SFR or Multi-Family Apartments with Corey Peterson


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In this episode, we have an opportunity to have a conversation with Corey Peterson on the world of multifamily. Corey is my dear friend and a multifamily guru. He has been in the industry for a long time, and he is doing great things.

Corey Peterson will share his real estate journey with us and what triggered his passion for joining the world of multifamily. Also, he will tell us how storytelling has become an essential part of his life.

In Corey's life, family comes first. Corey will tell us what he is doing for his family and what kind of legacy he wants to leave behind for his children. Also, he will be telling us of a love journal that he and his wife maintain and why it is essential to them.

Are you ready for a motivating episode? Listen in to this episode.

Key Talking Points of the Episode:

[02:34] How Corey got into real estate

[07:26] Corey's scale on real estate

[12:23] How big a deal in multifamily is property management

[14:22] Scaling a business: How does Corey scale his business?

[15:43] Corey's brand: the big Kahuna

[18:32] What does legacy mean to Corey Peterson?

[21:00] Love journal story

[25:47] Corey's heroes

[28:27] What does the future look like for Corey and Kahuna

[31:17] How can you become an investor in a multifamily deal?


"The biggest mistake you can have with your children is trying to put yourself on a pedestal and give them unrealistic expectations of them living up to the height."

"If you don't look for the best management companies, you are doing yourself a disservice."

"COVID is already on its way out the door, and guess what, I still own all my assets."

Connect with Corey Peterson:

Kahuna Investment

Resources Mentioned in the Episode:

Rich Dad, Poor Dad- Robert Kiyosaki

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