Think Realty Podcast #312 – Don’t NOT Take the Picture Because the Next One Could Be Bad

by , | Jun 11, 2024 | Funding, Podcast


If you’re a multifamily investor, should you be nervous with the current market? Eric Stewart from Atlantic Investment Capital and Think Realty Resident Expert, sat down with Eddie Wilson to discuss the ins and outs of multifamily investments in the market today. They discuss what the market feels like to real estate investors and if Eric has a good feeling on where we are at and where we’re headed. They chat about what the treasury would look like and how the dominos could fall and should an investor look at owner finance deals versus looking at positioning a purchase in line with potentially a drop soon. Plus, Eric gives his opinion on if people investing in multifamily weighed out that drop or should they get involved now, and what the benefits are of buying now versus later.

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  • Eddie Wilson

    An entrepreneur and visionary by nature, Eddie’s widespread interests have led to successful ventures across the globe, from operating non-profits and owning an ad agency that worked with well-known household brands, to investing in hundreds of real estate projects and building a nationally syndicated radio show. Today, he guides AAPL and Think Realty with his marketing, funding, and real estate investing knowledge to ensure their establishment as the premier organizations in their sectors.

  • Eric Stewart

    Eric Stewart is the owner of Atlantic Investment Capital, Inc. a full-service commercial lending advisory & brokerage firm. Eric has been structuring finance solutions for both Commercial real estate investors and business owners since 1996 with products ranging from equipment leases to commercial real estate loans as well as assumption representation & consulting. Atlantic currently specializes in structuring finance solutions for investment opportunities in commercial real estate nationwide. Eric also provides an advisory platform for commercial real estate investors. It is based on over two decades of working with clients who are working through the challenges of financing commercial real estate acquisitions

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