Top Questions to Ask a Potential Sponsor 

Investing In Multifamily Real Estate

Hosted By

Jacob and Arleen Garza

Founders of REEP

Hear from the expert sponsors, discuss the key questions you should ask a potential sponsor before committing your investment.

What You’ll Discover:

Watch our latest webinar to discover the critical questions that can help you make informed decisions and navigate the complexities of multifamily real estate investing. Don’t miss this opportunity to arm yourself with the knowledge needed to assess sponsors effectively and maximize your investment potential. 

You won’t want to miss expert advice and practical tips to guide you through the process of choosing the right sponsor and getting the key questions answered regarding: 

  • A sponsor’s track record 
  • Investment approach 
  • Operational strategies 
  • Deal structure, and communication 


Since founding REEP Equity in 2012, Jacob and Arleen Garza have proven themselves as industry leaders in real estate. They have bought, managed, and sold over 5,550 units in prime locations such as San Antonio, Austin, and Houston, currently owning, managing, and operating an impressive portfolio of 3,895 units across twenty-two properties valued at over $650 million. Through their in-house management company, REEP Residential, they have successfully completed full cycles on ten properties. REEP’s accolades garner prestigious awards including consecutive Fast Track Awards from the San Antonio Business Journal for three years and the Business of the Year recognition and being named a Top Place to Work by the San Antonio Express-News. Their excellence is further acknowledged by awards from the National Apartment Association and the San Antonio Apartment Association, solidifying their impact and influence within the industry. 

In 2012, Arleen and Jacob Garza combined their experience in finance and entrepreneurialism to launch Real Estate Equity Partners, “REEP.” Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas- REEP Equity is vertically integrated with its in-house management company, REEP Residential.

Together, the divisions focus is on acquiring and managing underperforming, income-producing, multifamily investments. Today, with 3,895 units, REEP has been named one of the fastest-growing companies three times by the San Antonio Business Journal and a 2023 Top Employer by the National Apartment Association. REEP’s in-house management sets it apart from industry competitors. The equity, asset, and property management teams work together to provide investments with consistent cash flow, equity upside, and tax benefits.

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