As a passive investors, we understand the importance of building a diverse portfolio. And while multifamily is the best investment on the planet, it doesn’t hurt to explore our options, especially when BIG opportunities present themselves. So, what are the opportunities in oil right now? And how do we choose a project that is likely to succeed?
Bob Burr is the driving force behind Burrite, an investment firm that focuses on the acquisition and consolidation of oil and gas properties. A 47-year veteran of oil and energy finance, Bob is dedicated to helping the industry bounce back from the COVID crisis by providing the bridge capital necessary to weather the current economic storm. Bob is currently raising money for the BR Dome property, a project that involves recompleting 247 existing wells with room for 200 more.
On this episode of Apartment Building Investing, Bob joins cohost Garrett Lynch and me to explain how he set himself up for buying opportunities when oil prices dropped and share the tax advantages of investing in oil. He walks us through the parallels between multifamily and oil, discussing the importance of putting together an experienced team that can identify and operate value-add projects. Listen in for Bob’s insight on why a passive investor should consider adding oil to their portfolio (even in the Biden era) and find out how YOU can get Bob’s Q&A video by shooting an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Key Takeaways
Bob’s extensive background in the oil business
How Bob set himself up for buying opportunities in COVID
Bob’s BR Dome project in Houston
What Bob does to attract and maintain a strong team
The lessons Bob has learned through many market cycles
Bob’s insight on buying undervalued assets
How it works to invest in an oil project
Why Bob is optimistic about oil in the Biden administration
The parallels between investing in oil and real estate
Why a passive investor should add oil to their portfolio
How to learn more about investing in Bob’s oil projects
Email email@example.com for a link to Bob’s Q&A VideoResources