A REIA Report Portfolio Analysis is a comprehensive analysis which reports the financial performance of a specific number of pre-selected properties held by an owner. The customized analysis is conducted using verified income and expense data for the properties, conservative industry standards, and criteria unique to the owner.
A few benefits of a REIA Report Portfolio Analysis
Allows for the easy comparison of financial performance between holdings
Compiles financial performance analysis of multiple income producing properties into one report
Depending on format requested, data can be sorted by any reported factor
Provides an easy to use structure for making decisions about future acquisitions and dispositions, or exchanges
Provides an "at-arms-length," third party analysis of an investor real estate holdings
Financial factors in report allows investor to compare real estate performance to other asset class holdings
Another BIG Benefit: All REIA Reports come with a FREE 30 Minute Strategic Review with Max Wilson. Although every REIA Report was designed to be easy to understand and use, there are many investors that are not always sure what all the numbers mean and how they impact buying, holding, and exit strategies. This review was created at the request of investors to help them get the most use out of the report and is driven by questions that the buyer or seller of the report has about the property, the numbers, what they mean, what are the most important numbers to look at (for them), and how to use the report to their advantage.
How much does a REIA Report Portfolio Analysis cost?
REIA Report Portfolio Analysis' cost is dependent on the number of properties, number of buildings, number of units, and the format you want to receive your analysis in. Each REIA Report Portfolio Analysis can also be customized for the investors needs.
Have questions about REIA Report Investor Analysis?
Call Max Wilson at 412-552-9811 to discuss your situation, investor needs, or to request an example of a REIA Report Investor Analysis.