Alan Schnur: Singular Leadership in Changing Real Estate Buying
Garden variety leadership is one thing; singular leadership is another. The former means playing the game well; the latter means changing the rules of the game well.
Alan Schnur, based in Houston, offers exceptional real estate investment services by changing the very way people buy real estate, create cash flow, and harness their entrepreneurial drive to obtain true financial freedom. Through books, presentations, seminars, and consultations, Alan has shared his Cashflow Mindset with anyone seeking true financial freedom. He has traveled the world as a mentor and speaker, and has lectured at Harvard University. He was honored by Houston Mayor Parker and the Houston City Council for his commitment to providing affordable, quality housing to families in need.
Alan offers expertise that is seasoned, and made stronger, through decades of experience in all critical facets of the real estate sector. He is known around the country not only for creating substantial amounts of monthly cashflow through investment properties, but also for sharing his expertise with others who seek the same financial freedom. He recently published the second edition of his book, Creating Your Own Real Estate Cash Machine.
Alan has successfully produced an impressive real estate portfolio while building a company that reached more than 200 employees. After investing in a few single-family rental homes, he realized he could apply the same principles and techniques to larger properties and achieve much greater financial returns.
With partners and syndication he has bought more than 2,000 apartment units and managed more than 7,000 units, along with hundreds of single-family houses. He owns numerous medical, office, and warehouse buildings, along over a dozen shopping centers around the U.S., and builds multi-million-dollar custom homes. He has invested in apartment units and later progressed into other types of commercial real estate, as well as ventures encompassing private lending, student housing, and 55 and older apartments.
Targeting under-performing properties and adding value through:
Increase occupancy, improve tenant mix/ base and implement stronger leasing terms.
Physical improvement to the property.
Improve net cash flow and stabilize assets.
Implement effective methods of management.
Strategic debt structure to maximize operations.