Posts Tagged ‘#multifamily’

EP 72: How This Millennial Created a Thriving Real Estate Side Hustle Through House Hacking with Kim Gillock

It can be very overwhelming to begin investing in real estate when working a full-time job and juggling so many responsibilities. On today’s episode, we chat with Kim Gillock a buy and hold investor from Denver, CO.  She got her start in “house hacking” and has never looked back. We chat about the importance of…

EP 70: Recession Proof Investing & Why Women Should Invest with Annie Dickerson

So many investors are constantly talking about when the real estate market will course correct or even worse – crash. While none of us have a crystal ball, we do have control over which real estate investment vehicles we place our money into. We are excited to chat with Annie Dickerson on today’s episode. We…

EP 66: How She Transitioned from Single Family Investing to Apartment Buildings with Anna Myers

Transitioning from single family investing to apartment building investing is something many investors want to do. And we are so excited to sit down and talk to Anna Myers on today’s show, where we talk about this transition and much more! Anna currently serves as Vice President at Grocapitus, a commercial real estate investment company…

EP 49: From Starting in Construction at Age 19 to Converting Churches into Multifamily with Jenn Patrino

Jenn Patrino is co-owner and President of TierView Development. She joined TierView Development as the company’s third employee in 2013. Ms. Patrino oversees a $30 million portfolio, comprising several hundred thousand square feet of commercial, mixed-use and residential space in Austin, TX and Philadelphia, PA. In addition, Jenn is directly responsible for all acquisitions, design development and construction administration for TierView. Prior to joining TierView Development, Ms. Patrino spent over 10…

EP 46: How This Attorney Went from Billing Hours to Owning Over A Million in Assets with Stephanie Cabral

Stephanie is a buy and hold investor of single family homes and duplexes in central Connecticut. She unknowingly discovered investing in 2012 when she bought and renovated a condemned duplex despite hefty student loans and a modest salary. Since she began intentionally investing in 2015, she’s acquired 2 buy and hold properties each year, has…