Adams Investor Group, LLC makes wealth creation through real estate investing easy so that our investors make safe and consistent profits.

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One of the investment vehicles we use right now is real estate, specifically acquiring single family homes and multifamily apartments across the USA.

Our investment strategies range from the acquisition of properties where investor return is based on capital improvements, to longer term investment options based on stable value acquisitions. Our portfolio is diverse and offers unique Investment property tips for each type of investor.


How Apartments are Valued – NOI and how to figure it out

How Apartments are Valued – NOI and how to figure it out

When it comes to real estate investing, there are lots of terms to know like ROI, Cap Rate and NOI. In this article, we’re going to discuss how to calculate NOI or Net Operating Income. NOI is the basis for determining the purchase price or value of an apartment complex. Knowing how to figure it out is critical to your profitable real estate investing career. If you recall from my last post, the “4 Reasons Apartments are a Great Wealth Builder“,  we talked briefly about NOI and the cap rate. The capitalization rate (Cap Rate) is expressed as a percentage to reflect the value of income producing properties like apartment buildings. The cap rate is based on local market conditions and you should know that the lower the Cap Rate the higher the value of the property. How to figure an apartment’s NOI The first step to determine NOI is to calculate Total Income. Total income is simply the total of all income streams from the property for the year and can include: • Rents from the apartments themselves • Laundry and vending machines • Parking fees • Late fees • Any other income For a simple working example, let’s say that we’re looking at a 100 unit complex where every unit rents for exactly $1,000 per month – ha ha, wouldn’t that be nice? The complex has on-site laundry facilities and several vending machines that generate $1,000 per month in income. Also, this complex features preferred parking spots for $100 per year and 50 units have them for an annual total of $5,000. So what’s the Total Income?... read more
4 Reasons Apartments are a Great Wealth Builder

4 Reasons Apartments are a Great Wealth Builder

Have you ever driven through your town and looked at those big fancy apartment buildings or complexes and wondered who owns them? Or maybe you’ve gazed in envy thinking about how much money that lucky investor must be receiving with all of those monthly rentals pouring in? The plain truth is that of all the real estate investing opportunities like single family homes, commercial office space, industrial parks, storage rentals and more – apartments are one of the best investment vehicles to own. Why is this exactly? Let’s take a look at a few keys that successful investors know and have used to unlock the door to wealth. #1 – Demand is always there Why are there so many apartments? Simple – people need a place to live and apartments make that easy for them. There are many different classifications of apartments from A to D – essentially high-end to low-end. Getting an apartment is pretty easy. You don’t need excellent credit, you only need a few hundred dollars for a deposit and you’ve got many options around town. For college students, young professionals, singles, older people, low-income workers and temporary residents; apartment living offers many positives and there will always be these segments of a community. #2 – Stability What would you rather have – 100% of the efforts of one person, or 1% of the efforts of 100 people? Think of it like this: you’re rowing a boat and you fall out – well that’s it. The boat goes nowhere. The boat being your financial situation, let’s say. Or… You’re in a boat being rowed by 100... read more
5 Things Rich People Worry About

5 Things Rich People Worry About

Many people assume that the wealthy have few cares. After all, shouldn’t rich people have enough money to do whatever they want? Of course, people who have earned high incomes and wise investments know that’s not the case. Wealth brings a new set of concerns with it, and the rich have many things on their minds: 1.) Paying for retirement. Wealth is usually accompanied by a certain standard of living, and maintaining that into retirement is a concern for many rich people. The key to saving for retirement is making a wise investment today, while money is plentiful. Working with an investor group allows a person to manage his assets in a way that will grow their value, assuring a financial safety net later in life. A real estate investor group is a particularly wise choice as real estate can continue to produce income long after the investor has retired. 2.) Being targeted by lawsuits. Litigation can affect everyone, but the rich are often the target of lawsuits by eager lawyers who know their pockets are deep. Having ample liability insurance to protect personal assets is imperative for the wealthy. 3.) Protecting their assets. Even for the richest people, money is not an infinite commodity. Assets must be carefully managed to ensure they don’t run out, and a few unwise investments can be disastrous. This is why the wealthy make a point of surrounding themselves with professionals, from accountants to a wise investor group, in order to effectively manage their wealth. 4.) Business concerns.  Most of the nation’s wealthy have gotten there through hard work and entrepreneurship, and this... read more
Just Closed 200+ Unit Apartment Complex in Dallas, TX

