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Holdfolio Download Episode 7 – Multi-Family Due Diligence for Investors

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Holdfolio Download Episode 7 – Multi-Family Due Diligence for Investors

In this latest podcast Ep.7, Jacob and Sterling reveal some of the “red flags” you may encounter when you conduct due diligence, including common questions like these: What is a “rent roll”? Do I need to conduct a lease audit? What if the masonry, concrete, windows and property require maintenance? What are “normalizing” expenses? 

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Holdfolio Download Episode 6 – What Steps Can Be Taken After Acquiring A Apartment Building

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Holdfolio Download Episode 6 – What Steps Can Be Taken After Acquiring A Apartment Building

On this episode Sterling & Jacob discuss some common steps that can completed after purchasing an apartment complex.  If you like the show, be sure to leave us a five star rating and review on iTunes. If you would like to send in questions to the podcast please email info@Holdfolio.com

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Are You Adding Too Many Finishing Touches To Your Rental Property?

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Are You Adding Too Many Finishing Touches To Your Rental Property?

One of the biggest questions real estate investors have (or at least should have), is how many finishing touches and add ons they should give a remodel.  There are many factors which play into this. Some standard finishes will differ based on your particular market. Others should be different based on what the tradition and

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