Is there a more polarizing topic out there than Climate Change? Most people debate the topic with respect to politics, and very rarely talk about its impact on the real estate industry. In this podcast, Neal Bawa, the CEO and Founder of Grocapitus Investments and Multifamily U, provides an objective data-driven analysis on why he thinks the impact of climate change on real estate is the greatest of any industry, period! Make no mistake if you are involved in any aspect of real estate, you need to hear the information presented on this podcast, whether you believe in Climate Change or not!
Climate Change is a subject that definitely needs to be discussed. Regardless of your thoughts on the matter, the fact remains that impacts the future of real estate. And guess what? If you’re buying or investing in real estate, your profits are going to be impacted by climate change. You can take that to the bank! But it’s interesting how no one in the industry is really doing a deep-dive on why and how. Until now!
What do today’s hurricanes, wildfires, and droughts have in common with the COVID pandemic? How are insurance companies responding to increasingly extreme weather and how does that affect real estate investors? Why are property devaluations happening, and how low will they continue to drop? What happens when actual cities get downgraded? And what is the future of the 30-year mortgage? Mr. Bawa goes over all this in the podcast, with specific examples, projections, and conclusions that quite frankly are very convincing… and worst of all: believable!
But perhaps the most alarming info he presents are the six deadly risks projected to impact America between now and 2040 (and which regions of the country are most susceptible to each of these risks) as he coins the term “Climate Migration”. However, there are things you can do right now to plan for the future of real estate – and Neal goes through that too!
This is not political. This is real world. And this is information that is not easy to hear. But here’s the good news: if this podcast piques your interest, you’re going to love all the resources you can get at MultiFamilyU!
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Neal Bawa
Neal Bawa, affectionately known by his friends as “The Mad Scientist of Multifamily” is a technologist and entrepreneur in love with the power of numbers to create profit for his real estate investors. He is the CEO / Founder at Grocapitus, a commercial real estate investment company. Neal acquires Commercial properties across the U.S., for 300+ investors with a current portfolio of over 1800 units/beds, and projected to be at 3,000 in 12 months. The portfolio includes Multifamily and student housing properties in 7 U.S. states.
Neal also serves as CEO at MultifamilyU, an apartment investing education company. He is a top rated speaker at conferences and events across the country. Nearly 4,000 students attend his multifamily seminar series each year and hundreds attend his Magic of Multifamily boot camps. Tens of thousands hear his podcast appearances and he has been featured in over two dozen podcasts and radio shows. His management techniques and revenue optimization techniques for Multifamily are considered unique in the industry.
Neal is the co-founder of the largest Multifamily Investing Meetup network in the U.S., a group of investors that has over 4000 members. Neal raises over $15 Million dollars a year for his projects.
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