The first deal is critical. Once you get your first deal done, the second and third follow automatically. We call it the law of the first deal. But there’s a bit of a different mindset with people as they approach the syndication business. Some people stick their toe in; they do a small deal […]
Whether you’re going through college, whether you’re going through multifamily, neither way is going to get you rich overnight. With that said, one other question you should ask is What’s the game you really want to play in the long term? Do you want to be in a professional career that you’re going to go to every day? Or do you want to be a multifamily investor?
We’re told that without a college degree, we can’t earn good money. But Cody Davis realized he didn’t need earned income if he could make passive income with multifamily real estate. Today, Cody explains how he built a portfolio of 24 units by the age of 21—without using any of his own money!
Yes, an education in business or finance is a good foundation for a real estate investor. But spending time with an experienced syndicator and watching a deal happen firsthand is more valuable than any degree. Today, Josh Gorokhovsky joins me to explain how to find a mentor and convince them to work with you!
This might come as a surprise to you, but you don’t need five to 10 years of single-family house investing experience to get started with apartment buildings. In fact, you can get started without any experience in real estate or otherwise at all. But how do you do this? How do you get brokers and investors to take you seriously?
What’s working NOW to get real estate deals under contract? Today, I’m sharing the panel discussion my mentoring team had at Deal Maker Live 2019 around the challenges newbie investors face. We cover what our mentoring students are doing to be taken seriously and how they’re raising money for their first multifamily deals!
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.
Is fear stopping you from doing your first multifamily deal? Nervous about losing the relative safety (and health insurance) that comes with a W-2? Today, Craig Schumacher joins me to explain how he developed the calculated courage to quit his job as a real estate appraiser and build his own multifamily and student housing portfolio.
Think you need to be a Lone Wolf on your first multifamily deal? Brian Briscoe was looking at 6- and 8-unit properties until he realized he could go bigger, faster if he had help. And he was right. Today, Brian joins me to explain how he leveraged a joint venture partnership to accelerate his success!
So, you don’t have real estate investing experience. And you don’t have any resources of your own to invest. Today, Anthony Metzger joins me to explain how he partnered with Nighthawk Equity to close on his first deal, a 218-unit in Little Rock—without a track record and without using any of his own money!