There’s a definite risk every time you invest, and after the nineties dotcom bust, Dinesh Gauba wanted to get his mind right about potentially losing everything again. His solution is what he calls the asymmetric risk-reward.
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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.
The host of Flipping Boston and my good friend Dave Seymour knows about more than just single resi units. He’s currently standing up a $100 million dollar fund to invest in multi-family apartments, so we take the chance on today’s show to talk about how COVID-19 has affected the hard money loan business.
For an inside look into how the lending end is holding up for real estate, Angelo Christian talks about his mortgage loan origination business. As one of the top producing loan originators in the country, Angelo’s perspective is invaluable. In addition, his personal story will inspire you to be better and work harder.
Institutional loans have come to a screeching halt while banks wait for a sign of the direction this economy is going to go in. Even crowdfunding platforms have slowed down as it seems like everyone’s holding their breath. There are going to be some amazing deals on the marketplace in the next six to eighteen months, but your ability to access private money is going to be crucial to your success.