Q and A with Apartment Director CEO Robert Laing
1. WHAT DOES APARTMENT DIRECTOR DO?
We partner with multifamily investors to stabilize apartments quickly to profitability. Apartment Director will help you stay away from the mine fields of quickly stabilizing your apartment community. This starts even before you purchase an apartment community.
Case Study: We had a group of new investors that recruited me to partner with them and be on their team. They wanted to buy a property in Memphis TN and had already visited the community. They thought it was a gold mine and a cash cow. I personally went to the property and immediately knew that it was a huge mine field. I saved them the pain investing millions of dollars in a mine field and probably losing millions of dollars.
What is that worth to you? It is an invaluable service to have someone on your team that has mastered the artistry of stabilizing apartment communities for more then 25 years. We have stabilized A, B and C properties. tax credit communities, Luxury communities, Senior communities, High Rises, Rehab properties, takeover properties, soft market properties, etc. We can tackle any stabilization challenge, better yet we can keep you at a safe distance from the mine fields in multifamily investing and coach you how to Stabilize Apartments for Profit without the headaches and stress!
One of our clients commented “If everyone was stuck on one side of the lake, Robert would walk on water!”
If you are thinking, planning and/or experiencing apartment stabilization challenges, now is the time to contact “The Apartment Director” Robert Laing and find out how he can help you stabilization Apartments for Profit.
Over a billion dollars stabilization over the last 25 years!!!
2. HOW DO WE DO IT?
I help investors and owners secure their investments for the future now through my complete partner support system. This allows you the investor to sleep at night knowing that you are in good hands with “The Apartment Director”.
3. HOW WE HELP YOU STABILIZE YOUR PROPERTY?
We take the fear and unknow out of the equation, walking you through step by step how to evaluate an apartment community to make sure it is a great investment. We also will guide you on the best stabilization plan to cash flow your investment quickly and for the most profit. Upon purchase of the investment we will be available through the complete partnership program to make sure your investment is being stabilized quickly and correctly. If we run into challenges that are not being met through our coaching services we are available to go to the property and personally evaluate and handle the challenge.
I highly recommend you have me visit the community at least once to get the best plan in place.
4. WHAT IF I ALREADY PURCHASED AN INVESTMENT?
Believe it or not… most of the times I have been called after the investor has tried everything to stabilize the property, thrown a lot of cash at the property, offering as much as 3 months free on a year’s lease and usually a negative cash flow.
Take the guess work out of stabilizing your distressed apartment community. It has literally cost investors millions and millions of dollars doing this and some have lost their investments back to the bank.
Take the guess work out of it and have Robert Laing “The Apartment Director” on your team.
5. WHAT IF YOU ARE JUST NOT SATISFIED WITH YOUR CURRENT INVESTMENTS PERFORMANCE?
Then I recommend hiring me to help you. Many times investment properties leave huge cash money on the table.
Case Study: Investor owned a 600 unit property for over 20 years. It had been it’s flagship property and had a lack luster performance. I evaluated the property and implemented a strategy to upgrade their small one bedrooms and they where able to raise the rents substantially and target a new desirable resident profile.
We can tackle any stabilization challenge at your community! Don’t guess you can stabilize your distressed apartment community. It has literally cost investors millions and millions of dollars doing this and some have lost their investments back to the bank.