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#126: From 0 to 400+ Units Through Value-Add Investing with Brian Murray
Published June 11, 2015
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    Building a real estate empire takes time, effort, and significant amounts of capital. However, as our guest today shares with us, it’s not beyond your reach! Learn how Brian Murray built a real estate portfolio to over 400 units using a variety of strategies and intelligent techniques. If you plan on building a large real estate portfolio in your future, this is a CAN’T MISS episode! In This Episode We Cover:How Brian got started with real estateWhy he invested in commercial office spaceThe techniques he used to get the place rentedWhat exactly assuming the loan of the seller meansA discussion about Capitalization RatesValue added investingHow to use the 50% Rule with commercial propertiesThe value of putting money back into the propertyHow he manages his properties and his specific views on itHow to find great dealsTips for real estate investors on getting startedHis biggest success and biggest mistakeAnd SO much more!Links from the Show#AskBP PodcastThe One Thing You Need to Achieve Your Biggest Goals [#AskBP]BiggerPockets PodcastBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Podcast show 100 with Josh DorkinBiggerPockets LinkedIn ProfileBiggerPockets FacebookBiggerPockets TwitterBooks Mentioned in this ShowThe Complete Guide to Buying and Selling Apartment Buildings by Steve BergesRich Dad Poor Dad  by Robert KiyosakiDon’t Sweat the Small Stuff and It’s All Small Stuff by Richard CarlsonTweetable Topics:“You can’t expect anyone to treat your property as well as you do yourself.” (Tweet This!)“You’re gonna see far better returns if you invest yourself and your time into your properties.” (Tweet This!)“A lot of people they think that a property is not for sale, everything is for sale.” (Tweet This!)“Grit is living life like a marathon, not a sprint.” (Tweet This!)Connect with BrianBrian’s BiggerPockets ProfileBrian’s LinkedInBrian’s Company Website
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