There is power in taking action and stepping out of your comfort zone. In this episode, Victor Leite talks about leaving his full-time job in healthcare to pursue his passion for real estate investing. He shares how he has acquired and managed over $30 million worth of multifamily assets and generated enough passive income to achieve financial freedom.
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Listen in as Victor also speaks about how the multifamily deal was a success with the help of experience, confidence, and a careful approach to underwriting and finding the right team. Tune in now and also get tips on what questions you should ask your operators so you know they’re the right fit for you!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Victor‘s backstory about his personal life and why he left the American Dream and pursued real estate.
- How did Victor and his wife transition their focus and skill sets to multifamily space?
- The importance of not just figuring out what you want to do but figuring out where you want to end up.
- Victor talks about his first multifamily deal, how he found it, and how he raised money for it.
- What gave Victor the confidence to move into a large multifamily deal and know that he will be successful?
- Questions passive investors can ask to ensure that the operator they are investing with has the right team for their projects.
- Victor’s predictions for the real estate market in the next 6, 12, and 18 months.
- How is Victor prepared for a possible big downturn?
- Victor’s biggest source for meeting new investors.
- The important metrics that Victor track.
“You reached that level of American Dream that everybody’s in search of. But five years plus into it, working private practice 60 hour plus long work weeks, overnight on call dealing with the medical business world, it just started taking a toll on me. You felt this burnout coming, you felt the stress coming.” – Victor Leite
“In real estate, it’s a place that anyone can get started and could reach some form or some level of financial freedom.” – Victor Leite
“Everybody’s trying to figure out what they want to do, how they want to do it, but they never figure out where they want to end up. Where is your outcome-driven goals? And you need to start at your outcome-driven goals, and work your way backwards and focusing on prioritizing the do’s, the don’ts, the defers and then the dumps. You have to figure out that plan.” – Victor Leite
“It was very difficult to source opportunities that made any sense on paper, but it really came back to being local, knowing the market, street by street, block by block, networking, talking to owners, talking to management teams, and finding out where the distressed properties were at or where the tired landlords were at.” – Victor Leite
“We completed that entire business plan in one year, completely turned 63 units, not only physically, but from a community standpoint, raise the rents completely, and the value was proven..” – Victor Leite
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About Victor Leite
Victor Leite is one of the founder of Twenty-Five Eight Capital, a real estate investment company focusing on multifamily syndication. He got his start in the Single Family space and developed a consistent real estate investment track record with over 200+ single family BRRRR and fix & flips projects completed along with building a sizable single family rental portfolio. He has successfully transitioned his skill set towards the multifamily space, acquiring and managing over $30 million dollars’ worth of multifamily assets as a General Partner and Operator.
Additionally, Victor attended the George Washington University School of Medicine, and has been practicing clinicians for over 13 years. Through real estate, he has been able to generate enough passive income to leave his full time W2 jobs in healthcare. He now enjoy spending his past time raising his two kids in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and has a passion for helping other busy professionals attain the same level of freedom in their own lives.
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