Today, we welcome Angad Guglani to the show who shares with us the success of his company, Cooper Square Acquisition. Angad’s meteoric rise is unique for a few reasons. Not only is he only 24, with a rapidly expanding portfolio, but his distinct approach to scaling is different from most of the guests we have on the show. He uses a ‘think small to think big’ philosophy which means that he prefers doing multiple small deals rather than chasing one big one.
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There are several advantages to this model, all of which he shares with us. While it may depart from conventional syndication, Angad still uses many management techniques and systems that would be in place in a multifamily syndication. He further shares with us how he scaled his team, his goals for Cooper Square going into the future and the importance of surrounding yourself with people to combat entrepreneurial fatigue. Angad is a rising real estate star and we look forward to seeing what the future has in store for him. To hear from this inspiring young man, join us today!
Key Points From This Episode:
- How Angad got started in the real estate business at 19.
- The number of units Angad currently owns and how he scaled his portfolio.
- The skill and art of hustle – why the real estate bug bit Angad.
- Discover Angad’s approach to raising capital and scaling and the advantages of it.
- The types of single-family homes that Angad invests in allow him to scale like multifamily.
- Where Cooper Square’s deals come from.
- The power of subjugation – how Angad scaled his team alongside the growing business.
- What the future has in store for Cooper Square.
- Pushing past entrepreneurial fatigue is easier when there is a team around you.
- Reaching out to people and trying and failing – the two contributors to Angad’s success.
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Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Angad Gulani’s email — firstname.lastname@example.org
About Angad Guglani
Angad started investing in real estate 3 years ago and currently has a portfolio of 70 single-family houses, 2 multi-family buildings totaling 12 residential units, and a self-storage facility. The wholly owned $6MM+ portfolio generates cash flow of approximately $25k per month with no outside equity capital. He uses his own capital earned through a RE brokerage business he started as a college student in NYC, where he was generating over $150k per summer when he was just 19 years old. Today, at the age of 24, Angad is thankful to have found a niche using the BRRR strategy in a historically C-class area.
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