not require major structural work.

Notable Quotes:



Value-add properties are typically located in B and C class markets, which offer great potential for growth.


Turnkey cash flow deals are properties that are already at market value and do not require significant renovations.


Deep construction or distressed properties require extensive renovations and are not recommended for newer investors.




"Value add means the building is not stabilized, the rents are below market value, and it needs just cosmetic updates." - Josh


"Turnkey cash flow deals are great if you have a 1031 exchange or limited partners with a longer time horizon." - Josh


"Deep construction or distressed properties require a highly capable contractor and bridge financing." - Josh




Josh's Website


Fannie Mae


Freddie Mac


HUD



Key Takeaways:Notable Quotes:Resources:

14 min

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