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Passive Investing Strategies for Busy Professionals with Taylor Loht

Intrigued with real estate investing, but concerned about picking up a second job and more headaches, Taylor Loht searched for new investing strategies. As a busy professional himself, he understood the importance of learning passive investing strategies and sharing those insights with others. He has partnered in over $50 million in multifamily and self-storage investments, as both a general partner and passive investor through tax-advantaged retirement accounts.


Taylor is the founder of NT Capital and host of the Passive Wealth Strategies podcast. He teaches busy professionals how they can invest in real estate without dealing with tenants, toilets, and termites. He lives in Richmond, Virginia, where he started and runs the monthly Richmond Multifamily Investors Meetup, trains Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and actively contributes to BiggerPockets.


We sat down with Taylor to get his thoughts on the F.I.R.E. movement, insights on passive investing for busy professionals, and why he pivoted his business and brand.


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How Busy Professionals Can Create Wealth and Passive Income

Let’s be real, Wall Street is a casino.

Do not be afraid to pivot, rebrand, and reinvent yourself.

The reality is flipping houses is not a passive strategy it’s an active business, especially if you’re self-managing that property.


Bullseye Round

Apparent Failure:

Not implementing things faster, slowing my trajectory. This taught me to implement faster and increase my financial trajectory.

Digital Resource:


10% Happier

The Syndication Show Podcast

Most Recommended Book:

Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)

Daily Habit:

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Current Curiosity:

Enormous US debt, cryptocurrency

Wish I Knew When I Was Starting Out:

Learning from other successful people

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Passive Wealth Strategy

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