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Word has spread across various channels warning of a potential recession on the horizon. While none of us are sure which way the wind will blow, the Federal Reserve has recently raised federal rates amid inflation’s 40-year peak. Market fluctuations have also grown significantly more volatile, with economists predicting a 60% probability of a recession within the next […]

Multifamily Investing In A Recession-Prone Environment

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Investing in multifamily real estate as one element of a diverse portfolio is a lucrative strategy for many investors. However, as with all investments, this should be done with care and due diligence. Within the general category of multifamily investing, there are two main paths: debt and equity investing. Each has its pros and cons, […]

Multifamily Investing: Debt Or Equity?

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Choosing between real estate and the stock market depends on what you’re comfortable with in terms of the level of risk you’re willing to take. Real estate is such a unique investment vehicle, with clear advantages over any other avenue out there. https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesrealestatecouncil/2019/05/16/five-reasons-to-invest-in-multifamily-properties-instead-of-the-stock-market/?sh=1730973d856c

Five Reasons To Invest In Multifamily Properties Instead Of The Stock Market

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We are going to talk about marketing and what I learned in the past week.

My Fund Journey

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It’s not just Hurricane Ian that’s wreaking havoc on Florida…. We have a project in the Panhandle and it’s forest fires that we are concerned about. https://news.wgcu.org/2022-09-28/floridas-weather-paradox-dousing-on-one-end-drought-on-the-other?_amp=true

Florida’s weather paradox: dousing on one end … drought on the other

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Enjoy this recording of my LinkedIn Live

“Continuing my Fund Journey” LinkedIn Live with Amy Tiemann

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US stocks plummeted Friday as investors worried that the stronger than anticipated jobs numbers will lead the Federal Reserve to continue raising interest rates aggressively in November and December in order to squash persistent inflation.

Stocks sink after hotter-than-expected jobs report

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Job growth was stronger than expected in October despite Federal Reserve interest rate increases aimed at slowing what is still a relatively strong labor market.

U.S. payrolls surged by 261,000 in October, better than expected as hiring remains strong

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Airbnbs are empty. At least that’s what it seems like to some Airbnb hosts, even though the company reported its “most profitable quarter ever” on Tuesday.

Too Many Rich People Bought Airbnbs. Now They’re Sitting Empty

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One FTX executive vomited when he learned that the crypto exchange was missing billions of dollars of customer money. A company lawyer quit via a harsh text message to then-Chief Executive Sam Bankman-Fried. A top salesman who had bet big on FTX equity saw most of his wealth evaporate overnight. https://www.wsj.com/articles/ftxs-collapse-leaves-employees-sick-with-anger-11668603708

FTX’s Collapse Leaves Employees Sick With Anger

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Amy Tiemann

Amy’s first multifamily investment was in 2010. Amy and her husband became active in multifamily investing and real estate investing, while managing their construction business. By 2017 Amy went out on her own. With decades of experience in the real estate industry, Amy brings a well rounded perspective to the company. A graduate in Organizational Leadership from Purdue University, Amy is able to collaborate cross functionally in order to bring an unrivaled service level to her properties. 

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