May 9, 2022
Anthony Vicino is a best-selling author, real estate investor, and serial entrepreneur committed to helping people maximize their Return on Life. He is the co-founding partner of Invictus Capital, a multifamily acquisition firm based in Minneapolis, MN with $40m in AUM, that provides busy working professionals with the opportunity to Invest Better. As the host of the Multifamily Investing Made Simple podcast and author of Passive Investing Made Simple, Anthony firmly believes investing shouldn't be complicated, scary, or overwhelming.
In this episode, Anthony covers the basics of real estate investing, including what you need to know before buying a property, how to find deals that are right for you, and how to work with your investors to make sure they're getting the most out of your investment.
Tune in to learn everything you need to know to invest confidently in this booming market!
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[00:01 – 11:55] Transforming People Through Writing
[11:56 – 20:10] The Elements and Teams You Need to Succeed
[20:11 – 34:18] Why Multifamily is the WAy to Go
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“The thing that's really surprising for people is to realize how very few investors you realistically need to be able to raise a lot of capital and get a lot of deals done.” - Anthony Vicino
“Your returns are larger, your risk is lower, and then the tax benefits associated with owning real estate are vastly superior than anything else you get in the stock market.” - Anthony Vicino