Did you know that 1 in every 5 Millennials never plan to buy a house? As a real estate investor this could sound like a bad thing – but today’s episode is just the first peek into the world of MultiFamily investing, and why it might be exactly the asset class you should look at!
- People are choosing to rent rather than buy now more than ever
- Multifamily rent has held strong in recession as well as growth
- 1 in 5 Millennials say they plan to rent forever
Steven Pesavento is an entrepreneur & active Real Estate Investor who’s flipped over 150 homes within his first two years in the business. Based out of Denver, he manages teams out of state and is an expert at finding & funding deals. He is also the host of The Investor Mindset Podcast a Top Of The Charts show and has built a thriving private community that brings together investors focused on Personal & Business Growth with the common belief that “Investing in yourself leads to the biggest ROI”.
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