The vast majority of multifamily syndicators don’t stop with one property. And with each new deal, we start the stressful process of raising capital all over again. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Today, Joe Fairless explains why he has pivoted from raising money for individual deals to raising money through a fund.
So, you want to be a real estate investor, but… The pandemic has shut down all of the usual networking events. How do you build relationships with potential partners or passive investors? Today, Suzy Sevier and Michael Barnhart explain how to turn virtual events into networking opportunities and do deals from anywhere in the world!
So, you’ve done a multifamily deal or two, and your friends and family are maxed out in the money department. What is the best way to grow your investor base and scale your capital raise? Today, Dr. Jeff Anzalone explains how he built a real estate investing platform and raised $2.7M in just five days!
Imagine being able to raise millions of dollars for a multifamily syndication deal in just a few days, with very little effort on your part. Today, Kate Buck turns the tables to ask me what it took to build an effective digital marketing platform and 10X our capital raise in under 18 months!
So here’s the shocking truth about getting started with apartment buildings: you don’t need to be rich. In fact, you don’t even need hundreds of thousands of dollars to get started with apartment building investing, because you’re going to raise it from private individuals. And here’s the other truth: These individuals are going to be happy to hear from you!
This is my story about how I bought a 12-unit apartment building with money raised from private individuals. Lessons Learned from a Deal Against all Odds and a Nightmarish First Year. Don’t make the same mistakes as I did and learn how to raise money to buy your first apartment building.