Just Closed 200+ Unit Apartment Complex in Dallas, TX

Adams Investor Group is pleased to announce the recent closing of Cornerstone Apartments located in Dallas, TX. The 200+ unit Class C apartment complex is a value add opportunity with over a million dollars of equity on day of purchase. Cornerstone Apartments is located in a strong real estate market and will continue to thrive due to the local market’s excellent business climate and job market. Adams Investor Group continues to locate and secure investment opportunities in select real estate markets.  To learn more about our acquisition criteria, please contact me at 215-967-1464 for additional... read more
Benefits of a private investor

Benefits of a private investor

My real estate business is built on a foundation of private money investments. It’s a win-win situation for everyone involved. Investors receive higher-than-average returns on their money while my business wins by having access to more capital, opening the door to more profitable real estate deals. What is Private Money Investing? Private money investing skips the traditional bank finance process. Instead of placing your money in the hands of a large financial entity, your funds are placed into money making real estate deals. As a private money investor, there are several reasons why private investing can be a great idea: You have the flexibility in choosing the investments your money is put toward. Investments can be processed quickly. The returns are often far more attractive than more traditional investments. Low-performing assets like self-directed IRAs can be put to good use this way. Despite these benefits, not every private money deal will be beneficial, and it’s important to protect yourself when making this sort of investment. It’s a good idea to be cautious and do your research to ensure that the deal will be beneficial, and you’ll need to ensure that the deal is finished correctly. Are you considering investing in a real estate deal right now? I have looked at lots of deals and bought many properties like single family homes and 200+ unit apartment complexes. For the first 5 people who contact me, I will give you my independent valuation of your deal no strings attached. PLUS as a CPA with almost 20 years’ experience, I can assist you with evaluating the numbers and looking at the deal... read more
5 Things that Prevent Wealth

5 Things that Prevent Wealth

Wealth acquisition is as much about your state of mind as your income. If you don’t have the right mindset, you may never reach your dreams no matter how much money you earn. Likewise, even people with moderate incomes are able to accrue powerful savings and gain financial freedom. If you’re having trouble meeting your financial dreams, you might be victim to one of the five following issues. All of these problems stand in the way of financial success. Fortunately, understanding and confronting this mindset is the first step to liberating your financial future. Five Stumbling Blocks That Prevent Financial Freedom 1. Not paying yourself first. Many people make the mistake of spending first, intending to put aside their savings out of whatever is left. This is the wrong mindset. You can always find something you have to spend your money on, be it a luxury you feel you deserve or an emergency repair that comes up. When that happens, your savings dwindle. Commit to saving money first and spending second. This will force you to be creative in how your money is spent, and it ensures that your wealth grows. 2. Carrying high-interest debt. When you spend more than you have, you cannot accrue wealth. The first step to achieving financial freedom is to cut loose your toxic debts. Focus on paying off credit cards, loans and other high-interest debts first, then set aside all of the money you’ve saved into an investment that will gain value rather than losing it. 3. Spending your money on depreciating assets and one-time purchases. When you have money, it’s tempting to spend... read more
3 Habits of Successful Real Estate Investors

