Do you want to get greater returns, less competition, and higher prices? If you’re feeling the pain of not getting your desired result, then this episode is for you! What does the current state of the multifamily market mean for investors? To answer this question, join us for the latest episode with investor Bruce Fraser.
Bruce Fraser is a former hedge fund manager who, after trading to all-time highs during the 2008-2009 financial crisis, directed his attention to building a portfolio of hard assets, ie. real estate. Bruce has been a full time entrepreneur and an investor fiduciary since 2000. He oversees the management of approximately 700 million in investor assets and has overseen over 100 real estate transactions for partners.
“In inflationary times, one of the best places to be, based on the data, has been commercial real estate.”
In this episode, you will learn the following:
x) How the Federal Reserve’s policies may impact real estate markets
x) The difference between nominal and real interest rates
x) The effect of rising interest rates on multifamily real estate deal volume
(01:21) Bruce’s take on the current state of the multifamily market
(04:45) The effect of rising interest rates on the multifamily real estate market
(12:03) How have the interest rates affected seller behaviour and deals in general?
(15:58) Bruce explains some aspects of his particular style of investing
(20:15) Bruce explains his unique approach to risk
(28:14) What specific things is Bruce looking for in his deals
(30:42) What are some red flags to watch out for
(32:36) In an environment of negative interest rates what should you be doing with your money
(36:16) Given the current environment is it a given we should buy RE or can we consider other assets for inflation hedging?
(38:09) Closing thoughts & how to reach out to Bruce
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