In this episode, Minh and Matt discuss when and if investors should speak to a Provider.
The guys discuss questions that investors may have regarding the number of potential SDA tenants providers have on the ground in order to gain intel on demand in particular areas.
Although understandable that investors should do their due diligence with regard to demand in any specific areas they are looking to buy into, they also need to understand that the process is not so clear-cut when it comes to how providers work and what information they will be able to provide.
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