Landlords have hearts, too. Dave Holman, an investor and author, tells the story of when he checked in on an elderly tenant who was set on never moving to make sure he was alright. Listen in to hear what happened, why he got into real estate in the first place, and why real estate is really a service profession - and hear about Dave’s books on coffee, cyberwar, and climate change.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
3 Key Points
1.) You make money when you manage.
2.) Look at the property for cash flow and humanity.
3.) Real estate is a service profession.
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