#43 - Exploring the Boom of Self-Storage and Its Investment Potential
Passive Income PilotsNovember 10, 2023x
43:4330.09 MB

#43 - Exploring the Boom of Self-Storage and Its Investment Potential

Welcome back to another episode! Tait and Ryan talk about the lucrative world of commercial real estate investments, with a special focus on self-storage, a rising asset class rapidly gaining traction among investors. They discuss cap rates, why building is better than buying in the current market, underwriting self-storage, and rent growth. Enjoy the show!

Timestamped Show Notes

(00:00) Intro

(03:34) What is a cap rate, and why does it matter

(07:26) Real estate vs. stocks

(08:54) Why invest in a ground-up development project

(10:44) Why building is better than buying in the current market

(12:47) Renters vs. buyers of self-storage

(16:51) Market research before building self-storage

(19:19) Why everybody wants storage

(21:17) Why did Spartan Investor choose self-storage

(26:18) Underwriting self-storage and rent growth

(30:26) Challenges and opportunities in commercial real estate investments

(36:15) Risks in ground-up development

(39:19) Investment opportunities

(43:24) Outro

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The content of this podcast is provided solely for educational and informational purposes. The views and opinions expressed are those of the hosts, Tait Duryea and Ryan Gibson, and do not reflect those of any organization they are associated with, including Turbine Capital or Spartan Investment Group. The opinions of our guests are their own and should not be construed as financial advice. This podcast does not offer tax, legal, or investment advice. Listeners are advised to consult with their own legal or financial counsel and to conduct their own due diligence before making any financial decisions. The hosts, Tait Duryea and Ryan Gibson, do not necessarily endorse the views of the guests featured on the podcast, nor have the guests been comprehensively vetted by the hosts. Under no circumstances should any material presented in this podcast be used or considered as an offer to sell, or a solicitation of any offer to buy, an interest in any investment. Any potential offer or solicitation will be made exclusively through a Confidential Private Offering Memorandum related to the specific investment. Access to detailed information about the investments discussed is restricted to individuals who qualify as accredited investors under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Listeners are responsible for their own investment decisions and are encouraged to seek professional advice before investing.


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