15 Jan Big Data for Real Estate Investing – #CREPN 28
Posted at 10:07h
by J. Darrin Gross
<![CDATA[[caption id="attachment_449" align="alignright" width="235"] Ryan Kimura[/caption]
Big Data for Real Estate Investing
Is Big Data for real estate investors looking to maximize return on their investment?
How do you know the potential value of your property compared to other similar properties in your market?
How do you know if now is a good time to start a new apartment development project?
You need data.
Since 1995, Axiometrics has been providing investors the needed information to make investments based on the most current month end reported data. Each month, Axiometrics gathers data from over 40,000 professionally managed apartment properties of 50 plus units plus across the USA.
Ryan Kimura provides insight on how big data provides the answers investors need to make informed investment decisions in order to maximize the return on investment.
- Rents for every floor plan offered
- Occupancy rates
For a FREE
sample Market Narrative Summary ($1500 Value) contact Ryan
E [email protected] |
Ryan is the Regional Director for the East Coast and specifically the Mid-Atlantic Region for Axiometrics Inc., headquartered in Dallas, TX. Currently, he assists companies operating in the Apartment and Student Housing space understand how to make the best decisions when buying, selling and managing assets by providing access to better, more accurate data.
Prior to his tenure at Axiometrics, Ryan helped a Dallas based private equity hard money lending firm grow from $18MM to over $40MM in less than 18 months by originating transactions and raising capital from equity investors. During his time with the PE firm, he supported numerous aspects of the business including being an integral part of a JV partnership with a large hedge fund to buy, rehab and rent over 1000 foreclosed single family properties in Texas.
Prior professional experience included growth and branding of a $500MM self-directed IRA and 401k administrator, from a local firm to a national firm. Ryan also has extensive background in real estate debt from residential to commercial to hard money. He has vast experience personally, and professionally, working with self-directed retirement accounts (IRAs & 401ks), investment syndications and non-controlling equity investors.
Ryan graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA where he was a double major in Business Administration and Economics, as well as played 3B/DH for the NCAA Division III Logger baseball team.
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