MultiFamilyLegacyPodcast

Learning how to raise money can allow you to get into other people’s deals, add value, and get general partner ownership. Today, Ike Mutabanna explains in detail all aspects of fund structure including taxes, liability, and third-party property management companies, and investors.

Topics on today’s episode:
• What is a fund structure and how it works
• Pros and cons of different fund structures
• How to protect your investors’ data
• Fund of funds structure
• Raising funds for multiple properties

Books mentioned:
• The Power of Zero: How to Get to the 0% Tax Bracket and Transform Your Retirement
https://www.amazon.com/Power-Zero-Bracket-Transform-Retirement/dp/0989000192
• Copy Your Way to Success: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
https://www.amazon.com/Copy-Your-Way-Success-Shoulders/dp/1086466535

About Ike Mutabanna:
As the founder of WealthChakra, Ike Mutabanna has been helping investors build wealth through large-scale real estate projects. Through his community approach and creative funding structures, investors are able to create their own groups or join trusted groups to benefit from these projects. Ike is a partner in over 3,000 multifamily units in Texas, Florida, and North Carolina. He has also invested in a portfolio of office assets across 8 states, and a variety of specialized development projects in Arizona, Ohio, and Georgia.

Connect with Ike:
• Website: Wealth Chakra
• E-mail: ike@wealthchakra.com

Quotes:
‘’Time is more valuable than money.’’ – Corey Peterson
‘’Real estate has given me time to spend on the things I really value, which is family’’ – Ike Mutabanna

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