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Neal Bawa on Election Impact to Real Estate

Updated: Dec 11, 2020

Last week my partner Henry and I held a webinar called “Multifamily Investing for Successful Single Family Investors”. In this webinar, we did a side-by-side comparison of single family and multifamily from different angles, including property management, predictability of the cash flow, differences in valuation, leverage and tax benefit, scalability and the impact to quality of your life. We got a lot of positive feedback and a lot of new friends subscribe to my [Invest With Confidence] – [Education Saturday] email. Welcome our new friends!

If you missed the webinar, here is the replay:

Today I am going to share with you the key takeaways from Neal Bawa’s view on how the election will impact real estate.

Interestingly, history tells us commercial real estate performed well under both parties. That’s good news for multifamily investors!

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