Nov 27, 2021
Are you in real estate thinking of earning a strategic relationship? This episode is for you! Today I have the pleasure of hosting Corey Peterson on the show. Corey and I are in a strategic relationship. The beauty of our relationship is that our roles are clearly defined, and none of us micromanages the other.
Corey Peterson is a multifamily investor. He’s an author, podcast host, mastermind host, and coach. Corey has learned how to create both financial freedom and time freedom. Corey enjoys serving others by building both his and his investors’ wealth and teaching others how to do it.
In this episode, we’ll be telling you how our partnership began, the deals we have done together and what we are looking forward to in the future. Also, Corey will share some nuggets of wisdom for the newbies in the industry.
Listen in and learn.
Key Talking Points of the Episode:
[01:08] Getting to know Corey
[09:18] How Corey Peterson started talking about controlling capital
[05:15] Core values of a strategic relationship
[11:48] Raising money from investors
[20:05] The one Robins portfolio and what Corey loved about it
[23:02] What do the next five years look like for Corey and his company
[24:57] What is Corey currently reading?
[27:33] Advice to people who are just joining the real estate world
Quotes from the Episode:
“Being a trustworthy, upstanding person who does what they say they’re going to do and at the end of the day, the one thing that I can say confidently is that my investors trust me.”
“Nothing ever works when you rush a deal.”
“Nothing works when you rush a partnership.”
“If I’m going to put my investors capital to work. I need to know who I’m dealing with.”
“I love the way that we each stay in our lanes, and we respect each other’s role.”
“We believe that that real estate is the safest vehicle out there and that more people should be being deployed into that asset class and we just choose to work with those that are high income and high net worth.”
“No matter what people say, buy and hold.”
“I truly believe that it’s not about how much money you make, but the assets that you buy, with your income.”
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