Why DFW was named top real estate market to watch in 2019

We're keeping a close eye on Dallas as we head into 2019. We have a lot of projects and investments in the greater DFW area and will undoubtedly close more deals this year. The article below was taken from the Dallas Business Journal, (author:Claire Ballor). It highlights our core beliefs about the DFW area and our investment thesis going forward. With a relatively low cost of living and population growth projections that outstrip other U.S. cities by two times, Dallas-Fort Worth has been named the top real estate market to watch in 2019. The Emerging Trends in Real Estate for 2019 report from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute ranked the Metroplex as the number one market f

Austin Apartment Rents Rising Faster Than National Average

Those of us living and investing in Austin continue to be amazed at the growth that is happening here. Today I picked up my neighbor from the newly minted South Terminal at Austins airport. This is something we've been longing to see as the airport just hasn't kept pace with the population growth. Cap rates in Austin have been low for a long time and many investors have skipped over the Austin market because it's just too expensive. But growth like this comes with a premium. I remember when I bought my house here in 2008, I felt like I was paying too much. That hasn't changed in 10 years. This is the quandry with low cap rates and high growth cities. You always feel like you're paying too mu

The Best Questions To Ask Syndicators When Evaluating Deals

I’ve invested in several syndications and have also co-syndicated many deals. These are the questions I ask every syndicator. They are also the questions that are asked of me by investors on a routine basis. The answers to these questions should be found either in the Investment Summary, on the Investment Call, or by speaking personally with the syndicator. This list may not be exhaustive, but a good list to keep handy when evaluating your next syndication. Questions about the market 1- What is the justification for why this market makes sense? Is it a good area? Class A, B, or C area? What are the crime statistics? Is the area improving or in decline? Does the syndicator provide a compellin

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