Mar 13, 2019
Co-Founded Toro Real Estate Partners in 2015. John focus is the strategic direction of the company, formulation of investment strategy, investor development, and acquisition & dispositions. He has been investing in real estate since 2010. John’s understanding of deep value investing in the real estate space started by buying tax deeds and tax liens. Since starting in real estate he has been involved in over $350 million in various real estate transactions, spanning from tax liens, rental/sale transactions in New York, and his own personal investments.
John worked at Marcus & Millichap and focused on the multifamily investment sales in the Brooklyn and Queens market. When John left Marcus & Millichap it was to focus 100% of his time on the growth of his real estate investment company. John played baseball at Queens College where he graduated with a degree in Economics
Some topics covered:
-How John’s grandfather was the spark to show him about real estate investing?
-How doing something real estate involved will get you on your journey?
-Why tax liens are a great intro into real estate investing?
-Why working as a real estate broker helped him learn how to buy commercial real estate?
-What direct mail can do to help propel your lead search?
-How using creative finances can get you into a deal?
-How do beginners have that conversation with investors without a proven track record?
-How to dive in a learn a market 1,000 miles away from where you live?
-Why you should scale up to buying large multifamily?
-What is John’s WHY?
-Words to live by?
-Best way to reach John: email email@example.com or on his website at www.tororep.com
As always we thank you so much for your support.
We appreciate you for listening.
Google Play - https://goo.gl/RHjVzX
Podcast on YouTube: https://youtu.be/FHKNj3fRBMc
REI Foundation Podcast: https://thereifoundation.libsyn.com/
A full list of podcasts are available at https://www.yarusiholdings.com/podcast/
And if you have any questions feel free to reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org