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At HD Multifamily, we help busy professionals turn idle savings into endless streams of passive income by acquiring and operating proven, recession-proof, multifamily real estate.
Any experienced real estate investor will tell you that real estate is not a passive investment. It's a tough business that requires careful analysis, skilled management, and constant oversight.
Make it passive by putting our team to work on your behalf. Leverage our knowledge and expertise while we manage operations on your behalf.
Investing passively allows you to conserve your greatest asset, time. Let us handle the real estate while you focus on your family, career, and passions.
Robert Kiyosaki's CASHFLOW Quadrant defines four categories of earners – employees and self-employed individuals on the left, and business owners and investors on the right. The concept points to those on the right side of the quadrant as the ones with the true potential for achieving financial independence.
While paying taxes is inevitable, multifamily syndication investors can take advantage of depreciation, cost segregation analysis, and various deductions in order to minimize the impact of taxation on their return, and use cash out refinancing and 1031 exchanges to grow their profits tax free over time.
Despite the tumultuous times of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Baltimore's multifamily market has demonstrated its resilience and is on pace to rebound well. In this article we dig into Baltimore's stats as reported by various leading industry data providers.
Sam began purchasing and operating income properties in 2011. Today, Sam manages a $4.8m portfolio in Northeast Baltimore, primarily acquired with equity raised from private investors. Prior to real estate, Sam spent several years in the tech industry working as a software engineer and consultant for small businesses and Fortune 500 companies. In 2012, he co-founded GT Web Systems, a tech consulting firm which developed and licensed a proprietary solution for distributing digital content. Sam negotiated the licensing of that technology to a Fortune 100 company in 2015. Sam holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Morgan State University.
Asset management, financial modeling, and raising equity from private investors. Business process outsourcing, operations management, and automation. National Apartment Association (NAA) certified Independent Rental Owner Professional (IROP).LinkedIn
Yannik began his commercial real estate career in brokerage with KW Commercial, specializing in multi-family investment sales in the Washington, DC Metro. He then went on to serve in Asset Management with The Menkiti Group, a DC-based real estate development and investment firm.
Prior to real estate, Yannik played in the National Football League (NFL) and retired in 2017. Yannik currently oversees the asset management and capital stack. Yannik holds a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland, College Park (14').
Investment analysis, risk management and raising equity from private investors. Supporting 3rd-party property management, in-house management and overseeing the financial performance of a multi-disciplinary commercial real estate portfolio valued over $50m+ in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Connecticut, Virginia and Massachusetts. MICP designation (Masters in Commercial Property). CCIM candidate (Certified Commercial Investment Member).LinkedIn