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Best Ever Show Podcast | Developing, Acquiring, & Syndicating Affordable Multifamily Units with Scott Choppin

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Urban Infill development: urban, we all know. infill, maybe not. Urban infill development consists of finding sites that are vacant or under-utilized. They are located in an existing metro area. Finally, you put together a development project with the intent of new construction.

 

Scott Choppin is here today to give us an insight into how to build and run a growing real estate business. In this episode, you’ll hear his most challenging deal in the past five years, what he ran into, how he got through it, and what the big lessons learned are.

"We are a real estate developer that has focused, since I started the company in 2000, on urban infill real estate development. Urban is what everybody would expect; infill, for those who don’t know, is basically finding sites that are vacant or under-utilized in an already existing urban metro area. Then you put a real estate development project together on that piece of land, on that asset, with the intention of producing new construction. For example, apartment projects that we either sell (merchant build style) or own long-term, with all the advantages of being in urban locations. - Scott  Choppin

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