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Grow Self-Storage Wealth With Investing Insight From Keylock Storage

Grow Self-Storage Wealth With Investing Insight From Keylock Storage

Building a self-storage fortune doesn’t happen by accident. It takes industry knowledge, a discerning eye and a disciplined approach. First-hand guidance from the co-founder and owner of Bitterroot Holdings and Keylock Storage can help. In his book, “The Investors Guide to Growing Wealth in Self Storage: The Step-By-Step Playbook for Turning a Real Estate Asset Into a Thriving Self Storage Business,” AJ Osborne teaches you to identify investment opportunities, allocate capital, and leverage management expertise to turn a mom-and-pop real estate asset into an income-producing venture. Contents include:

  • Why self-storage is an attractive investment
  • How to get started in the industry
  • An explanation of facility valuation
  • Ways to find deals
  • Facility financing
  • How to evaluate competition and the deal itself
  • Tips for transforming an underperforming asset
  • And more!

Osborne co-founded his operation in 2012, building it into a $100 million portfolio with 12 properties across the Northwest. Though he specializes in turning around underperforming properties, he’s also developed self-storage from the ground up, expanded existing facilities and converted other property types into storage.

Published by JamesBrennae Publishing, “The Investors Guide to Growing Wealth in Self Storage,” is available in softcover format. Additional details are available at Gain the knowledge and vision to build your self-storage investments into a financial foundation for sustainable success!

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