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t’s not what you make, it’s what you keep. While helping New York City owners buy and sell investment properties, the ultimate objective is very clear: either improve cash flow or increase appreciation.
Becoming more tax efficient is a very important part of that strategy. This month, I have asked Rob Rainer from Cost Recovery Solutions to explain cost segregation and why it’s beneficial for New York City multifamily owners.
Behind The Bricks is the #1 podcast on New York City Multifamily Real Estate Investing. Through discussions with the most influential NYC apartment building owners, we get a deeper look into this exciting investment industry.
The goal of these talks is to go behind the transactions and explore what drives these individuals and the investment choices they make.
Stock market trading activity is very low. According to a WSJ article because the economy is not too hot, and not too cold, investors are acting as if the best move is not to make any move at all. In the world of investing, is holding cash (and not investing) a good investment?
For NYC multifamily, after the pricing peak in late 2015 and subsequent transition (where prices declined between 5-8%), pricing has been somewhat flat in 2017. Multifamily investors are asking the same question: what is the right move in a flat market?