Investment Strategies

Buying An Apartment Complex: Determine Your Investment Strategy

There are basically an unlimited amount of different ways you can invest in an apartment complex, depending on asset type, property class, location, investment strategy, and more. Finding the right investment strategy for you is very important. In my experience, the best commercial real estate investment strategies are:
• The Commercial BRRRR (hat tip to Bigger Pockets!) also known as Value-Add
• Ground-Up Development
• Long-Term Buy and Hold
Depending on your goals, you may choose to stick with one method, or diversify with multiple strategies.
The most common strategy for investing in apartment complexes is the BRRRR or value-add method since there are many older apartment complexes out there that could see a significant increase in value through renovations and repositioning.

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Tyler Cauble is Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group, Parasol Management, and Hamilton Development. Since 2019, Cauble has been raising capital for value-add investments and developments in the Southeast US, providing high-quality commercial space at affordable prices – a much-needed solution for the entrepreneurial community.

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