Join this week’s guest speaker, Josh Ferrari, on Thursday, May 6 at 1:00 p.m. EST as he covers “How to Properly Vet a Sponsor”.
If you are thinking about investing in a passive real estate deal, whether it’s a syndication or a real estate fund, it’s extremely important to learn how to vet the opportunity properly. That way, you know exactly what you are investing in, and whom you are investing with.
It takes study, time, and experience to learn how to vet a deal properly, but a lot of people get so caught up in the minutia of looking at the deal, that they forget to even look at the sponsor that they are giving all their money too.
Register today to hear Josh present on what you should look for in a syndicator and in an investment opportunity – the most important one being the syndicator.
My name is Joshua Ferrari. I grew up not knowing anything about finances or investing. I always thought I was just going to work until I was 65, retire on a farm out in the country, and travel with my wife to see the world. I had no background in financial education and I seriously hated school. Yet, somehow the idea of investments caught my attention when I read that famous book titled “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki.
My eyes got big, my mind opened wide and I began diving into the idea of wealth creation. “How am I possibly going to ever make enough money to live the lifestyle I want and create a legacy and stability for my family?” Then I found real estate.
I specialize in raising private capital, locating, negotiating, & acquiring value-add multifamily assets, & teaching others how to follow in my footsteps.
I have grown to have a passion like no other for multifamily real estate. My journey started 2 and a half years ago when I bought my first multifamily property which was a fourplex. My experience throughout that journey has given me the needed expertise in managing contractors, subcontractors, and materials for multi-unit rehabilitations.
I have been a licensed Aircraft Technician for the last 3 years. The job of an Aircraft Technician is fun, and it requires meticulous attention to detail for the safety of the flight crew. I have never had any aircraft required to be reworked due to unsatisfactory work. My attention to detail allows me to be the expert needed to run these types of assets.
My ability to manage other people’s money as a financial coach positions me to be a high-class asset manager & financial investor. My ability to raise private money has gotten me the title of primary capital raiser at over $7,000,000 raised in my less than 3-year real estate investing journey.
I currently have $4MM AUM which equates to 90 Units.
I’m happily married to my wife, Alicia for three years. We have a Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Pecan who loves traveling, eating, & chewing fingers. I’m an active member in my local church where I serve as the drummer on the worship team, and I teach investing and finances to local entrepreneurs wanting to get started in the space.