Where is real estate development headed in 2023...

Where is real estate development headed in 2023…

Join Ken as he speaks with Shannon Robnett about the challenges that real estate developers and investors are facing as we head into 2023. Shannon is a Boise-based multi-family developer with experience through many real estate cycles. You can learn more about him at his website: https://shannonrobnett.com

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12 thoughts on “Where is real estate development headed in 2023…”

  1. Hey Ken, love your content it has helped me so much this past year! Thank you!

    I’m 25 years old house hacking by buying homes where ADUs are approved by the city. I buy, build an accessory unit then move and rent both to cash flow. 💵🤑
    I love this industry I’m hooked!

    I’m currently in the process of building a detached adu in my garage, only problem is the current city code is the property has to be Owner Occupied to rent the accessory dwelling unit. If you have any thoughts or options I may have when it comes time to move to the next project that would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you again!
    Big fan, Love you guys!!

  2. Really time value of money. A fifty year old building has less time value than a new unit. New house was 235 ounces of gold in 1933 at $4,700 per unit. New house in 2022 is 235 ounces of gold at $470,000. $4,700 and $470,000, same number. 235 ounces of gold is always 235 ounces of gold. Banks deal with time value of money. Real estate is a currency play. McDonalds is in the real estate business. Get it? What is a house worth with no loan and it is vacant? Zero. Show me the money?

  3. Net of this conversation: careful of your leverage in new construction. You need a solid balance sheet to weather all of the randomness and unknowns that come at you in these big projects. Thanks for the interview Ken.

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