Sat, 13 October 2018
So, you want to scale your multifamily business. What are your options? One strategy involves leading your own real estate investing meetup. But how do you get a significant number of people to attend that first meeting? Are there hacks to help you become popular FAST? And how do you follow up with the group when the time comes to raise money for a new opportunity?
Adam Adams is a syndicator with BlueSpruce Holdings, a multifamily real estate investment firm focused on purchasing apartment buildings in emerging markets. He repositioned his first apartment community as a property manager in 2007 and went on to purchase his first multifamily property the same year. Adam has managed a number of single-family fix and flips, and today, he holds 100-plus multifamily rental doors. He is also the host of the Creative Real Estate Podcast and the organizer of Colorado’s most active real estate meetup group.
Today, Adam joins me to discuss the recession’s impact on his multifamily career and his return to real estate in 2015. Adam walks us through his transition from single family remote fix and flips to apartment buildings, offering advice to aspiring multifamily investors around aligning with an experienced operator and ‘wearing one hat.’ Listen in for insight on the benefits of leading your own real estate meetup group and learn how Adam has leveraged meetups to raise $4.4M and become a community leader in the space!
Adam’s background in real estate
The recession’s impact on Adam
Adam’s return to real estate investing
Why Adam transitioned to multifamily
Adam’s path to multifamily
The major surprises of syndication
Adam’s approach to building credibility
Adam’s advice for aspiring multifamily investors
Why Adam created a real estate meetup
How Adam has benefitted from the meetup
Adam’s hacks for creating a successful meetup
The format of Adam’s meetup
Adam’s follow-up mechanism for raising money
Adam’s insight on scaling your business
Connect with Adam
Text MEETUP to 555 888