How Collegiate Football Success Affects Real Estate Appreciation [case study]

"Blue 42...Hot Route - RED 7 RED 7...settttt HUT!" In 2008 I fell in love with who is now my patient & caring wife and awesome mother to our children. She grew up (in-laws still reside) not far from Clemson, SC, so naturally she is a Tigers fan. Myself, I was blessed to be born … Continue reading How Collegiate Football Success Affects Real Estate Appreciation [case study]

Purchasing Our First Apartment Complex

If you're keeping up with us, you know we've traditionally purchased SFR and small MFRs, but through some hard work, late nights and leveraging relationships, we were able to step into the Apartment Complex realm and the anticipated return on this turnaround project is better than any personal acquisition yet. Here's how we did it... … Continue reading Purchasing Our First Apartment Complex

Real Estate Investing Terms: Cash Flow [example]

Because we focus on buy & hold rental properties in Pensacola, Cash Flow is the most important metric we look at when considering an acquisition. _____________________________________________________________ Caution: This post goes technical real quick and my geeky side does come out πŸ™‚ Most people, even some experienced Realtors, think cash flow is the gross revenue generated … Continue reading Real Estate Investing Terms: Cash Flow [example]

Real Estate Investing Terms: Capitalization Rate

Cap Rate...it's not science rockets!? Wait, did I say that wrong? _____________________________________________________ Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate for short) is the measurement used to reveal how well a real estate investment will perform or is performing. I look at 3-5 investments in Pensacola a day and Cap Rate is one of the factors I consider when … Continue reading Real Estate Investing Terms: Capitalization Rate