Investing is for all types of people, from many backgrounds and schools of thought. You may find similarities among other investors, or learn something new!
Herewith tips and insight, is Joe Cadavos, Investor
Q: Who was your first business mentor?
A: Tom Krol
Q: Who was your first mentor in real estate?
A: Chris Jensen
Q: What is your favorite book?
A: The Bible
Q: What is the best lesson you have learned in real estate?
A: The profit is made on the buy, and not the sell.
Q: How many properties do you own?
A: We currently own two properties, and adding two more this month!
Q: When did you start investing?
A: May 2019
Q: Why do you Invest?
A: I want to work for myself and my family, and not anyone else. My goal is to build up passive income in order to ultimately attain the time and financial freedom I want for my family.
Q: What is the best advice you have received?
A: Approach each day as a blessing from God.
Q: Do you have a favorite podcast?
A: Wholesaling Inc.
Q: Any hobbies?
A: Playing basketball with the kids. Playing a little guitar.
Q: What is the best advice you could give someone else?
A: Investing in real estate is dependent on taking massive action and learning from all the failures along the way.
Q: Is there a place for you where time slows down?
A: In the mountains somewhere, reading a book with the wife.
Q: If you were a member of a music group, it would be _________?
A: definitely with Red
Q: I was introduced to Auben ______.
A: Summer of 2019. I believe Tyson responded to one of our company’s marketing initiatives.
Q: If you weren’t investing in real estate you would be_______.
A: An electrical engineer, working a stagnant W-2 job.
Q: If you were to start over_______.
A: primarily as a wholesaler in the CSRA, I would aim to go 10-20% lower on the prices of homes I put under contract.