Jun 14, 2021
After a stint at Ford Motor Company, Paul Moore co-founded a staffing firm where
he was a finalist for Michigan Entrepreneur of the Year two years straight. After selling the staffing firm to a publicly traded company, Paul began investing in real estate, founded multiple investment and development companies, appeared on HGTV, and eventually built and co-managed a successful multi-family development.
Paul is also the host of How to Lose Money Podcast and the contributor to Fox Business and Bigger Pockets, producing live video and blog content on a weekly basis. Paul is the author of The Perfect Investment – Capitalize on America’s Obsession with Stuff by Investigating Self-Storage. Paul is the Managing Director of three commercial real estate funds at Wellings Capital.
Let’s listen to Paul as he shares his inspiring life story and gain more knowledge about investing in multifamily, self-storage, and mobile home parks.
[00:01 – 04:15] Opening Segment
[04:16 – 14:15] Speculating vs. Investing
[14:16 – 29:35] Create Profit Machine from Self-Storage and Mobile Home Parks
[29:36 – 40:00] Go From Riches To Rags Back To Riches Again
[40:01 – 42:45] Closing segment
“ If you keep playing double or nothing with most or all of your capital, you'll eventually land on nothing then you'll have nothing left to double.”- Paul Moore.
“Our goal is to give people hope. If they know that the successful people had pain too, they will realize hey I can make it too.” - Paul Moore.
“ I think it's really important that we all have a bigger why, that's much bigger than ourselves, what we are doing, our bank account.” - Paul Moore.
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