Tag Archives: investing in multi-family real estate

Capital Improvements vs Maintenance

Capital improvements vs maintenance Tenants often request that windows or flooring be replaced and expect that this is a routine repair. There is a distinct difference between capital improvements and repairs. Generally speaking, capital improvements can be passed on to … Continue reading

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Apartment Forecast 2012 – San Francisco Bay Area

I had the pleasure of listening to Richard Knudsen talk about the apartment market in the Bay Area at the local IMF meeting. Richard is an extremely knowledgable veteran broker who is respected by many in the industry. Later I … Continue reading

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SOLD – The Kerwood Apartments – 32-Unit Apartment Building

The Kerwood Apartments  32-Unit Apartment Building  1627 High Street Oakland, CA 9 4 6 0 1  The Kerwood Apartments is a very well located, professionally owned and operated, 32-unit apartment building comprised of  9  2-bedroom units, 21 1-bedroom units, and … Continue reading

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Jack T. Reed on Inflation

I had the privilege of seeing John T. Reed speak in Mill Valley this week at the Bay Area Wealth Builders Association. He is a widely read Harvard MBA and West Point graduate who has written numerous books about investing … Continue reading

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