Miami real estate veteran Kenneth Rosen has invested here for 40 years. While he always had a formula for his acquisitions, he hadn’t committed it to paper until recently. His “Big Six” principles include seeking top locations, quality building design in class-B buildings and high occupancy rates in the property you buy. Properties need recognizable upside potential, should be financed creatively with local lenders, and, of course, change hands at a reasonable price.
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