I’m not interested in real estate fads or hyped-up trends. I stick to these seven investing commandments because they deliver up consistently profitable properties that can handle the disruption of a recession or a pandemic, and still yield positive cash flow and equity in perpetuity.
My newest purchase is in my hometown, just down the street from my old high school, and I am thrilled to be getting back to my roots. The deal structure on this property is absolutely phenomenal, and I’m going to break down for you how our investors are getting a 50.5% return on their money.
Do you give yourself time to just think? I’m getting ready to make what could be a billion-dollar decision over the next ten years, and the space I give myself to think is some of the most valuable time in my week.
Some investors save their money in a bank account, earning pitiful interest rates because they need ready access to liquid funds. But you can position your capital to earn significantly more interest while you wait to deploy it with the infinite banking concept.
Because Matt Brawner invests for impact and not wealth, his move from single-family to multifamily has been a well-thought-out plan that takes into account holistic goals that support his family and the community he invests in. Hear why Matt chooses to invest in people and not property data.
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.
On this 100th episode, I thought it would be a great time to talk about big picture thinking with my good friend Kyle Garifo. We step back and look at real estate strategies for the long term, what we wish we’d done sooner in our own businesses, and how we’re preparing for a recession.