Nov 2, 2020
Today’s guest is Tyler Deveraux,
a multi-family investor, and syndicator from Multi-Family Capital
Partners. At 21, he acquired a student rental property and has been
part of over 100 real estate transactions, including single-family
flips to larger multi-family repositions. He controls assets in
Alabama, Texas, Ohio, and North Carolina. Tyler has been actively
investing in real estate for 13 years and now shares his knowledge
and experiences with new and season investors.
Join us for this episode and
learn more about real estate and overcoming the fear of raising
[00:01 – 05:32] The Beginning of His
introduce our guest, Tyler Deveraux
shares his life before delving into real estate
inspiration is his mother, who, even though they struggle
financially, has approached life with happiness and
joined the real estate business because he wanted security for
himself and his family and he wanted to help other people
[05:33 – 10:33] A Viable Source of Passive
started an internet business in his early 20s and eventually
started acquiring single-family rental properties
initially didn’t know anything about real estate, but then realized
it could be a viable source of passive income
met someone from MF Capital Partners, who introduced him to David
Lindahl trains people on real estate business and is the author of
“Emerging Real Estate Markets” and “Multi-Family
Lindahl has an education company that mentors and walks people
through multi-family acquisitions
- Eventually, David asked him to be a trainer
himself of Fundamentals of Multi-Family Investing, which he has
been teaching the last couple of years
talks about willing to coach and mentor people about multifamily
[10:33 – 23:55] From Single to Multi-Family
talks about his first multi-family acquisition; a 20-unit deal at
has a third-party management team to manage his businesses for
was self-managing before for his single-family
- Third-party management is a “game-changer” for
bigger properties and provides a better experience for
then acquired a 75-unit property in Austin, Texas, together with
his coach and sponsors.
grew into the business after following his coach’s
out to people to know their needs.
discusses briefly the significance of syndicating your
[23:56 – 34:30] Overcoming the Fear of Raising
shares an advice about raising money
an investor into your transactions and take care of
don’t have to convince people that real estate is a good business.
Most of the time, you’re teaching them.
encourages his peers to reach out to more people
- Rejections and failures are part of the
shares how important an elevator pitch is.
elevator pitch briefly discusses what you offer.
clear on your message and on what you do.
[34:31 – 38:49] Closing segment
- If your grandkids and great-grandkids want to
write a book about you, what would that be?
Great Grandpa was Super Bitching”
wants to be remembered as happy, energetic and giving
- Connect with Tyler. See the links
“As long as you’re
putting people first and taking care of people…everything works out
how it should. People first and everything falls in
line.” – Tyler
“The key to acquiring wealth
is providing value.” –
“You cannot be successful
without experiencing some failure.” – Tyler Deveraux
You can connect with Tyler
Deveraux on his social media platforms, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Partners, and their
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