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More than just facts and figures, our blog documents BlueSpruce’s journey through the real estate investing landscape and provides guidance for your own path.

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The Rate of Return on Everything - real estate outperforms every other asset class in both absolute returns, and it's even better on a risk-adjusted basis (aka the Sharpe Ratio), via Viking Capital. 23 Life Choices that Are In Your Control, via Brad Feld

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84% of Americans are shopping for something at any given time, in up to six different categories. And in nearly one quarter of shopping occasions, shoppers say they turn to their smartphone first. Think with Google 84% of Americans are shopping for something at any...

Technology We Use

Live look at me writing this post I plan to write a longer post that goes into more detail about how we automate many of our business processes, but I thought some might just want to know what tools we use. So here they are. FullContact to capture business cards...

2018 Annual Letter

December 4, 2018 Dear Friend, This is the first of what I hope will be many more annual letters to investors. The obvious inspiration for this is Warren Buffet's annual shareholder letters. And while I would be a fool to promise the same level of insight and financial...

Ten Questions to Ask About Every Real Estate Investment

Adam recently interviewed experienced passive investor Jeremy Roll on the Creative Real Estate Podcast. He had so many good tips about investing that we turned them into a blog post. First, a little about Jeremy: Jeremy Roll, a real estate and business investor for...

Nizan Mosery Workshop

Earlier this month we were excited to have Nizan Mosery be the keynote speaker at our Multifamily Intensive Workshop. You can watch his presentation below as well as download the slides. Downloads All About Market Cycles All About Sponsorship Sample Deal...

Lessons from Naval Ravikant

Everyone wants to be wealthy, but few understand how. Our schools are no help. They teach us how to fit in and occasionally some specific skills, but they fail at teaching us how to think about money. I don't really blame schools for this. After all, most teachers...

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