Sept. 14, 2019

Opportunity Zones

Come join us for the monthly Meet Up of the LA Multifamily Real Estate Networking Group! Each month we hope to tackle a different aspect of multifamily real estate investing in Los Angeles. It’s a chance to hear from experts in the field as well as meet other multifamily real estate investors and hear about off market deals.

This session will feature John Forry, U.S tax and legal advisor in international taxation, finance and investment. He will be speaking about the economic and tax benefits to real estate investors in Qualified Opportunity Zones – part of the 2017 US Tax Reform Act. This is a potentially important vehicle for many investors with large capital gains taxes to defer or eliminate.

Every session, Will Tiao of Tiao Properties will go over different deals that are currently on the market in various parts of the City, including basics such as how to analyze rates of return. Will will also go over some of the issues to expect once you close a deal with regards to property management.

There will be free food and drink and a chance to mingle with other investors both before and after the talk, as well as to ask questions to any of the lenders or other income property specialists.

The seminar will be hosted by Anthony Vulin of The Collective Realty. Hope to see you there!

RSVP here!

Oct. 13, 2019

To Live and Invest in Los Angeles!

Are you interested in learning more about investing in Los Angeles’ multifamily real estate market? Are you interested in making your money work for you through income-generating properties? 

Joins us for To Live and Invest in Los Angeles, hosted by Tiao Properties owner and broker, Will Tiao on Oct. 13 at 2 pm. Will will guide investors how to determine actual and pro forma rents, how to use rents to determine property value, current market trends in the multifamily space and how to work with property managers to discover off-market opportunities.

Catered refreshments will be served.

For more information and to RSVP, click the link here!

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