Can winning habits be learned? In the case of real estate syndication, anyone can take advantage of success stories from investors who have learned the ropes through the years.
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In this episode, Sean Donnelly of Left Field Investors shares valuable insights on how to thrive in a real estate syndication. Life Bridge Capital’s Deana Berg gets to uncover his journey into passive investing and how he continues to make a mark in the industry.
Key Points From This Episode:
- What made him decide to venture into real estate investing?
- What role does his wife play in the business?
- What were the lessons he realized from his first investment?
- What motivated him to go into passive investing?
- How was his experience doing his first phone call to propose a deal?
- How does he approach PPM today?
- What investment advice did he learn that is still relevant today?
- How has he demonstrated the power of real estate investment to his kids?
- How does he keep track of his investments?
“You don’t have to be the first, just be the swiftest. So just keep going.”
“Have grit, have that hustle, have that passion.”
“Never give up on yourself, whatever it is that you’re going to, go after it with passion.”
“What we want to do is educate people in this passive investing space and make them smarter and better and understand the importance of due diligence.”
“Think differently, invest passively.”
“Our goal is not to go after the shiny object, but to go after people that go after knowledge, to share that knowledge, and then find operators and sponsors that we know, like and trust.”
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About Sean Donnelly
Sean Donnelly started his real estate investing journey in 2007. However, the recession tested his determination to which he credits today for inspiring him to be one of the best in the industry. Today, he is active in multi-family and funding opportunities through syndications.
Sean earned a degree in finance from Iowa State University and then completed his MBA in 2007 from Otterbein University.
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