xhv8mzw7ge79waga35o97s2wbzpfr6 Webinar on Upcoming Fourplex Investments (Episode 2)

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Q&A (ft. The Real Estate Guys)

– Episode 3 –

  Video Length: 60 min

The Real Estate Guys recently invited our very own Steve Olson to host a webinar to answer live questions about FIG, our process, and much more (some of these questions shown below)

A Few of the Questions Asked/Answered:

  • "How long from the start of conversation until the close of escrow?"

  • "Do owners have to use FIG property management?"

  • "Is FIG's management always on-site full-time?"

  • "Do you build on individual lots?"

  • "Your Proforma refer to maintenance and repairs as "cleaning and maintenance." It seems too low. Not sure what it's designed to cover, but in my opinion, it would never cover replacing a roof, HVAC, water heaters, etc. over time..."

  • "Do you always build communities with an HOA?"