Real estate markets across the board are tightening. In Florida especially, investors are finding not only more competition in major asset types, but also increased demand for construction materials and labor. If you’re a multifamily investor, you’ve probably been feeling some considerable pressure affecting your investment growth. If you’re finding that your current investment strategy is no longer working for you, it may be time to consider a change. A Data-driven Investment Strategy
Now more than ever, it’s becoming essential to delve into the data and metrics of real estate investing if you want to find a good deal. While digging into numbers may not be everyone’s idea of a good time, a data-driven approach to your investment strategy can give you an edge over market conditions. You don’t need to be a Poindexter to factor data metrics into your investment strategy either. It’s more about being aware of — and understanding — how these external factors directly affect real estate. Tailoring your investment strategy with these in mind About Our Guest
investment strategyNeal Bawa is a real estate investor and educator. His path to multifamily investing is unique in that he did not begin as a traditional investor. With a background in finance, Neal was working for a tech company when he was tasked with overseeing the build-out and development of a new corporate campus. After converting another commercial development into office condos, Neal fell in love with multi-tenant real estate investing. Neal was able to apply his data-driven approach to multifamily investing and has since grown to be a considerable force in multifamily acquisitions and management. Neal is the President and COO of Financial Attunement as well as the CEO and Founder of Multifamily U.