Often times, your own personal limiting beliefs can stand in the way of you attaining success. For each of us, they are unique to our own situation but it is vital that you pivot your mindset, and start believing in yourself. Our guest today went from a full-time W2 job and took the leap of faith to go into real estate full-time — in the self-storage sphere. In this episode, we welcome guest Zach Quick, Zach is a Christian, husband, father, and self-storage investor located in Northwest Arkansas. Zach and his wife built up a residential portfolio of 28 units before pivoting into self-storage full-time.
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They now own and operate 7 facilities and over 300,000 square feet in the midwest. Today we dive into why Zach and his wife decided to go into self-storage, what it is like working with his spouse, when he knew it was time to leave his full-time job, how self-storage may be resilient to downturns, and so much more. So tune in and get ready for a great conversation today on your daily Real Estate Syndication Show!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Zach shares more about his story.
- The breaking point that helped Zach pivot from single-family/ residential to self-storage.
- What it is like working together as a team with his wife.
- When Zach knew it was time to leave his former job and move full-time into real estate.
- Why Zach went with self-storage over multi-family or any other asset class.
- Limiting beliefs and how they’ve made the syndication process difficult for Zach.
- How Zach prepares for a downturn and events that help self-storage flourish.
- A flocking to commercial real estate and what Zach predicts the real estate markets will do in the next 6-12 months.
- Ways and habits that help Zach reach high levels of self-discipline.
- How Zach has improved his business: Think bigger, even if you aren’t there yet.
- Best source for meeting new investors.
- Optimism and how it’s contributed to his success.
- How Zach gives back: Tithing and helping people figure out real estate.
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About Zach Quick
Zach is a Christian, husband, father, and self-storage investor located in Northwest Arkansas. Zach and his wife built up a residential portfolio of 28 units before pivoting into self-storage full-time. They now own and operate 7 facilities and over 300,000 square feet in the midwest.
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