REAL ESTATE

Travis Watts

Director of Investor Education,

Ashcroft Capital

  • Director of Investor Relations at Ashcroft Capital
  • Passive Real-Estate Investment
  • Experience with Multi-Family Apartment Investments

About Travis

Travis Watts is the director of investor relations at Ashcroft Capital and a multi-family apartment investor. He has been investing in real estate since 2009 in multi-family, single-family, and vacation rentals. Mr. Watts dedicates his time to educating others who are looking to be more "hands-off" in real estate.

Travis's Videos

Most of us have been taught that investing is about "buy low, sell high". But what about passive income and cash flow? With inflation at 40-year highs, where do you turn? Investing in multi-family apartments has been a tried-and-true way to build passive income and generational wealth throughout the centuries. Explore what's in store for multi-family apartments in 2023 and find out how you can benefit from cash flow and inflation in this exclusive webinar.
Travis Watts is a multi-family apartment investor, passive income advocate, and the director of investor education at Ashcroft Capital. In this webinar, Travis shares his expertise on passive income investing using multi-family private placements. Learn how to be an investor, rather than a landlord, and join us for an exclusive look into the power of multi-family apartments in 2023.

Take a dive into the world of multi-family private placements, and learn how to be an investor, rather than a landlord. In today's webinar, Travis Watts from Ashcroft Capital explains how large commercial real estate investing can be simple, scalable, and easy in comparison to buying single-family homes and renting them out. Additionally, Travis will discuss the current economic environment for real estate, interest rates, inflation, and the apartment forecast as we move forward. Find out how YOU can benefit from rising, stagnant, and even declining market conditions.

As the Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates and fight inflation, the real estate market has undoubtedly been impacted. But few investors understand that real estate is not created equal; the impact on single-family homes, for example, is not the same for large commercial apartment buildings. So far this year, rising rates have not led to a drop in demand for affordable apartments. Factors such as rising rents and low inventory are offsetting rising rates and keeping apartment valuations at lofty levels. In today's webinar, Travis Watts from Ashcroft Capital discusses the current economic environment for multi-family apartments and how YOU can benefit from rising, stagnant, and even declining market conditions.