Join Daniel Nickles with his guest Lee Yoder as he talks about the different approaches to playing it big in real estate investing. When Lee started educating himself with Rich Dad Poor Dad and The Cashflow Quadrant, he realized that owning rental properties was what he wanted to get into. And as for most beginners, the first step is the most crucial step to take, no matter how right or wrong. Here, Lee shares his thoughts on house flipping, the essence of working with the right people, and what he decided to do that really moved the needle in his career as a passive investor.
In this episode you will learn:
- The struggle of having to sell your time and energy
- House flipping is not investing!
- Why you should consider getting a property management team
- Having a partner is influential when transitioning to bigger projects
- Lee Yoder – on working with syndication attorneys
About Lee Yoder:
Lee was a practicing physical therapist when he realized his true passion was building his own business and investing in real estate. He took this passion and considerable action to quickly build a portfolio with several small apartment buildings. He quickly repositions this portfolio, brings it full cycle, and provides an incredible return for his investors.
Today, Lee is focused on syndicating larger apartment buildings. He is the founder and visionary behind Threefold Real Estate Investing, and he’s committed to forging a path that will generate incredible wealth and opportunity for all involved. His focus is driving the business forward by forging new relationships with top-notch professionals in the real estate world and bringing on more partners to invest alongside Threefold.
Lee also hosts a podcast, Threefold Real Estate Investing, which discusses multifamily real estate investing while focusing on pursuing better relationships with family and a better walk with Christ.
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