Have you always dreamt about being in real estate but have no idea where to start and what it takes? After making a significant investment in her personal development and taking advice from her coaches, Debbie Camacho-Franco took massive action and began to build her real estate business focused on apartment investing. Realizing that networking, traveling, marketing, and educational training costs quickly added up, Debbie also knew it was imperative to continue investing “growth” capital but before investing any more of her money, she wanted a sure thing. Luckily, she found me and the Kahuna Boardroom. If you want to get into multifamily, you don’t have to start wholesaling or continue rehabbing. Just go for it.

Topics on Today’s Episode:

● Power of Connection: Network and find out who’s who
● Kahuna Boardroom attendees want to do something to change and grow
● Mentors helped Debbie learn how to manage people in the corporate world
● Corporate world experience allowed Debbie to build her own business
● Debbie considers her mother an amazing human being and the reason why she’s so driven professionally to be able to take care of those she loves
● Corporate America: Way to make a living, but company gets the profits; at the same time, transition to be your own boss and start your own business
● Spin-selling means asking situational, problem, impact, and pay-off questions to tell a story and paint a picture that motivates people
● Self-selected investors and partners should like and trust each other before making a commitment
● Most people want freedom and time, but don’t have either or only one; the solution is to invest in multifamily apartments
● Raising Money and Momentum: What it feels like to get your first, “Yes”
● Being true to herself is one of the main principles that Debbie lives by; it reconfirms her attitude and character
● Debbie loves to help and mentor others, so she brings together people who want to learn about multifamily investing
● Visualize: When you start to believe in it, you can achieve it
● Stay focused during moments of self-doubt; “No” means for right now, not forever
● Real estate isn’t always a solopreneur sport; get support from a partner
● Don’t let anything stop you from pursuing your dreams; entrepreneurship is as much about failure as success to be able to grow and learn

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