INSPIRATIONAL INTERVIEWS WITH INDUSTRY EXPERTS WHO TELL YOU ABOUT HOW THEY MADE THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THEIR LIVES BETTER THAN THE LAST.
Lane Kawaoka Bio:
After 12 years as aLicensed Professional (PE)Civil/Industrial Engineer, I fired the boss and began to focus 100% of my time on my investing and helping others in myPassive Investor Accelerator & Mastermind.
I began investing in 2009 in rainy Seattle, being a ramen eatingcheapoI was able to buy a property early right after college. After discovering the difference between ‘Cashflow Investing’ and ‘appreciation investing (gambling/speculating)’… I moved my portfolio into 11 single family rentals in Birmingham, Atlanta, Indianapolis, and Pennsylvania. Today, I am investing insyndicationswhich invest in Class C & B Multi-Family Apartment, RV Parks, mobile homes, and assisted living facilities because of this Nation’s demand for affordable housing – not rich people Class-A assets. Mymissionis to help regular people into good deals that were once only accessible to the rich. The passive income from investing in stabilized rental properties made it possible for me to move back home toHawaiiwhere the cost of paradise is 10%+ cost of living and -30% less pay for comparable jobs in the US mainland. There I was able to live a lifestyle where I was able tobiketo work.It did not take me long however to finallyquit the day joband ditch the e-bike for a Mercedes.
On this episode:
Find out the 70/20/10 rule and the importance of getting out there and just doing.Learn how Lane built his investment career.Discover the major transition points Lane experienced as he built past 11 investment properties.
The key for investors is to keep your return equity high.I don’t like books. Just stop reading and just go out and do it.
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