Want to be inspired? Then read, watch, or listen to these successful real estate investors’ stories.
What is your Stupid Human Trick? We all have a unique ability that seems incredible to others. The trick is figuring out what it is that you are particularly good at and using those strengths to craft the processes and systems that capture wealth. I’m on the line with Cashflow Ninja M.C. Laubscher to discuss the best investment opportunities out there, the reasons why people struggle financially, and his advice around collapsing your financial plan to achieve financial freedom through multifamily investing.
Wealth is code for freedom. If you want to be a millionaire, it’s probably because you want control over your time and the freedom to spend it with the people you love. I road-tripped to LA for a conversation with Paul Morris, co-author of the New York Times Bestseller Wealth Can’t Wait, to discuss the 7 Wealth Traps that hold people back, the 3 Rules of Investing to avoid losing money, and how he achieved health, wealth and freedom through real estate investing!
Becoming a syndicator is not the only way to achieve financial freedom through multifamily investing. Today I am joined by Tom and Tim Black of Napali Capital to discuss their journey in real estate, with a specific focus on the passive investor. Listen and learn why multifamily is the best choice for passive investors, the returns a passive investor can expect, and the staggering tax benefits of the platform.
Your chances of doing even a 60-unit multifamily deal on your own—with no track record—are very slim. But if you work with Nighthawk Equity, my partnership with Mark Kenney, you can leverage our reputation to secure that critical first deal. Today I am on the line with Mark to discuss what prompted his transition to full-time real estate investing, how his story is consistent with the ‘law of the first deal,’ and the process of working with Nighthawk.
One of the big real estate rookie mistakes is to turn into a Walmart shopper as you build your team. But my guest today, Damion Lupo, can vouch for the fact that a quality team is an investment that will save you millions in the long run. He discusses his first multifamily deal, a 119-unit property in Memphis that resulted in a $2M loss, and the painful lessons he learned about failure, building a team, and the value of an experienced mentor.
Joseph Gozlan’s story defines the word GRIT. Once he decided that multi-family was the route he wanted to take, Joseph committed to doing whatever it took to secure his first deal—despite the roadblocks he faced during that two-year journey. Today he shares why he chose real estate in the first place, the circumstances around his shift to multi-family, and how apartments have allowed him to consider quitting his job in IT to transition into full-time real estate.
When it comes to multi-family real estate investment, putting the blinders on and jumping in may be the best strategy. Today I’m on the line with Jason and Pili Yarusi, a husband-wife team with experience in construction who recently made the leap from flipping to multi-family. They share valuable advice around overcoming the mindset challenges associated with apartments, reaching out to mentors, and learning as you go.
For passive, everlasting cashflow, multi-family is the way to go. Today I am speaking with Jack Bosch, a real estate investor with a unique background in flipping land who eventually made his way to apartment building investing. Listen as he explains why he would have liked to get into multi-family sooner, and his best advice for breaking into the space with no prior experience.
What gives a 27-year-old with no experience in multi-family the audacity to swing for the fence? Listen in on my call with Patrick Duffy as he shares the steps he took to partner with me on a 69-unit property in Memphis, how he made use of the act ‘as if’ approach to secure a letter of intent, and his best advice for working with investors. Learn how doing his first deal has changed the game for Patrick, as he aspires to reach 1,000 units in the next 12 months!
Join my conversation with Whitney Nicely, the queen of real estate investing in east Tennessee. Today we discuss the benefits of a bold, ‘throw spaghetti at the wall’ approach to investing, how Whitney finances deals with no money or credit, and the reasons why it’s advantageous for every woman to build a real estate portfolio of her own.