Jun 20, 2023
Persistence is key in real estate; success takes time and requires continuous learning, networking, and skill development.
Focus on investing in your local market but be open to opportunities outside if scaling is necessary.
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) have opened up new opportunities for real estate investors in San Diego and other coastal markets.
Talimar Income Fund offers a better strategy for investors by pooling their capital into a diversified portfolio of loans.
Approximately 60% of the investors are retired, and there is a small percentage (7%) of investors with a net worth of $10 million or greater.
The typical investors in our fund are often from the banking or real estate industry.
Having a clear exit strategy and alternative plans is essential for maximizing the performance of real estate assets.
[00:39] Intro to Podcast
[02:18] Intro to episode guest
[03:32] One word that describes Brock personally and professionally.
[08:45] Let’s talk about your background a little bit.
[12:51] If banks aren’t lending, where does your capital come from?
[16:04] Brock explains how they educate their investors and why it’s more beneficial as compared to other investments.
[19:22] Brock discusses the difficulties of finding houses in the San Diego market.
[21:27] Let’s talk about your Talimar Income Fund One.
[26:14] What do you tell people today to get them over all the doomsday experts out there that are saying what they are saying?
[32:11] Talk about a couple of the techniques that you use through your company to attract investors and start those conversations with investors.