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Multifamily Memo

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Multifamily Memo

A business podcast from Peter Von Der Ahe

The “Multifamily Memo” is the top podcast for multifamily investing in the US. Through intriguing conversations with experts in top multifamily markets, listeners gain access to investment advice not found elsewhere in the marketplace. 

Consider: If you landed in a city tomorrow, and wanted to invest, how would you instantly get up to speed? What should you explore or avoid? What’s driving the economy, what’s trending, and what’s not? What do “the pros” do to succeed, and where do the amateurs fail?   

This podcast has those answers. Investors, brokers, lenders, equity providers, appraisers and anyone interested in the multifamily industry can learn from “Multifamily Memo”. 

Hosted by Peter Von Der Ahe, who has over 20 years of industry experience, this show makes private investment discussions available for those who want to learn.  Some of you may recognize Peter’s voice from a NYC investor focused podcast called “Behind the Bricks” which can be found wherever you access podcasts.  

This show takes a different look at this trillion dollar industry, and we look forward to you enjoying upcoming episodes. 


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