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Have you ever considered real estate investing but balked at the idea of dealing with property management and maintenance? Picture a world where you simply invest your money, and someone else does most of the work. Welcome to the realm of passive real estate investment!
In this episode of "How Did They Do It? Real Estate" podcast,hosts Seyla and Aileen Prak, engage in a candid and informative discussion with Litan Yahav. An ex-navy officer turned multifaceted investor, Litan co-founded Vyzer and is passionate about generating passive income through real estate. His primary mission is to empower individuals to take control of their finances. This vision led to the creation of Vyzer, a unique investment management solution, simplifying the way investors manage and monitor their investments for passive income.
Throughout the discussion, Litan candidly shares his valuable experiences and lessons from the investment world. Listeners will garner practical advice on finding sponsors and managing diverse deals. Litan also unveils his secrets to successful asset diversification and imparts the invaluable lessons he's learned along his investment journey.
But that's not all! Litan also explains the concept of Real Estate Syndications (RE syndications). He explains what they are, how they operate, and the potential returns they offer.
0.35- Introducing Litan Yahav.
1.10- Litan's Background : Litan speaks about his professional journey and how he transitioned from an entrepreneur to a diversified investor.
4.22- Finding Sponsors and Expanding the Network : Litan sheds light on his approach to networking and sponsor selection.
8.25- Understanding Deals : Litan delves into the complexities of various deals and his strategy to manage them.
13.21- Litan's Way of Managing Finances : Litan shares his financial management strategies.
18.55- Litan's Passive Investment Strategy : Litan offers insights into his passive investment strategy, sharing the secrets of diversified assets and how to employ them for passive income.
"When you invest in a single door there are a lot of risks. There might be a return, but there are still a lot of risks. When you invest in 200 doors at once, with the same check size then it just makes so much more sense to me."