See what some successful key principals have to say:
About The Host: Joshua D. Welch
Why Should I Attend?
I've built a multi-million dollar portfolio of multifamily properties. Partnering up is the key to success. Select individuals will have an opportunity to be a key principal. Join the webinar to see how.
Kyle Bryant, Houston, TX
Key Principal on a 42-unit project called Rio Sereno Apartments.
Kyle gets rotated through different aspects of operating Rio Sereno Apartments every 5 weeks, giving him invaluable experience. All of this happens under experienced management.
If your goal is to partner with experienced operators as a principal on apartment deals, you should attend.
We will cover:
- Why being a Key Principal (KP) matters.
- The process of partnering up.
- Deal structure and responsibilities.
- Learn syndication by executing.
- Getting your hands dirty in the operations.
- Success from previous deals and track record.
- Expectation and outcome of being a principal.
- People we like working with.
- How principals gain access to our investor network.
- Transition from key principal to becoming a general partner.
Being a multifamily owner has a steep learning curve and many challenges (lack of track record, capital, etc.). By partnering on deals, one can shorten the curve tremendously. We will discuss more in the webinar.
Opportunity to be Considered as a Key Principal on Multifamily Deals
Join this webinar to learn more.
Wed, Oct. 17th @ 9:00 PM EST
(8pm CST/6pm PST)
Tom Inman, New York, NY
Key Principal on a 25-unit project called Rio Roble Apartments.
Tom gets to experience different parts of the operations by being assigned new tasks every 5 week. This is the perfect way to get your hands dirty and learn the critical operations.
Raj and Jeremy, Toronto, Canada
Key Principal on 42-unit project called Rio Sereno Apartments.
Raj & Jeremy are KPs on Rio Sereno Apartments. They wanted to get one under their belts. Being a KP meant a lot to them so that they can do other deals.