If you’re interested in learning more about buying apartment buildings, you’re in the right place!
Meet THE GUY to teach you more about how you can get started… a guy I’ve known for years, Michael Blank.
Michael is the host of the popular “Financial Freedom with Real Estate” podcast and the author of the bestselling book by the same name. Through his programs, he’s helped new investors purchase over 10,000 apartment units.
According to Michael there are 2 MYTHS to Apartment Building Investing.
Myth #1 – You need previous real estate experience
Most people think that apartment buildings are an advanced strategy, but the truth is, you don’t need any experience.
With a little education (from Michael Blank, of course!), you can appear much more experienced than you are. The good news is, this education can take as little as 2-3 months, not 2-3 years.
So you don’t have to waste time flipping single family houses… you can get right into apartment buildings if you want to!
Myth #2 – You need lots of money to get started
It’s surprisingly easy to raise money from people who currently invest in the stock market because apartment building syndications solve three key issues for investors:
- Apartments provide consistent returns, even during recessions.
- They produce passive income and people use that to become financially free.
- The government provides tax incentives to people who invest in real estate and you end up paying little taxes or none at all for your gains!
As you can see, it’s much easier than you might have thought to get started with Apartment Building Investing. The only thing you have to do is to learn about apartment syndications and educate people around you.
If you’re ready to dive in and get started, then I recommend you download Michael’s free ebook, “The Secret to Raising Money to Buy Your First Apartment Building”.
In it, you will discover:
- How to find your investors and what to say.
- How to gain credibility without prior experience.
- How to get commitments from your investors long BEFORE you have your first deal under contract.