Austin Real Estate Investing Specialists

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Explore your real estate investment options in Austin and Central Texas. Services range in short to long term investments including syndicates, new construction and rental portfolio management.

Explore your real estate investment options in Austin and Central Texas. Services range in short to long term investments including syndicates, new construction and rental portfolio management.

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  • 1. What’s My Next Texas Investment? Turnkey Investment Options Provided By... Central Texas Investment Specialists Keller Williams Realty-Greater Austin
  • 2. Who Are WE? ~ Dee Copeland ~ Steve Crossland ~ Sylvia Crossland Texas Licensed Real Estate Brokers who specialize in builder and investor representation. Active members of Texas and Keller Williams Realty Investor Networks.
  • 3. What Do We Provide? FREE, No Obligation Investor Consultations. Turnkey Investment Solutions. Full-time Portfolio & Property Management. Facilitation for Private Funds, Syndicates, JVs. Access to Investor Networks and Funding Partners. Trusted Partners: Agents, Lenders, Financial Advisors, CPAs, Lawyers, Builders, Contractors. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 4. Meet Dee Copeland Texas Investor Since 2003. Project Manager & Business Analyst. Interviewed by Co-Author of NY Times Best Selling Book, “The Millionaire Real Estate Investor”. Featured on Inman News, Realtor Magazine Online, and Realtor.com Specialty: Wholesaling, Private Funding, Infill Development, Joint Ventures, Syndicates, & Flips.
  • 5. Meet Steve Crossland Texas Investor Since 1990. BBA in Management Information Systems. Prestigious Master Property Manager (MPM®) Designation. Member and Previous Director of National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARMP). Specialty (Buy and Hold): Condos, Single Family, Multifamily, Rental Portfolios, Property Management.
  • 6. Meet Sylvia Crossland Texas Broker’s License Since 2002. Licensed Agent Since 1988. Professional Interior Design Experience. Sales, Property Management and Leasing Specialist.
  • 7. Short-Term Investing (3 to 36 Months)
  • 8. Which Do You Prefer? Criteria Short-Term Long-Term Flexible Risk Tolerance Med-High Low-Med Med-High Hold Period < 3 Years 3-5 Years+ Any Return High Cash Appreciation Combination + Cashflow Time Devoted Weekly or Minimal Varies Regular Cash Outlay Little or None 10-30% Varies Possible Use of Credit Little or None Mortgage or Usually None Possible Bank **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 9. Do You Prefer Short Term? Criteria Short-Term Long-Term Flexible Risk Tolerance Med-High Low-Med Med-High Hold Period < 3 Years 3-5 Years+ Any Return High Cash Appreciation Combination + Cashflow Time Devoted Weekly or Minimal Varies Regular Cash Outlay Little or None 10-30% Varies Possible Use of Credit Little or None Mortgage or Usually None Possible Bank **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 10. Investment Types Short Term Beginners: Bird-dogging and scouting deals. Intermediate: Wholesaling, rehabs and flipping contracts. Experienced: Joint ventures and partnerships. Advanced: New Construction, Green Building, Subdivisions, Development. Advanced: Developing or Subdividing Land. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 11. Typical Financing Short Term Cash for option/earnest (none out of pocket). Private or hard-money funding. Cash or line of credit from partner, friend or family member. You or partner obtain construction loan. Seller financing, second lien or partnership. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 12. Long-Term Strategies (3 to 5 Years)
  • 13. Are You Long-Term? Criteria Short-Term Long-Term Flexible Risk Tolerance Med-High Low-Med Med-High Hold Period < 3 Years 3-5 Years+ Any Return High Cash Appreciation Combination + Cashflow Time Devoted Weekly or Minimal Varies Regular Cash Outlay Little or None 10-30% Varies Possible Use of Credit Little or None Mortgage or Usually None Possible Bank **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 14. Will You Choose Long Term? Prefer cash-flow and/or appreciation over a longer period. Comfortable with minimal risk. Prefer little or no day-to-day management. You or partner has 640+ credit score and can put 10-20% down. Access to mortgage or bank loans.
  • 15. Buy/Hold Investment Examples Single Family Homes, Condo and Townhouses. 2-4plex and Multifamily Rentals. Vacation, College Rentals, and Timeshares. Real Estate Syndicates or Investment Trusts. Tenant-in-Common, Joint Tenancy, Exchanges. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 16. Typical Financing Long Term Mortgage or Bank using 10-30% Down. Self-directed IRA or qualified retirement account. Checkbook IRA Limited Liability Company (LLC). Syndicate or Joint Venture partnership. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 17. Flexible Strategies (6 Mos. to 5 Years)
  • 18. Are You Flexible? Criteria Short-Term Long-Term Flexible Risk Tolerance Med-High Low-Med Med-High Hold Period < 3 Years 3-5 Years+ Any Return High Cash Appreciation Steady Growth + Cashflow Time Devoted Weekly or Minimal Varies Regular Cash Outlay Little or None 10-30% Varies Possible Use of Credit Little or None Mortgage or Usually None Possible Bank **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 19. Do You Prefer A Flexible Strategy? Prefer steady returns over varying periods. Comfortable with some risk. Time for involvement can vary based on how much cash you put in. Like flexibility of contributing cash, credit or time. You or Partner may access construction lending. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 20. Flexible Investment Examples Joint Ventures, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS), or Real Estate Syndicates. Private or Hard-Money Lending with 10-12% Returns. Partnering Using Self-Directed IRA, Cash, or Line of Credit. Managing Rehabs or New Construction Projects. **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 21. Recommended Online Resources
  • 22. Recommended Online Resources CrosslandTeam.com/blog & TexasRealtyBlog.com MillionaireSystems.com (Investor Tools) REIClub.com and BiggerPockets.com(Forums) CREonline.com and TheCreativeInvestor.com Recenter.Tamu.edu (Texas Real Estate Research) **All Rights Reserved, Copyright Dee Copeland 2008. Get our e-NEwsletter TexasRealEstateUpdate.com
  • 23. What’s the Next Step? Call for a FREE, No Obligation Consultation! 512-697-9140 Dee Copeland www.TexasRealtyBlog.com Steve & Sylvia www.CrosslandTeam.com