Gwyeth Smith was a Wall Street equities trader before turning to multifamily. He’s the founder of New Wave Capital and Rustic Capital, investing in Ohio, Texas, Southern Indiana, and Pennsylvania.
Mark and Gwyeth sit down and discuss the importance of great partnerships and how to leverage people’s strengths effectively.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- Gwyeth’s relationships have played a big role in his success. Multifamily is a team sport and finding good teammates is the key. Look for partners who complement your skillset and make up for your deficiencies.
- Fundraising is an essential part of real estate investing. Developing this skill early will benefit you throughout your investing career.
- You don’t need to have it all figured out before getting started in real estate. You can start by educating yourself, building a network, and taking action.
“I’d rather do a good deal with great people, than a great deal with not-so-good people.” – Gwyeth Smith
Resources In Today’s Episode:
Books Mentioned In Today’s Podcast
- The Go-Giver by Bob Burg
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