As a founding member of the Joint Chiefs of Real Estate Partners, with a founder from every branch of the military, Noel Walton has seen how military experience can directly translate to a successful real estate investing career. In the next year as he prepares to transition to civilian life, he has big plans to scale up his post-military career.
From the first investment property that I purchased in 2001, to the founding of my real estate education business, to my pivot into multifamily passive income in the last year, I’ve been so privileged to share my real estate journey with so many amazing students, investors, and friends. I want to take a few minutes and share the six rules that are the foundation of my success.
I’m going to pull back the curtain and let you see the buying and selling we’re currently in the process of working on. We’ve got 6 properties going through due diligence, and we’re clearing out the hottest properties in town: single-family homes. A new year means some light rebranding, and I’ll share how we’re adjusting our strategy to the current market.
I’m busy buying, selling, refinancing, raising capital, and coaching, but I want to give you an inside look into my current deal flow process. I love watching other investors raise capital because it gives you a chance to see inside their decision-making process, and I want you to see inside mine.
Like clockwork, for the last one hundred years a massive wealth transfer has occurred every seven years. Using a strategy he calls the 3 Ps, Gary Boomershine is putting himself into a position to take advantage of the coming wealth shift cycle.
What would your life look like if you could work because you wanted to and not because you had to? Unlock the golden handcuffs that tie you to your job, and reduce your reliance on W-2 income by investing in cash-flowing ventures. Justin Donald introduces his book The Lifestyle Investor that will put you on a path to financial freedom.
My newest property purchase at Akers Avenue in Akron, Ohio is a smaller property than I normally buy, but I was able to pay cash for it. I’m going to talk about why I bought it sight unseen and without due diligence from the seller, plus I’ll share the tools I used to help me analyze the property.