Tips For Vetting A Multi-Family Investment Property Posted on May 27, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas investment las vegas hotels multifamily private jet Property rental property tips travel travel vlog vacation Vetting 18 thoughts on “Tips For Vetting A Multi-Family Investment Property” Good information , THANKS !Reply Sterling, thanks for the continued posts on multi unit investing. Question, do you use syndication for your multi unit purchases or prefet another method for financing.Reply Excellent videoReply This was a great video Sterling! Reminds me of your guest appearance on the podcast. Always think about the value add!Reply You missed a button on your shirt 😂😂😂👍Reply Said it before, and I’ll say it again, you guys at bigger pockets keep pushing out these on-site breakdown vids. They are very enjoyable and informative!Reply As always, AMAZING content. Looking to grow my small YouTube channel of 45 subscribers. Your videos definitely keep me going!Reply Finding what value you can bring is such a good way to determine if it’s a good buy! Businesses don’t succeed unless they provide customers value. Real estate shouldn’t be a home run unless you can improve living conditions or rentability or profit. Just buying turnkey will be too expensive.Reply 86 likes 0 dislikes. 860 views.Now that's smooth.Reply U guys should really edit the videosReply Holy Hell…that is a lot of units! This is quite the endeavor !Reply HVAC is a major headache with people ripping you off with wild cost estimatesReply Cap ex is one of my most important things to look at. Typically there are only a few reasons people sell investment properties, bad tenants or high cap ex coming up. I know my first building I purchased had both these issues took a year to turn it around and now its one of my largest money makers!Reply Great information! Thank you Sterling.Reply Newbie here… Is an appraiser or contractor giving the information about the balconies and HVAC?Reply Nice video but next time button up your shirt the right wayReply Thank you for the valuable information on ROI and sticking to our numbers.Reply Great info sterlingReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.