Webinar: Top Ten ways to maximize your Apartment NOI

Multifamily NW Welcomes Bernard Gehret, Principal Broker (0017)

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Wednesday, February 10, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PST)
Zoom Webinar
185 Seats Remaining

Event Details

"Highly successful landlords and property management teams are constantly reviewing ways to increase the Net Operating Income (NOI) of an apartment property.  Many of these successful investors and managers dramatically increase the quality of services they provide for tenants, while also maximizing the property income.  Bernard Gehret will review the Top 10 ways he is seeing successful operators maximize their apartment income during these changing times of increased governmental legislation and the pandemic. 

Bernard Gehret's "in the trenches" webinar will review: 

-What are the "traditional" ways to increase income? 

-What is the "new normal" for high efficiency operations in 2021 and beyond? 

-What is the ONE THING apartment owners MUST do in 2021 to stay safe and actually "thrive"? 

Also, Bernard will take time to answer your specific apartment questions during the Q & A portion of the webinar, so feel free to ask anything you want!"

Multifamily NW Welcomes: Bernard Gehret, Principal Broker, Joseph Bernard Investment Real Estate

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Ericka Hargis
Ericka Hargis
Education & Events Coordinator MFNW

Multifamily NW Welcomes Bernard Gehret

Bernard Gehret is a multi-family real estate broker who specializes in assisting individuals and families generate sustainable wealth through real estate investing. Mr. Gehret focuses on advising clients in moving their dead equity into more effective investments, and finding high quality investment opportunities that are not often found officially on the market.

In January 2006, Mr. Gehret co-founded Joseph Bernard Investment Real Estate, specializing in multi-family brokerage. The company is consistently ranked as a top commercial real estate firm by the Portland Business Journal and Oregon Business Magazine, and was a finalist for the Oregon Ethics in Business award in 2010.   Bernard is also a former winner and runner-up of the Commercial Association of Realtor’s “Investment Broker of the Year” award.

Having began brokerage in the year 2000, Bernard has closed over 300 transactions resulting in excess of $300 million in total sales volume. He utilizes his tremendous expertise in vigorously representing his clients.

Mr. Gehret values representing clients really well, and loves a "teamwork" approach to brokerage, creating successful strategies with his clients to assist them in reaching their financial and personal goals. His straightforward, calm and professional approach creates a smooth transaction for clients in an often chaotic marketplace.

A strong believer in building long-term relationships with strong representation, Mr. Gehret continues to provide a high level of service to each of his clients after closing. He strives to be each client's "Broker for life", and provides tremendous focus and expertise in completing all deals.

Mr. Gehret provides investment real estate seminars focusing on maximizing wealth with multi-family investments including the popular  quarterly “Apartment Investor Series” held in Portland, Oregon.  He is available to speak to groups focusing his topics on increasing sustainable wealth through investing in apartment buildings.

Prior to co-founding the company, Mr. Gehret was the Senior Broker and top producer for Granite Equities, LLC. He trained and mentored junior brokers, as he has a passion for reaching back and helping pull others forward.

Prior to becoming a commercial real estate broker, Mr. Gehret provided sport psychology services to professional athletes. He consulted professional baseball and hockey players on performance enhancement, in addition to delivering sport psychology consultations to various collegiate and high school athletes and teams.

Bernard earned a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology from San Diego State University, and also a B.A. in Psychology from Miami University. While at San Diego State, he co-founded "Peak Performance Consultations", a graduate student operated group that provided sport psychology services to university athletes.

Mr. Gehret loves playing any sport with his family, traveling, and spends way too much time delving into the incredibly interesting men’s fashion blog The Parisian Gentleman.