Month: April 2022

26 Apr 2022

Twitter, Multifamily and Responsibility

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Heirlooms of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH Happy Tuesday!  Even though I have some really interesting economic data to share, I promised I would give the economic analysis a break so I'll hold that for next week.  For now, let's talk about Twitter.  Don't worry, there's a connection.  But before we get ...Read More
19 Apr 2022

A Soft Landing: Containing Inflation without Causing a Recession

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Ground up Development Coming Soon to Lake Vista, San Antonio, TX Hey, it's Tuesday and you survived tax day 2022!  Or maybe you were like me and you had to kick the can down the road to October?  Either way it's always an annoying time of the year, in my ...Read More
12 Apr 2022

What’s Next for Interest Rates?

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Westbury Reserve, Houston, TX Good morning and welcome back to another Tuesday. I trust your week is off to a good start. I like to start my week by focusing on things that I’m thankful for - so if you haven’t had a chance to tell someone around you how ...Read More
05 Apr 2022

Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls: And How Multifamily Assets Hedge Against Inflation

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Don't go chasing waterfalls. As promised, I took a 5 minute break after another busy week closing our Jacksonville, NC deals.  Very excited to get those deals under our belt.  We've officially crossed the $300AUM mark with over 3,400 units under management.  Feeling very blessed.  There were a couple things ...Read More