In this episode, We discussed: Why Neal did not have entrepreneurial ideas when he was younger and taking a risk in creating businesses as he got older, Catching the real estate investing bug, How Neal uses technology and data to 10x his real estate investments; Answering the question “What are the best cities in America to invest in and what are the best neighborhoods in those cities?; Factors that make a real estate market good to invest in – what makes them the best cities to invest in real estate; Leveraging virtual assistants to 10X business;How this black swan event (COVID19) is more transformative than world war 2; How Neal is investing in the time of COVID19.
While COVID-19 is a total black swan event and it is hard to predict its effects, it could be a blessing in disguise for multifamily. Neal Bawa joins us again on the show today, and this time to give us his data-driven insights into the impacts of coronavirus on real estate.
Join Sterling Chapman and Neal Bawa as they talk about disruptive trends in real estate. Neal is the CEO and founder of Grocapitus Investments, a commercial real estate company. He discusses two trends – the future of hybrid work and how it changes real estate; and how tokenization makes real estate into stock.
Data obsessed, Neal Bawa, successfully created the super value add strategy to combine data and analytics with current trends to make the most informed future investing decisions. Today, Neal is talking about why real estate is the most inefficient asset, what he believes the future of real estate investing should be, and how Covid is altering current rent prices.
Tyler and Neal discussed how to optimize your company’s processes to manage a limitless number of real estate investing projects. They also want in-depth on the trend of tokenization, the process of turning real estate into stock.
Cap rates on most real estate asset classes have dropped 40% over the past five years. This has made cash flow very hard to achieve. Ground up construction, on the other hand, has much higher cap rates. The key is mitigating risk by being in the right markets with the right assets. Today’s guest, Neal Bawa, the Mad Scientist of Multifamily, has been doing ground up construction in smaller markets in several different asset classes in order to generate attractive returns for investors.