3 Habits of Successful Real Estate Investors

Through the years, I have come across and worked with numerous real estate investors all over the country. I have observed that those who excel in what they do share the same habits – without fail. Amazing right? These people come from different family backgrounds, markets and invest in different types of real estate. Although they have differences, they are also unified by their shared passion for success. Ever wonder what they practice to be successful? HABIT #1: Always Eager to Learn Top investors love to read and they read voraciously! If it’s true that you can gauge a person’s wealth by the size of their personal library, then they could possibly make it to the Fortune 100. They stay away from wasting time with TV and Facebook and focus on books and education based materials as their companions. They just love to feed their brains. As they say, knowledge is POWER! HABIT #2: They Focus on Their Goals Goals give meaning to our lives. Aside from attaining their personal goals, top investors also value success in other areas of life. They want to organize their activities and keep things in order. They prioritize on things that will bring them one step closer to their goals or final outcome. HABIT #3: They Take Action Can you guess what the key difference between the average investor compared to a top investor? Massive Action plus consistency! Some investors take action, but they also work in “spurts”. At one moment they could be so excited and driven to get working on a deal, but after just a few hours or days they give up.... read more
What You Should Know About a Good Return On Investment

What You Should Know About a Good Return On Investment

If you are like most of my investors, you probably ask a lot of good questions. I hear these two questions the most: First, “What is a good return on investment?” Next would be “What kind of return should I look for when investing in apartments?” Let us first define what the rate of return means. Do you have any idea? There are numerous ways to define the rate of return for investors. The long list may include return on equity, internal rate of return, cap rate, cash on cash and so forth. It could sometimes get so confusing! What we all just want to know is…WHICH ONE IS CORRECT? If you ask me, I’d say it depends on your personal situation. The main reason as to why I’m telling you that is because each of us look at a good return on investment in our own unique way. We have different opinions, perceptions, needs, preferences, goals and sometimes circumstances in our lives that dictate our investment decisions. My suggestion for you is to have an INTROSPECTION. A what?? I know this sounds a bit strange, but ask yourself “What Does a Good Rate of Return Mean to Me?” Opinions from experts are still valuable. However bear in mind that it all boils down to YOU. A broker, attorney, or even a family member or friend will stay as an ad-visor, but you are the ULTIMATE DECISION MAKER. There are FOUR things you SHOULD KNOW and take note of to make a good return by investing in real estate. **TAX BENEFITS – Many tax laws favor real estate investors and... read more
Even after the crash, Americans still love real estate best

Even after the crash, Americans still love real estate best

Housing is a long way from reaching the heights of popularity it saw in the early 2000s, but it’s still one of the most well-trusted investment options available to most people. A recent Gallup poll showed that many Americans still rate real estate as the safest and best investment option, rating real estate even higher than stocks and securities. Although the housing bubble burst years ago, it makes sense that people would see so much value in real estate investments. Unlike other types of investing, real estate offers a unique type of security: Even if you cannot sell the home, you still have a property that can be used and enjoyed. A home can be rented at a profit, and improvement projects can drastically increase the value of a home. Even if a home itself is not poised to gain value over time, it can become more valuable due to its location as the town around it expands and changes. All of this makes real estate a very attractive investment vehicle. If the market won’t support selling a home, you can simply hold onto it until conditions are more favorable. Of course, real estate is rapidly becoming attractive again for other reasons as well. Even as the value of gold has begun to drop over the last few years, home values are on the rise. Houses that couldn’t be sold just a few years ago are now selling at attractive rates. At the same time, many people are slow to realize that the market has improved, which makes it easy to find affordable investment properties with minimal competition. Now... read more
What is a solid deal in real estate?

What is a solid deal in real estate?

I can remember back to when I worked on one of the sweetest investments I have had a chance to be involved with. I think about this because each and every day I have you in mind when I study real estate opportunities nationwide. That is, I have you, a potential real estate investor, in mind. Here is what I know about you: You want your money to work harder and achieve more You want to live better and feel less fear around your investment decisions You are looking for ways to make the future brighter, without giving up more of your time each day. I understand this. That’s what motivates me, personally, to achieve the success in real estate I have been able to achieve. I do this for you. Not all of the deals my team works on reaps the caliber of equity immediately upon purchase – but I do keep my eyes solidly on the prize. Are you ready to explore how real estate investments could make your life easier? Contact me today to begin the conversation around investments in real estate, whether you have the funds liquid or in an investment portfolio. I’ll work with you on your needs – not... read more
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