Who Is The Real Estate Glutton?

Allow Me to Re-Introduce Myself…

I am a glutton for real estate. I was introduced to the RE game at a very young age. My dad got me “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” (often seen as the real estate investment bible) for my 13th birthday. At the time, I thought it was the worst gift ever! What kid wants a freaking book as a gift? To make matters worse, my birthday is two days before Christmas so that was the only present I got for both…

My Original Copy From the 90s

I read the book a total of three times—once as a kid, once in college, and once as an adult. It took a while for the lessons to really sink in but once I understood the message, I knew real estate was going to be my path to retirement.

I have experienced almost every aspect of real estate in some capacity. I became a homeowner at the age of 28. I was a commercial finance attorney drafting and negotiating loan documents (yeah, that job is as boring and crappy as it sounds!). I spent several years as a real estate agent. I invested and lost tens of thousands of dollars through a now-defunct real estate crowdfunding platform. I’ve flipped properties. I tried and failed in investing in promissory notes (mortgages). And I have a portfolio of rentals both locally and in a state that I have never stepped foot in.

Today, I co-own and am the CEO of a real estate investing firm. I want to share my journey (successes, failures, and pitfalls) with other people who are passionate about real estate, whether you’re just starting or a fellow glutton.

Welcome and thanks for reading!

3 thoughts on “Who Is The Real Estate Glutton?”

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