Sam Isaacson, president of Walker & Dunlop Investment Partners, talks about the opportunities the firms see in CRE assets worth less than $100 million.
In this episode of Common Area, David Bodamer talks to Sam Isaacson, president of Walker & Dunlop Investment Partners (WDIP) about the opportunities the firm sees in assets worth less than $100 million across most property types.
WDIP is commercial real estate investment firm now comprised of 31 investment professionals who manage approximately $1.2 billion.
In this episode, you will learn:
- How WDIP defines middle market assets, how they source deals and what sectors they are targeting in 2021 and how it’s using technology and data to develop insights into what assets to acquire.
- How the firm is looking at small business bankruptcies and small business formation and how it is impacting the firm’s investment strategy.
- Why the firm is looking at opportunistic and value-add strategies in the new future.
- What the broader political landscape and Democratic control of the presidency and both houses of Congress might mean for the sector.
- And more!
Tune in now for the latest insights!