Month: October 2021

The Most Important Personal Asset in Real Estate Investing

What does it take? What does it take to be truly successful in building lasting wealth from real estate investing? Is it finding great deals? What about having great partners? Is it access to capital? All of these are critical assets and resources, but even deeper is something more foundational, and the good news is […]


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3 Great Takeaways From My First In-Person Multifamily Investing Conference

This past weekend was insanely amazing! I attended the Jake and Gino Multifamily Mastery 4 conference in Orlando, FL, just an hour away from where I reside in Melbourne, FL. What a great treat it was! Actually, it was infinitely more rewarding than I could have imagined. Let me explain. Solidify Relationships For the last […]


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Valuable Lessons Learned From A Recent Apartment Tour

I recently had the chance to tour an Orlando apartment complex listed for sale for a team of investing partners looking for assets in Florida. I was hopeful that this 1975 property would be a great fit for their criteria, in wonderful condition and in a solid area. The marketing package mentioned how close this […]


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The Ultimate Multifamily Investors Conference In Orlando

Why I am excited for this weekend…. I am very excited for the upcoming Jake and Gino Multifamily Mastery 4 conference in Orlando. Since beginning this apartment investing journey, this will be my second conference and my first in-person conference. One of the unique characteristics of the pandemic was the ability to do many things […]


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What is Capex In Multifamily Investing?

Capital expenditures is as much a part of doing business as changing diapers is a part of being a parent. Capex, short for Capital Expenditures, are expenditures made are required to improve a property or maintain its useful life. They are different from operating expenses, which include maintenance and repairs. Whereas operating expenses can be […]


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The Greater Responsibility of MultiFamily Investing

We often talk about wealth building as the most attractive part of being a multifamily investor. But there is great responsibility in this business. As active syndicators, we serve two very important stakeholders: investors and residents. Unfortunately, most content is about the former, and not enough discussion exists about the wonderful service we get to […]


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3 Ways to Increase Occupancy In Multifamily Investing

When investing in apartments, the one thing that matters, after the health, safety and welfare of your residents, is income. Income is fundamental to multifamily investing and without it, there is no value or reason to own these types of assets. During the holding period, the ability to increase income through maximizing rental income and […]


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From Debt Snowball to Wealth Snowball

For anyone familiar with Dave Ramsey’s teachings, a very core area of his financial peace guidance is to get out of debt. The strategy and phenomenon he uses to describe this is the Debt Snowball. Here’s how it works. Debt Snowball When you commit to paying of your personal debt, start by paying the lowest […]


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The Best Investment Education You Can Get

I have interacted with many people who have been interested in learning about the wealth-building power of real estate and means by which they can invest. Since having begun my education journey in 2013, I have utilized various resources – 99% percent of them are free – to catapult my knowledge and allow me to […]


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What Are Turnkey Rentals And Are They Good Passive Investments?

Many beginning or aspiring investors ask about the concept of buying a Turnkey Rental, which is just like it sounds: a rental property that is stabilized, or occupied by a tenant and needs (or should need) no work. The Appeal Turnkey rentals are appealing to many for obvious reasons: No work up front: the appeal […]


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