Jeff Holzmann, managing director of iintoo, highlights what a real estate investor’s checklist should contain before going international.
Jeff Holzmann, managing director of iintoo, lays out the basics when it comes to international investment and offers a glimpse of what the business will look like in the future.
Jeff Holzmann speaks with GlobeSt.com NJ/PA editor Steve Lubetkin in an exclusive TV interview.
Jeff Holzmann talks to MannReport Management about why he decided to get into real estate, how to tap into the earning potential of real estate, the hottest areas in NYC right now and more.
According to Jeff Holzmann, iintoo’s Managing Director, 20% of malls in any given state are either consolidating or shutting down as a direct result of the shift to online shopping. However, Holzmann adds, “commercial real estate is still growing in iintoo’s market, like student housing, since it can’t be replaced online.”
You want to invest, but you’ve got to pick up the kids from school. Life gets hectic, and sometimes it’s hard to make investing a top priority. Jeff Holzmann, busy father and managing director of iintoo, a real estate investment company, offers tips that can take your investing to the next level.
Amazon releases its list of metro areas being considered for its second headquarters. The Washington Post asks Jeff Holzmann, iintoo’s Managing Director, to share his analysis of the list.
Holzmann expects that, in deciding where to build its second headquarters, Amazon will focus on labor pool, costs, tax breaks and how much it can leverage from a state and region. He said that works against big markets such as New York, D.C. and Los Angeles and works to the advantage for Austin, Raleigh-Durham, Columbus and Indianapolis.
Some lucky cities drew one step closer to hosting Amazon when the e-commerce giant published a list of 20 finalists for its second headquarters. The company announced last September that it would invest as much as $5 billion in the project, which it calls “HQ2,” and potentially create 50,000 high-paying tech jobs. Inc. magazine asks Jeff Holzmann, iintoo’s Managing Director, to weigh in on which city is the most likely choice.
At a time when crowdfunding for real estate projects is becoming de rigueur, there’s a new competitor in the mix—and it means business. Tel Aviv-based iintoo launched its U.S. operations in May and has been busy sourcing high-yielding real estate opportunities for investors since. To date, iintoo has raised $96 million for 33 projects—primarily multifamily projects in the U.S.