Once you’ve exhausted your sphere of influence, where can you go to raise capital for multifamily deals? Today, Yakov Smart joins me to discuss how real estate syndicators can leverage LinkedIn to connect with the right people, send the right message and scale their marketing efforts on the professional networking platform.
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.
If you want to raise money, I mean REALLY raise money, you need a thought leadership platform. Today, Josh Cantwell joins me to share his four steps to building an online community of investors and explain how he leverages digital marketing tactics to raise millions in capital for multifamily deals—in a matter of minutes!
Raising capital for multifamily real estate deals strikes fear in the heart of many an aspiring syndicator. But what if you didn’t have to chase leads? What if you could simply ATTRACT high-net-worth investors? Today, Hunter Thompson joins me to explain how he built a thought leadership platform that nurtures prospects through consistent content creation.
What makes YOU different from all the other multifamily syndicators? Read on for 3 tips to stand out from the crowd—so you can raise more money!