In this episode we talk about Commercial Real Estate types, some potentially attractive geographies (Indianapolis) and then more detail on Streitwise itself - fees, liquidity, types of properties and value add they make to the properties themselves.
In this episode we cover why you might be interested in investing in farmland.
There’s been A LOT that has happened that really impacts the rental unit investment strategy and there’s a lot to think about if you’re still on the fence about buying your first rental property.
Brandon Silveira of FarmFundr, crowdfunding farmland investment platform, on all things California Agriculture.
In this interview with Mark Moss, we discuss the Macro Backdrop and what he’s looking at from a contrarian investment perspective.
We discuss Colorado Real Estate, why multi-family is so interesting, luxury real estate and more.
Multifamily Real Estate investing was once only available to commercial and high net worth individuals and Upside Avenue lowers this barrier for individual investors to invest with as little as $2000.
In this conversation, we talk about the Mexico Real Estate Market, Luxury Real Estate, Short term rentals in Mexico, Tulum Real Estate and go into detail on Los Amigos Tulum development.
We talk about the “Buy then Build” mentality, some things he’s learned thus far in evaluating potential business purchases, the roadmap once he purchases a business and more.
In this conversation we talk about the process to purchase international real estate, due diligence checklists, pitfalls to avoid and things to keep in mind (such as 10% Transfer Fees or 10% RE Agent Fees) when investing overseas, some potentially interesting RE markets like Brazil or Portugal (some of my favorites), and other options for RE exposure such as Hard Money or Agriculture investments.
In this conversation we talk about all things LAND Investing. What does the process look like, risks, characteristics of a great deal and more.
We talk at length about the real estate investment landscape in the US including key “Investor-Advantaged Markets” and “downturn resilient” markets that they’re looking at for investors.
Really enjoyed this conversation about Farmland Investing and the potential asymmetric Risk/ Reward opportunities that exist in US Farmland.