What we're about

This is a group for people who want to learn how to buy multifamily properties and find partners to buy multifamily properties with. This is how you will build your track record and credibility. This industry is very competitive. It's hard to find deals in this market that make sense and raise capital.

The people in our group come together to buy properties. It's amazing what happens when motivated people come together! We have built a multi-million dollar portfolio of Class B & C multifamily properties. So the model works really well. You can check out details of past deals here- www.incomepropertiesportfolio.com (http://www.incomepropertiesportfolio.com/)

It's important to do your first few deals with like minded people who want take action. The purpose of this group is to partner up to do deals NOW. We are a group of doers. Watching youtube videos or taking expensive guru lessons will only take you so far. Many of our members are already doing deals together without having spent a dime in lessons. Execution and getting your hands dirty are the best way to learn.

By joining, you will be able to connect with highly motivated people who want to grow and do bigger deals!

Upcoming events (2)

Detroit Multifamily Investors- Introductions and Meetings to do Deals

The purpose of this group is to allow investors to come together to do deals. We are very proud that members are taking initiative to do deals. Reading blogs and watching videos are great, but taking action is even better. This group has amazing multifamily investors with all sorts of experience from duplexes/triplexes to large 3,000 unit portfolios in hot areas. It's amazing! I understand that there is a strong desire to come together, partner up and buy bigger properties. We've acquired several multi-million dollars worth of multifamily properties and continue to scale our portfolio. These are all value-add deals that require interior/exterior rehab. You can see photos & videos here- www.incomepropertiesportfolio.com I'd love to share my experience and lessons learned in multifamily investing. I look forward to meeting enthusiastic individuals who either want to share stories or seek opportunities to do deals together! Come on over to this next event!

Detroit Multifamily Meetup- Being a Key Principal and Partnering up on deals

Note: This is a webinar event. Click here to register for it- http://incomepropertiesportfolio.pagedemo.co/ This is an event only for those who want to partner with other owner-operators on off-market multifamily deals. Read all the details. Background: Three Pillars Capital Group (TPCG) has a portfolio of 25M worth of multifamily properties. On their most successful acquisition they took rents from $495 to $950 and increased NOI by almost 2.5X. Their acquisition and asset manager sources off-market deals by working with owners directly. Their construction crew performs the rehab. They have a well oiled machine. Key Principal (KP): If you don't have a track record, credibility or capital, it's very hard to get started. Almost all successful syndicators started by partnering up. As a KP, you learn operations by getting your hands dirty and executing. You will be rotated through real operations every 5 weeks. We only work with people with matching goals and vision. We are very selective about who we work with. We don't charge any fee, that's not our goal. Why: In order to do your own deal, you need to understand how to source deals, structure it, raise capital, perform rehab, manage the management team, oversee operations, etc. You will get to learn all that. TPCG benefits from this because it frees up their time from some of the operations you handle. Of course everything happens under TPCG's oversight. After being a key principal, you can transition into a general partner on the next deal (we will go over examples). We want to work with people who want to grow a portfolio. No one builds wealth from one deal, it takes a series of deals. Click here now to register for the webinar- http://incomepropertiesportfolio.pagedemo.co/

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