Tue, 6 March 2018
As multifamily investors, it is easy to get caught up in making as much money as possible. Problem is, we sometimes forget that real people live in those apartment buildings. And regardless of their socioeconomic level, our tenants deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
Eddie Lorin is a multifamily real estate investor with 20 years of value-add experience and 40K units under his belt. Eddie’s company, Impact Housing, is on a mission to breathe new life into neglected multifamily properties, generating positive returns for investors and improving the quality of life for residents and surrounding communities.
Eddie sits down with me today to share his vision for Impact Housing and the critical need for clean, affordable housing for the working class. He explains the concept of impact investing, discussing how he takes care of people ‘where they live’ by way of Class A amenities and on-site programming. Eddie speaks to his expectations for third-party property managers, describing the art and science of building a community. Listen in as Eddie offers the business argument for his model and learn how to do well by doing good.
Eddie’s vision for Impact Housing
The concept of impact investing
What’s different about Impact Housing
How Eddie takes care of his residents
What Eddie requires of third-party property managers
The business argument for Eddie’s model
What Eddie’s looking forward to
Connect with Eddie
Direct download: MB_098_-_Do_Well_By_Doing_Good_-_With_Eddie_Lorin.mp3
Category:Commercial Real Estate -- posted at: 7:07pm EDT