Awareness of real estate risks can help individuals make informed decisions and protect their financial interests.
Christopher Larsen is the founder and Principal of Next-Level Income. Since “retiring” after 18 years in the medical device industry, he has dedicated his time to helping others become financially independent through education and investment opportunities. Chris has been investing in and managing real estate for over 20 years. While completing his degree in Biomechanical Engineering and M.B.A. in Finance at Virginia Tech, he bought his first single-family rental at age 21. After that, Chris expanded into development, private lending, buying distressed debt and commercial office, and ultimately syndicating commercial properties. He began syndicating deals in 2016 and has been actively involved in over $1B of real estate acquisitions. In addition to real estate, Chris owns multiple car wash locations across the Southeast. Chris lives with his wife and two boys (and Viszla, Lucy!) in Asheville, NC, where he loves spending time with them outdoors and enjoying the food and culture the region offers.
In this episode of the podcast, Chris takes us on his journey into the world of real estate, discussing his personal experiences and the lessons he has learned along the way. He also delves into the concept of mutual engineering and how it can be applied in real estate, as well as the market’s current state and risk mitigation techniques. Finally, Chris shares insights into the potential opportunities in the multifamily sector and highlights some prospective markets worth considering.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE EPISODE
1. Chris’ journey into real estate [00:00] – [3:23]
2. Mutual engineering [3:23] – [6:11]
3. Market state [6:11] – [8:40]
4. Risk mitigation techniques [8:40] – [12:04]
5. Opportunities in multifamily [12:04] – [15:06]
6. Prospective markets [15:06] – [17:03]
7. Car washes [17:03] – [22:07]
8. Ways to connect Chris [22:07] – [23:24]
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