📈WeWork has filed to go public and the takes have mostly been one sided. Mainly, they're a real estate company masquerading as a tech company. In addition, bears point out their losses are unsustainable, especially when a recession hits, and their corporate governance has been atrocious. There are other reasons the bears point out, and I mostly agree with them.
But I think it helps to try and look at the other side, the bull case.
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Listing No 066-12-02-014
Price: THB 2,400,000
We pride ourselves on working closely with owners, investors, developers and tenants, both users and lessors, in satisfying all of their commercial real estate needs.
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We give each transaction, large or small, the personal attention required in this ever changing economic and business climate.
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Designed by French architect Ernest Hebrard after the great fire of 1917. It was fristly design to accommodate the sculpture of Alexander the Great and it's first name was Alexander the Great Square. Now a century later it kept it's Vienniese, Byzantine and Arabic characteristics, allowing everyone to experience this remarkable feeling of History, style and class.
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Listing No. 066-50-07-011
Price: THB 29,900,000
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Progress update on the new shopping mall in Coconut Grove. There are some great developments coming to this neighborhood and excellent opportunities for both residential and commercial real estate. #growthinmiami
As a commercial real estate broker, I am excited to be the newest member of the National Association of Black Hotel Owners Operators Developers Inc. (NABHOOD). NABHOOD's mission to increase the number of African-Americans developing, managing, operating and owning hotels; increase vendor opportunities & executive level jobs for minorities, thereby creating wealth within the African-American community.
I will be attending the 23rd Annual African American Hotel Ownership and Investment Summit, held this week at the Marriott Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida.
At the start of the association in 1998, African-American hotel franchisees in the United States were scarce. “When you think about 15 years ago, you might think that African Americans didn’t own hotels,” said President & CEO Mrs. Ingraham. “But they did. They just didn’t own Marriotts or Hiltons.” Now, NABHOOD members own and operate 523 hotels, most of them franchised through the major brands. With the industry recovering to peak levels and financing coming back, leading hotel executives encouraged African-American members to get involved in the business of hotel ownership.
I look forward to working with and representing African American hotel owners, operators and developers as they expand their footprint across the country.
I had the honor in spending time with Swapnil Agarwal with Nitya Capital and Karya Property Management. Since 2013, Nitya Capital has acquired over 16,000 units and done over $2 Billion dollars in commercial real estate transactions. When I started @KinglyAcquisitions back in 2017, Swapnil was one of the people I looked up to and wanted to model my business after. Thank you for your mentorship, insights and advice on building a commercial real estate investment firm.
Here are a few lessons I learned from my meeting with Swapnil.
1. Relationships are the most important thing in this business. Always be sure to put your investors interests first, take care of your residents and treat your employees well. Focus on building deep, long term relationships.
2. If you have a dream, don’t let anyone stop you from pushing for that no matter how out of reach it may seem. Set big goals and do whatever it takes to accomplish it.
3. Come from a place of service and always give back. One of the most fulfilling things in life is giving back to others.
4. How you do anything is how you do everything. Details matter and excellence is the standard. Always go above and beyond.
5. Be patient when it comes to picking deals. Underwrite very conservatively and set realistic return expectations to investors. Be opportunistic and open minded in your investment strategy. #KinglyAcquisitions#NityaCapital#KaryaPropertyManagement#KaryaKares#WeBuyApartmentBuildings#Multifamily#CashFlow#Appreciation#ValueAdd#CommercialRealEstate#FinancialFreedom#Apartments
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🎥 Which one is better for starting your own business? Formal education vs Self Taught
Of course we need the formal education for the basics but when it comes to being an entrepreneur and running a business, our formal educational system fails us in most cases.
Our formal education system works better when preparing you for a J O B which is fine and we need that.
But for someone looking to start a business, in most cases you will need to do your own research , pay for a specialized training or obtain mentoring from someone already doing what you want to do.
I graduated from college and piled up thousands of dollars in student loan debt that did I guess help me get a job but I was far from where I wanted to be financially.
In 2003, I paid $400 for a real estate course and that $400 investment has made me a lot of $$$$$$$
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