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How to Raise $43M in a Year?

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How to raise $43M in a year? What kinds of non-recourse loans are available? Patrick Grimes, CEO of Invest on Mainstreet, shares his best practices on how he was able to raise millions last year, and how he overcame the hurdles along the way.

Read this entire interview here: https://tinyurl.com/39wmxf8y

What does the journey to raising $43 million really look like?

I started back in 2006, I got some advice to get into real estate and I invested where I thought we're going to double and triple my money every couple of years but 2009, 2010 happened and I lost it all. It've personally guaranteed on pre development residential and raked me over the coals really bad, but a lot of people got hit pretty hard too. I think that one of the reasons why I'm successful today is because I failed early, failed young, fast and hard. It took me a few years to recover my credit, I worked my way up in the corporate world and did some really cool things. I did medical devices, solar cells, EV vehicles, and automation, robotics, one of a kind things. I got a master's in engineering and business, but I knew I needed to get back into real estate. I did it in much lower risk ways: in single family, both in recession resilient markets and assets that made measurable improvement to cash flow. Not inventing something from nothing, or a new development that's betting and hoping on pre-development returns. Reasonable return for a more moderate and recession resilient risk profile portfolio. That led me to a very successful path of grinding away in my career and moonlighting away in my real estate business. Ultimately, it was when my wife finally came around, and I realized that I was not dateable, and I needed to make some changes and focus on family. I make choices so that my future could grow so I stopped doing single family then traded into larger multi-family and apartment buildings, I partnered up, I started that to do large syndications around growth markets and diversify into other recession resilient, and non correlated assets like energy, where you can build safer portfolios.

What are some of the best practices that other syndicators may actually benefit from?

I came from high tech, when I started working I just kept my head down, underwriting, punching out numbers, and doing a lot of heavy lifting. In early 2020, I was advised, you're doing this the hard way, you've got a network of investors, colleagues that you've built a 15 year relationship with from high tech, but there's a lot of other investors out there and until you get your name out there and you tell your story, and you get out of your hermit hole and out from underneath your rock, nobody is going to know your story, you're not going to be as relatable, people aren't going to be drawn to what you're doing. I wrote a book, it's an Amazon best seller. I write for Forbes, I've written several articles on investing in commercial real estate. A lot of educational things about the trials and tribulations that I had. I started speaking on stages, I am speaking on MFIN on alternative investments, I've done economics and wealth building strategies. And people can relate to that.

Patrick Grimes

Invest on Mainstreet

Join me at the Women's Real Estate Investment Summit on March 8th! www.azoracademy.com/women-s-real-estate-investment-summit-2023

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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/best-commercial-retail-real-estate-investing-advice-ever/support

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Sisällön tarjoaa Steffany Boldrini. Steffany Boldrini tai sen podcast-alustan kumppani lataa ja toimittaa kaiken podcast-sisällön, mukaan lukien jaksot, grafiikat ja podcast-kuvaukset. Jos uskot jonkun käyttävän tekijänoikeudella suojattua teostasi ilman lupaasi, voit seurata tässä https://fi.player.fm/legal kuvattua prosessia.

How to raise $43M in a year? What kinds of non-recourse loans are available? Patrick Grimes, CEO of Invest on Mainstreet, shares his best practices on how he was able to raise millions last year, and how he overcame the hurdles along the way.

Read this entire interview here: https://tinyurl.com/39wmxf8y

What does the journey to raising $43 million really look like?

I started back in 2006, I got some advice to get into real estate and I invested where I thought we're going to double and triple my money every couple of years but 2009, 2010 happened and I lost it all. It've personally guaranteed on pre development residential and raked me over the coals really bad, but a lot of people got hit pretty hard too. I think that one of the reasons why I'm successful today is because I failed early, failed young, fast and hard. It took me a few years to recover my credit, I worked my way up in the corporate world and did some really cool things. I did medical devices, solar cells, EV vehicles, and automation, robotics, one of a kind things. I got a master's in engineering and business, but I knew I needed to get back into real estate. I did it in much lower risk ways: in single family, both in recession resilient markets and assets that made measurable improvement to cash flow. Not inventing something from nothing, or a new development that's betting and hoping on pre-development returns. Reasonable return for a more moderate and recession resilient risk profile portfolio. That led me to a very successful path of grinding away in my career and moonlighting away in my real estate business. Ultimately, it was when my wife finally came around, and I realized that I was not dateable, and I needed to make some changes and focus on family. I make choices so that my future could grow so I stopped doing single family then traded into larger multi-family and apartment buildings, I partnered up, I started that to do large syndications around growth markets and diversify into other recession resilient, and non correlated assets like energy, where you can build safer portfolios.

What are some of the best practices that other syndicators may actually benefit from?

I came from high tech, when I started working I just kept my head down, underwriting, punching out numbers, and doing a lot of heavy lifting. In early 2020, I was advised, you're doing this the hard way, you've got a network of investors, colleagues that you've built a 15 year relationship with from high tech, but there's a lot of other investors out there and until you get your name out there and you tell your story, and you get out of your hermit hole and out from underneath your rock, nobody is going to know your story, you're not going to be as relatable, people aren't going to be drawn to what you're doing. I wrote a book, it's an Amazon best seller. I write for Forbes, I've written several articles on investing in commercial real estate. A lot of educational things about the trials and tribulations that I had. I started speaking on stages, I am speaking on MFIN on alternative investments, I've done economics and wealth building strategies. And people can relate to that.

Patrick Grimes

Invest on Mainstreet

Join me at the Women's Real Estate Investment Summit on March 8th! www.azoracademy.com/women-s-real-estate-investment-summit-2023

---

Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/best-commercial-retail-real-estate-investing-advice-ever/support

  continue reading

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