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Benefits of Multifamily Real Estate Investment

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An experienced real estate investment professional and a graduate of the MBA program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, Frank Roessler founded the investment firm Ashcroft Capital in 2014. Under Frank Roessler’s leadership, Ashcroft Capital has grown into a leading national firm with an asset portfolio valued at more than $570,000,000.

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Benefits of Multifamily Real Estate Investment

  1. 1. Benefits of Multifamily Real Estate Investment Frank Roessler
  2. 2. Introduction • An experienced real estate investment professional and a graduate of the MBA program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, Frank Roessler founded the investment firm Ashcroft Capital in 2014. Under Frank Roessler’s leadership, Ashcroft Capital has grown into a leading national firm with an asset portfolio valued at more than $570,000,000. One factor that has contributed to Ashcroft Capital’s impressive growth is that multifamily real estate investment has become an increasingly popular choice. Compared with the volatile stock market or with single-family properties, multifamily property investment can offer investors a number of benefits, including: - Easier financing The price of a multifamily property is almost always higher than the price of a single-family property, but this does not make multifamily properties more difficult to finance. On the contrary, banks are more likely to approve a loan for a multifamily property because multifamily real estate consistently generates a strong monthly cash flow. Consequently, the investment is less risky for the lending institution.
  3. 3. Multifamily Real Estate Investment • - Faster portfolio growth For investors looking to build a relatively large portfolio of rental units, multifamily properties make more sense than single-family properties. A 20-unit apartment building, for example, is much easier and more efficient to acquire than 20 different single-family homes. Focusing on multifamily properties can allow investors to quickly expand their portfolios with just a few transactions. - Better protection from the impact of vacancies When a single-family property is vacant, the investor receives no income. However, a vacancy or vacancies in a multifamily property are usually offset by the reliable income from the property’s other units.

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