Passive Investor Guide

The Definitive Guide to Underwriting Multifamily Acquisitions is the only step-by-step book that provides you with all of the tools you need in order to become a numbers ninja, invest smarter, and structure more profitable partnerships.

Get inside the mind of a multifamily underwriting expert and learn the crucial skills required to make better investment decisions, which includes:

  • Collecting and researching the data needed to underwrite a multifamily investmentWalking through a step-by-step guide to building a purchase, cash flow pro forma, and sale analysis
  • Designing and performing sensitivity analyses and stress tests to uncover hidden insights about risks, financing, and optimal business plans
  • Structuring and negotiating partnership structures so you know you’re always getting the best deal possible for yourself and/or your investors.
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Rob and his team have executed their business plans flawlessly on all transactions we have been involved with them on. Attention to detail and transparency has been invaluable on our deals.

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