Josh Cantwell shares what he did to avoid missing out or overpaying on the deal when they were $1M short on closing day.
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In this episode, I’m sharing a case study for one of our most recent properties, “54 Niles” — a 54 unit apartment building that we bought off-market for $2.43M, and could now sell for over $4M in less than a year!
Today, I’m speaking with Chris Grenzig. Chris began his real estate investing journey in 2016 by attempting to flip houses on Long Island NY, but ultimately failed to flip a single property despite spending tens of thousands of dollars and several months trying. Instead of giving up, he shifted his focus to multifamily real estate
I get a lot of questions about what it’s like to run a large multifamily business
As a way to bridge the gap and to show you what’s involved, this update outlines the various projects we’re working on, from our smallest properties, to our largest ones.
There’s A LOT that goes into a multi-family deal from concept to close — which is why so many real estate investors decide to work with a general contractor. But be warned, not all general contractors are created equal, and choosing the right one can be the difference between your project going good or bad.
What would you do if your life was completely overturned? Would you be prepared for it? Today I talk with Jeff Holst about when his life was in complete disarray, and how investing in real estate got him back on track AND bought back some time.
Financial freedom is a great thing to have and all of us want to get there at some point. However, being a successful entrepreneur also means having to make sacrifices in your personal life. Or does it? Well, I talk to Cliff Hayden, entrepreneur/real estate investor, about how he got into the real estate business, how financial freedom affected his personal life and what he had to develop to find the hard yet rewarding balance between his purpose in life and financial freedom.