Rafi Mizrahi is an out-of-state real estate investor since 2010. He developed a skill set to overcome the distance. He has extensive experience in raising money from out-of-state investors, building and managing professional teams all over the country, property valuation, negotiating, and acquisition.
Let’s dive in to learn more about Rafi who has been investing in real estate from abroad for a long time.
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[00:01 – 05:59] Opening Segment
Rafi talks about his background.
Why he decided to invest in overseas
How he started investing in the US.
[05:59 – 14:46] Investing in the US from Abroad
How Rafi started to build the concept as he decided to invest in the US.
The best practices he followed before investing and how he avoided common mistakes.
How to manage properties from a distance
How Rafi scaled his real estate business
The importance of building a system where you can get the trust you need from your team.
Why he decided to work not only on one niche
[14:46 – 24:12] Multifamily and Coaching
Why Rafi preferred multifamily over single family.
The downsides of single family investing.
Coaching and who to coach
How you can overcome the fear of rejection
The importance of understanding the numbers before you make the leap to multifamily.
How Rafi chooses where to invest and the markets he has been focused on
[24:12 – 28:42] Bullseye Round
Someone who stopped responding after the deal
Most Recommended Book:
Does not read
What his next step is
I Wish I Knew When I Was Starting:
That you can go big from the beginning
Best Place to Grab a Bite in Tel Aviv
Doesn’t go to restaurants
Reach out to Tom at proudcommunities.com or via email
“If they can do it, then I can do it.” – Rafi Mizrahi
“If the property management has a bad reputation then you will hear about it.” – Rafi Mizrahi
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