INCOME, REAL ESTATE

Rob Anderson

President,

BV Capital

  • Bridgeview (BV) is a Private Real Estate Development & Investment Company
  • reating Unique Investment Opportunities through Real Estate for Accredited Investors, Family Offices

About Rob

Rob Anderson is the president of BV Capital, a real estate private equity firm based in Dallas, TX. He is also the principal of BV Securities, a wholly owned broker dealer offering direct investment opportunities to accredited investors and RIAs. Mr. Anderson has been investing in real estate since 2002 and is passionate about educating investors on the investment and tax benefits of adding private real estate to their portfolio.

Rob's Videos

Learn the macroeconomic reasons and tax benefits of investing in commercial real estate such as multi-family, industrial, mixed-use, and vacation home developments. Each property type has unique investment characteristics that investors can benefit from, as well as the tax advantages that direct real estate investing provides. Active real estate investors can now retire from the day-to-day headaches of managing investment property and invest in institutional properties on a passive basis alongside a seasoned real estate development company. These investments can be done through a 1031 exchange or by a direct investment with an IRA or after-tax money.

Texas is booming, and it is just getting started, which makes Texas a great place to invest in real estate. Learn how and why BV Capital invests in Texas real estate and what it can do for your portfolio. The company's projects include multifamily, student housing, industrial net lease, office, single-family lot development, and mixed-use projects. Rob Anderson will talk about each of these with active deals and case studies, and what unique benefits investing in each of these property types offer investors.
Covid-19 has pushed interest rates to historically low levels effectively reducing bond market yields across the board. This forces investors to accept lower returns or take on more risk to produce desired income levels. However, investing in real estate can bridge the income gap by taking advantage of the current low-interest-rate environment which creates higher cash flow producing stable income while diversifying investors from the bond and stock markets in a tax advantaged way.
Covid-19 has pushed interest rates to historically low levels effectively reducing bond market yields across the board. This forces investors to accept lower returns or take on more risk to produce desired income levels. However, investing in real estate can bridge the income gap by taking advantage of the current low interest rate environment which creates higher cash flow while diversifying investors from the bond and stock markets.