Fri, 26 July 2019
A jack of all trades is the master of none, right? We’ve been taught that it’s best to drill down on investment strategy and beware of shiny objects. But Adam the Brit has a slightly different philosophy. He believes that it’s important to establish multiple income streams across several different asset classes, taking advantage of opportunities to trade real estate and generate lump sums of cash quickly—that he can then use to expand his buy-and-hold portfolio and increase his flow of passive income.
Adam the Brit is a season real estate investor with experience in nearly every asset class, including single- and multifamily flips, value-add multifamily syndications, multifamily buy-and-holds, ground-up construction, and triple net lease retail deals. He has invested all over the world, from Asia to Europe to the US, and his current focus in on syndicating shopping centers and doing multifamily flips in low cap markets.
Today, Adam the Brit joins me to discuss why he got into (and out of!) multifamily buy-and-holds. He explains why he transitioned to retail and weighs in on the benefits of the triple net lease option. Adam the Brit also shares how he fared in the recession, describing how he came upon the buy in bulk, short-term hold and flip strategy he leveraged between 2009 and 2014. Listen in for insight around what differentiates the US real estate market and learn how Adam the Brit complements his primary investment strategy with a variety of opportunities!
How Adam the Brit got into real estate
When Adam the Brit got into multifamily
Why Adam the Brit chose to invest in multifamily
How the US market differs from others around the world
Why Adam the Brit got out of multifamily
The benefit of the triple net lease option
How Adam the Brit fared during the recession
What Adam the Brit would do differently
Adam the Brit’s primary strategy today
Adam the Brit’s multifamily flip strategy
Adam the Brit’s advice for aspiring real estate investors
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