AVOIDING RISKY MARKETS WITH HIGH PRICES OR POOR PROSPECTS

How Savvy Real Estate Investors Use Data and Stats To Reduce Risk

In This Webinar Recording, You Will Learn

To compare the short and long-term attractiveness of various markets

How to time your entry or exit from a market

How to assess and monitor the long-term attractiveness of a market

Key stats that can help you assess demand/risk for housing/rentals

Target rent range and where the bulk of renters can be found

Which markets are over-priced/under-priced markets, and the implications

Is This Training For You?

Special Guest Ingo Winzer Founder and CEO, Local Market Monitor

This training combines thousands of hours of practical research, over 30 years of experience following real estate dynamics and the economy, and the wisdom of two real estate experts rolled into one fascinating presentation. 

You will discover:

  • The top 5 markets for long-term investing 
  • The best rental markets for 2018
  • Which Overpriced Markets To Sell in 2018 

ABOUT YOUR PRESENTERS

Host Neal Bawa

Neal owns and manages an extensive real estate single family and multifamily portfolio in 7 U.S. States. Neal often speaks at Multifamily events, IRA events & meetups across the country. Nearly 2,000 students attend his multifamily seminar series each year and hundreds attend his Multifamily boot camps. He is the co-founder of the largest Multifamily Investing Meetup in the U.S. (BAMF), with 3000 members. He leads the company and is driving the syndication and acquisition of multifamily properties. Neal’s past experience includes 17 years of revenue (P&L) experience as the senior-most executive in a California education company with over 350 employees and $40MM in revenue.

Special Guest Ingo Winzer

Ingo Winzer is President of Local Market Monitor, and has analyzed real estate markets for more than 20 years. His views on real estate markets are often quoted in the national press and in 2005, he warned that many housing markets were dangerously over-priced. Previously, Ingo was a founder and Executive Vice President of First Research, an industry research company that was acquired by Dun and Bradstreet in March 2007. He is a graduate of MIT and holds an MBA in Finance from Boston University. He resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

AVOIDING RISKY MARKETS WITH HIGH PRICES OR POOR PROSPECTS 

How Savvy Real Estate Investors Use Data and Stats To Reduce Risk