Data has never been more available than today. It is only wise to consider what the numbers say when making major investments, otherwise, it just becomes gambling. So, if you are an investor that looks at data before deciding, then this episode is for you!
Let’s dive in to learn more about how the real estate industry is about to change, what real estate tokenization is, and what to expect in 2022.
In this episode we talked about: Neal`s background in real estate and how he got into this industry; What cities make the most amount of money in real estate? An eye-opening experience of building six campuses from scratch; How did he get 50 thousand people’s attention? Failures while dealing with multifamily housing; Cashing out when is the best time? Generational wealthNeal’s favorite real estate book
Neal drops a fascinating outlook on the retail sector, particularly shopping malls and their post-COVID recovery. He also shares why he believes cap rates will continue to compress, and the drastic effects of tokenization and 3D printing will have on REI.
Neal Bawa: Technologist turned Scientist of Multifamily who treats his $250+ million-dollar multifamily portfolio as an ongoing experiment in efficiency and optimization
As a child Neal Bawa loved numbers and solved complex math problems in his head. When he became Chief Operations Officer of the company that he was working for, he was extremely math and data-driven. He learned that the path of data was always the right path. It’s something that he is schooled in, has a degree in that area, a computer science degree.
In this episode Neal talks about why he’s not doing too much value add investing right now and why he’s focusing more on a ground-up investing strategy. Neal shares very interesting investing models that other investors haven’t talked much about.