Family Focused Passive Real Estate Investing

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Family Focused Passive Real Estate Investing

Do you have to sacrifice your family life to build a business? Adam Adams’ path to 1400 cash-flowing multifamily units and 7 joint syndications says “No!”. See how he built a better team, a better business, and a better family life focusing on the life he wanted first.

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Attracting Passive Capital for Bigger Deals

Are you ready to raise more money this year? 

Adam Adams, aka “Triple A” uses the same 3 pillars that I do to raise passive capital for multifamily syndications.
Read how Facebook, a podcast, and real estate seminars can create a reputation that can raise $2 million for an investor in only 72 hours.

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Raise Private Money for Yourself

I want to give you some thoughts and reflections about what’s going to happen over the next couple of months and where I think the opportunity is going to show up. Currently, I have over 3,000 units of multifamily as a general partner, and I anticipate buying more as distressed properties start coming on the…  Continue Reading

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The Entrepreneur’s Journey: Investing in Value-Add Apartments

Real estate is the tool that can help you build the life you ultimately want. How big are your goals? Are they bigger than your fear? Many people come into real estate with a self-limiting belief about what you can do, but Sterling White is a success story that will destroy your fear-based excuses. Sterling…  Continue Reading

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Best Practices For Real Estate Syndication

First of all, you should take the security laws seriously. To stay on the right side of the law, there are some boxes you need to check off when you put together your real estate syndication. You can call it a joint venture. You can call it a profit sharing agreement. You can even just…  Continue Reading

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10 Advantages of Self-Directed IRAs

You probably already know all 10 advantages of self-directed IRAs. You’ve probably already set up your own self-directed IRA and use it to fund deals. But how many people in your circle of influence have set up a self-directed IRA in order to invest with you? Your family members, friends, colleagues and other contacts probably…  Continue Reading

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Value-Add Apartment Investing: A Success Story

The idea of investing in multi-family units or apartment complexes can seem intimidating to many real estate investors – particularly those who are just beginning to build their business. But, as Tim Bratz explains, it can actually be a very feasible, “do-able,” and profitable option. Tim has 10 years of real estate investing experience, and…  Continue Reading

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Raising capital through FHFA and Private Money for Real Estate Investing

Raising capital through FHFA and Private Money for Real Estate Investing

I want to share with you a little tip I use to raise private money and further solidify relationships with my buyer and seller leads. I’ll tell you how I leverage the free site FHFA.com to further relationships with my buyer and seller leads so I’m positioned as an expert in their eyes. I’ll also…  Continue Reading

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How to Raise Cheap Private Money for Your Real Estate Investing Deals

How to Raise Cheap Private Money for Your Real Estate Investing Deals

Raising capital is not a matter of marketing, or overcoming objections. It’s about knowledge, understanding how money works and understanding how the money you’re going to borrow from private lenders gets put into play. On top of that, it’s about understanding what else is out there that you’re competing against. When you meet with private…  Continue Reading

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How To Raise Capital for Your Real Estate Transactions

How To Raise Capital for Your Real Estate Transactions

Raising capital is not a matter of marketing, or overcoming objections. It’s about knowledge, understanding how money works and understanding how the money you’re going to borrow from private lenders gets put into play. On top of that, it’s about understanding what else is out there that you’re competing against. When you meet with private…  Continue Reading

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