How To Start Investing In Multifamily Properties with David Kamara and Jessica Bradley


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By Goodegg Investments, Julie Lam, Annie Dickerson, and Whitney Hutten. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
  • The baby steps towards building a solid foundation in real estate
  • The importance of working on a coach and getting a knowledgeable property manager
  • The impact of Covid on multifamily properties
  • The Syndication philosophy
  • The right mindset to start investing in Real Estate

Life and Money Impact Round:

  • One thing he does right now to live a meaningful and intentional life by design
  • Money hacks that will make an impact in others’ lives
  • One thing he does right now to make the world a better place



David and Jessica have been into Real Estate investing since buying their first duplex in 2006. Over time they have transformed the portfolio from residential, single-family, and duplex units to focus on larger multi-family investing. David is also a successful management consultant to C-suite executives and private equity investors. On the other hand, Jessica is in charge of renovating and redesigning their latest acquisitions. She is also a passionate speech and language pathologist. Today, they own and manage a portfolio of over 400 units across the Midwest.

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