NEXT MEETING

We would love to see you at our next real estate investment club meeting in Elk Grove! If you are an investor who currently owns muti-family properties or are looking to make your first investment, please join us for this FREE event!

 

OUR NEXT MEETING INFO

The move-up investor – How to finance multi-family properties between 5 and 15 units

When: February 27th, 6:30pm
Where: 9275 East Stockton Blvd. #100, Elk Grove, Ca 95624
Cost: FREE – You must register to attend

Many investors in the Sacramento area have spent the last several years buying up multi-family investments between 2-4 units. They took advantage of the easy residential financing and great interest rates. Many were new to investing and used these smaller multi-familiy properties as a starting point to create their portfolio.  Many of these investors are now looking for more leverage by moving their money into larger Sacramento area apartment complexes.

This is a jump up into a whole new world of investing. During our February meeting we will be talking about how the financing piece works for this type of property. If you are looking at acquiring 2-4 unit multi-family properties, the mortgage qualification focused more on the investor as an individual. When you get into commercial properties (multi-family with 5 units or more), most of the focus is on the properties ability and history of creating income.

Join us to discuss the differences in the financing piece to see if moving your money into small apartment complexes makes sense for your investment portfolio.

The sweet spot we will be discussing is muti-family properties between 5 and 15 units. We will talk about what criteria the property needs to meet in order to obtain financing.

Bring your questions and we will have your answers!

Our Speaker:
randy Zorro


Randy Zorro

Client Manager at JP Morgan Chase Commercial Division
Randy has over 20 years experience helping investor finance multi-family properties throughout Northern California. He knows his stuff and will educate us on today’s current commercial lending market.