What does it mean to your community when you reinvest? How big is the social impact that it will make? Our guest on today’s show is Ari Sznajder. Ari worked 12 plus years as a marketing executive across blue-chip companies like Hershey and Kraft. He achieved financial independence after doubling the value of an apartment complex in only a year and a half. Ari led the acquisition, raising of capital, and asset management for that deal. In this episode, we’ll explore the importance of social impact real estate investing with Ari.
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Ari is focused on finding deals and partnering with local government and like-minded investors to help revitalize communities. Stay tuned as we hear more from Ari about whitespace market focusing, redeveloping blighted buildings in communities, and working with local governments. We also dive into the topics of staying well-capitalized, dedicated thinking times, and much more on today’s episode of the Real Estate Syndication Show!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Ari shares about his transition into the syndication business and his superpower.
- Ari takes us through a case study on social impact real estate investing and how to get involved with local government.
- How Ari formed and nurtured his relationship with local government.
- We discuss Ari’s business plan and some details he ran into while completing the deal.
- A tenant appreciation party and how they turned a building and community around.
- Takeaway “Ah-ha” moments Ari experienced during this deal.
- The hardest part just about the multifamily business for Ari.
- Preparing for a potential downturn: Staying well-capitalized and how he calculates that.
- Ari’s predictions for the real estate market over the next six to twelve months.
- How Ari gained such a high level of self-discipline: Utilizing his insomnia productively.
- Daily habits that helped Ari achieved success: Dedicated thinking time.
- Outsourcing and how that can improve your business.
- Capitalizing on virtual meet-ups, Facebook groups, and social distancing as a way to meet new investors.
- The number one thing that has contributed to Ari’s success: Focusing on white-space.
- How Ari likes to give back: Redeveloping communities.
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About Ari Sznajder
Ari worked for 12 plus years as a marketing executive across Blue Chip consumer goods companies like Hershey and Kraft before recently achieving financial independence through Real Estate Investing. He achieved that through more than 5 years of self-directed Real Estate education, mentorship, finding his niche, and most importantly TAKING ACTION. Ari is focused on multifamily in Pennsylvania and enjoys partnering with others to help revitalize communities, amplify returns and create win-win ventures. Go to kapelrealestate.com/socialimpact to see the full story and learn why social impact real estate investing will become even more important in the future.
What does it mean to your community when you reinvest? In this post, we’ll explore the importance of social impact real estate investing with Ari Sznajder.
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