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If you’ve always thought that coming from a well-off family sets you up for more success, you couldn’t be further from the truth. Neal Bawa shares with us his journey from a child in a poor family, raised by his twice-widowed mom, to a very successful multi-family syndication career. He attributes much of his success to the drive he gained through adversity, and his ability to maintain a positive mindset.
- Adversity breeds drive. Thrive on those challenges!
- Happiness is the reason for everything, not money
- Set ambitious goals, but be conservative in your moves to get there
- There is no such thing as a single “Real Estate Cycle”
Neal Bawa is strategic and analytical investor who brings decades of experience operating in Tech to the Multifamily Game. After a successful company exit in 2015, he quickly applied his skills to source, negotiate and acquire commercial properties across the U.S., for 300+ investors. With a current portfolio over 1800 units/beds he is projected to be at 3000 in 12 months -and his business just keeps growing. Neal is driven to build a better life every day, and strives to keep a forward-moving mindset in the pursuit of happiness.
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