Acquisitions may often be the hardest part of starting your syndication business, and without determination and relentlessness, you may never get to where you want to go. Our guest today is known for his relentlessness and discipline. He has worked incredibly hard and it has definitely paid off.
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Welcome back to another episode of the Real Estate Syndication Show. Our guest today is Chihiro Kurokawa. Chihiro is a real estate private equity investor focused on multifamily. Through his firm Black River Equity Partners, he and his two partners own and operate two Texas properties totaling 376 units. The first of those acquisitions are under contract to sell as of September 2020, proving out capital and operational improvements that warrant a profitable exit in under two years. Chihiro is relentless in what he has accomplished and our hope today is that it will encourage you to keep pushing forward!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Chihiro shares more about his background and how he diversified his invoice stream.
- How Chihiro maintained a high level of relentlessness and dedication.
- A few daily focus points to help yourself push forward: Discipline, mentorship, and mechanics.
- How Chihiro stayed motivated and focused through experiencing setbacks.
- Chihiro talks about his first deal and the key to achieving it: Knocking down dominos.
- The importance of being aware of the economic state when researching a deal.
- Raising capital for his deal: Partnership.
- Quick tips Chihiro would pass on to listeners: Enjoy yourself in the process.
- Hardest part of the syndication business: Acquisitions.
- Preparing for a downturn: Avoid losing money, based on how you buy.
- What Chihiro sees happening over the next 6-12 months.
- What led to Chihiro to gaining such a high level of self-discipline.
- Habits that Chihiro focuses on a daily basis: Being healthy.
- Number one thing Chihiro has done to improve his business that you can apply to yours.
- His best source for meeting new investors: Maintaining relationships with current investors.
- Number one thing contributing to Chihiro’s success: Relentlessness.
- How Chihiro gives back: Mentorship.
- How to get in touch with Chihiro.
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About Chihiro Kurokawa
Chihiro is a real estate private equity investor focused on multifamily. Through his firm BlackRiver Equity Partners, he and his two partners own and operate two Texas properties totaling 376 units. The first of those acquisitions is under contract to sell as of September 2020, proving out capital and operational improvements that warrant a profitable exit in under two years. He can be reached at www.BlackRiverEP.com.
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