Learn how to start small and scale quickly in the real estate industry through raising money from investors in your own network, find out how he turned the $30K dollar loan to a $40M real estate empire, and know more about the unforeseen challenges of ra...
Learn how to start small and scale quickly in the real estate industry through raising money from investors in your own network, find out how he turned the $30K dollar loan to a $40M real estate empire, and know more about the unforeseen challenges of raising investor’s capital.
Matt Faircloth has been a full-time investor for 15 years. In that time he has successfully completed projects involving dozens of fix and flips, office buildings, single-family homes, and apartment buildings. He started with a $30,000 private loan and has now completed over $40,000,000 in transactions involving private money.
In this episode, learn about how to raise capital especially if you are a mom ‘n pop real estate entrepreneur looking to find investors for your deals.
00:59 – How he was thrown into the real estate path
02:45 – How he borrowed money to get started
04:53 – Common mistake first-time investors commit
08:53 – How to get started in the US with just a single-family home
11:47 – How to raise capital and how to define accreditation for an investor
16:14 – Tips for pop and mom real estate entrepreneur who wants to raise capital from accredited investors
“You don’t have to go buy a $10 million apartment complex to be in real estate or to be a syndicator to be raising capital for investing. You can start small and you can buy, get into this business in bite-sized chunks and scale quickly.” – Matt Faircloth
“Going big too fast – that’s a major mistake some people make. I also think that people go into many different directions at once.” – Matt Faircloth
“The main reason why we chose the non-accredited path is that we want to give people access to another source of investing with their retirement accounts. That’s probably my biggest source of investments, retirement accounts.” – Matt Faircloth
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