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The Gold Collar Investor

Apr 11, 2022

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Jason Yarusi - an active real estate syndicator and real estate investor, host of The Multifamily Live Podcast, founder of New Jersey Multifamily Live Club, and founding and managing member of Yarusi Holdings.

Through podcasts, conferences, his investment firm, and his investment club, he has been consistently inspiring people to learn more about multifamily investing and its benefits. Today, he manages over 1400 units valued at $160 million in assets under management, has over 2,500 members in his investing club, and is dedicated to helping investors reach their goals!

In this episode, learn more about multifamily investing as he shares his journey on how he discovered and learned to love multifamily investing! He’ll also guide us as he shares what you need to look out for whether you’re actively or passively investing, and what their current strategy looks like given the current market state!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“We really want to dial in to control our time and dictate how our life with and get away from letting life run us.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 0:34 - Pancham introduces Jason to the show
  • 2:52 - On transitioning from lifting houses to investing in multifamily
  • 11:26 - Scaling up the business through hiring the right people
  • 12:36 - Narrowing investing opportunities to align with your goals
  • 16:46 - Why active investors should know and understand their limits
  • 21:48 - His outlook on the current market and how they deal with it
  • 25:25 - How their event would help you get started in multifamily investing
  • 29:21 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 29:21 - House flipping as his 1st investment outside of Wall Street
  • 30:03 - Lessons learned from his 1st house flipping investment
  • 31:56 - The investment that didn’t work out as expected
  • 33:05 - Why investors should take the leap after finding out their goals
  • 34:02 - How you can connect with Jason

3 Key Points:

  1. For passive investors, it’s best to invest with someone who always provides constant communication. This would help provide transparency and build trust with others.
  2. Instead of investing in all kinds of assets, limit yourselves when investing actively to prevent making bad decisions and simply focus on where you can provide value.
  3. Limiting your opportunities will actually expand your opportunities as it could help rookie investors be clear on their goals and align them with their investing strategy.

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