“Interested in learning how to run the numbers on a potential rental property? Once you do finally close, how do you stay organized and keep all your finances in order?”
About the Speaker
Daniel Rubin graduated from Northeastern University with a Computer Engineering degree in 2007 just as the real estate bubble started to burst. In 2008, he realized that instead of paying rent, he could owner-occupy his first three family – living in one unit with a roommate and renting out the other two units. The income produced by the property covered all of Dan’s living expenses and he was hooked on real estate.
In 2010, Dan partnered with Ray Hurteau to form HR Ventures, LLC, which they commonly refer to as HRV Homes. Together, they invest in the strong Boston real estate market with particular focus in metro Boston. Dan is a licensed Real Estate Agent and is very well in tune with current home design trends. He defines floor plans, picks the trendy and modern finishes and maximizes resale value by ensuring every property has a personality.
Raymond Hurteau first entered the world of real estate when he worked with his father as a carpenter’s apprentice throughout high school and his early college years. He attended Northeastern University, graduating with a Bachelors degree in business and technology in 2007. Ray started his post-undergraduate career in IT at a desk and, like many of us, he wanted something different but did not know what. Dan approached Ray about investing in real estate and Ray began creating many different financial models and property analysis documents. The two saw the long term wealth potential with real estate and have not looked back since diving in. In 2012, Ray acquired his first three family, living in one unit while renting the others for positive cash flow.
Ray has a strong background in financial organization, contract negotiation, and construction management. Together, Dan and Ray continue to build their buy and hold portfolio while investing in multifamily condo conversions and new construction development projects.
Running the Numbers and Managing Rental Property
Is a “deal” really a deal?
Interested in learning how to run the numbers on a potential rental property? Once you do finally close, how do you stay organized and keep all your finances in order? This presentation will cover the following:
– Running the numbers of a potential rental property
– Estimating Revenue
– Understanding construction costs
– Staying organized and keeping your finances in order