How To Start Investing In Multi-family Apartments w/ Joe Fairless

In this week’s The Investor Success Podcast show, with special guest, Joe Fairless, we talk about going from single family homes to buying apartment complexes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Why losing your job accelerates an Entrepreneur
  2. How investing in apartments allows you to scale up quickly and without limits
  3. Which do you need first?  Deals or Funding Dollars
  4. How to approach potential private money partners and present your deals to them.
  5. How to find apartment deals
  6. The importance of building relationships with commercial brokers
  7. How to find off-market apartment deals
  8. 30 Day Challenge
  9. Why time is the most valuable resource available
  10. Investing in platforms and networks

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Resources:

www.joefairless.com

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About our guest:

Joe Fairless is the host of the world’s longest running daily real estate podcast, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever. His career began in New York City as the youngest vice president of an advertising agency, to creating a company that now controls over $54,000,000 worth of real estate. Joe’s, Best Ever Podcast, hosts distinguished real estate investors and entrepreneurs to share their advice and success stories. Past interview guests include Barbara Corcoran and Robert Kiyosaki. Joe’s new book, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever, Volume 1, has been personally endorsed by Barbara Corcoran, and all profits are being donated to Junior Achievement of Cincinnati.

 

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