Today’s guest is a real estate investor, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Invictus Capital, a multifamily acquisition firm in Minneapolis, Minessota.
Author of a new book Passive Investing Made Simple.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- After realizing that Anthony and his partner had the same conversations tons of times with investors about apartment syndication, what to look for underwriting a deal, and the lack of resources to learn about that and many other things, they decided to write a book. In their book to wrote about how to approach and navigate passive investing.
- Real Estate vs Wall Street; the agenda of playing up the notion of the risk on investing in real estate. Advantages of investing in Wall Street, are Index Funds really the safest option? It’s a good idea to diversify the investment.
- Hiring operators, the reality is that investments are made more in the operator than in the deal itself, the operator can be of great help or can be a great harm.
- Nuts and bolts of passive investing. What to look for as a passive investor. Advantages to invest in a small operator vs invest in a crowd funding institution.
When somebody is giving you their money, you just don’t look at it as they handed you a dollar. Think about as what they’ve exchanged to achieved that dollar, and they exchange pieces of their life for it. – Anthony Vicino
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