From Single Mom to Syndicating Millions (with Anna Myers)

From Single Mom to Syndicating Millions (with Anna Myers)

I’m so excited to share with you today’s episode of Multifamily Live featuring Mothers of Multifamily! Anna Myers is a third-generation commercial real estate entrepreneur who applies her 25+ years of experience in technology and business to finding, analyzing, acquiring, and asset managing commercial properties in key markets across the U.S. Anna serves as Vice President at Grocapitus, a commercial real estate investment company in the San Francisco Bay Area. Together with her business partner Neal Bawa, they approach real estate through a data science lens to create compelling profits for 1000+ investors.

Anna Myers from World-Class Photographer to World-Class Multi-Family Entrepreneur and Thought Leader

Anna Myers from World-Class Photographer to World-Class Multi-Family Entrepreneur and Thought Leader

Anna Myers is an absolute rockstar in the multi-family space. Anna Myers serves as Vice President at Grocapitus, a commercial real estate investment company in the San Francisco Bay Area. Anna is a third-generation commercial real estate entrepreneur who applies her 25+ years of experience in technology and business to finding, analyzing, acquiring and asset managing commercial properties in key markets across the U.S. Together with her business partner Neal Bawa, they approach real estate through a data science lens to create compelling profits for 1000+ investors.

Multifamily Investing with Anna Myers

Multifamily Investing with Anna Myers

This podcast interview of Anna Myers is hosted by Curtis May of The Practical Wealth Show. Curtis talks with Anna Myers, COO at Grocapitus. They discuss ideas about the mindset shift to be successful in multifamily investing. Grocapitus Investments exists to find and...
Multifamily Asset Management with Anna Myers

Multifamily Asset Management with Anna Myers

So these are all very important things you need to know because if you’ve got a unit that’s down for two months because they took two weeks before they even got in there after the lease ended that took them two weeks to even get in there to start renovating. And then there was some type of a delay. And so instead of 14 days when you’re tracking it, you’re like, wait, it’s not taking you 14 days it’s actually taking you 57 days What is going on here? That’s money last