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The Gold Collar Investor

Sep 12, 2022

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Amy Sylvis - founder and principal of Sylvis Capital.

Even when she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, she didn’t let her health issues hinder her from achieving success. With her dedication, she was able to continue to grow their real estate investments, has over 654 apartment units and $59 million worth of assets under management, and is serving and supporting the disadvantaged children in Los Angeles!

In this episode, learn from her experience as she shares her background and how she was able to overcome her health battles and investing struggles! She’ll also share how she operates her deals, the importance of vetting out partners, and investing in a mentor.

Listen and enjoy the show!



“We are going to continue to grow our real estate investments - not only for ourselves and our charitable goals, but the folks that invest alongside us that are looking to grow their wealth and do it in a meaningful way where they know they'll be able to have impact as well.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 0:39 - Pancham introduces Amy to the show
  • 1:56 - How she got into real estate amidst dealing with health struggles
  • 10:39 - How support played a key role in her investing journey
  • 12:37 - Investing in a coach and finding business partners to get started
  • 14:21 - On vetting out partners through their mindset and values
  • 17:51 - Details on her deals and what she offers to the investors
  • 20:27 - How the SAVERS method contributed to her success
  • 24:17 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 24:17 - Her first syndication and bullion investment during her early 30s
  • 25:00 - Overcoming her fears when she first started investing
  • 26:07 - How health issues and extended due diligence affected her investment
  • 29:12 - Why you should prioritize educating yourself and networking
  • 30:05 - How you can connect with Amy

3 Key Points:

  1. Passive income is one way for you to be able to not trade time for money and you can achieve that time freedom in real estate investing.
  2. Investing in your education through a coach may be a big expense but it helps you to get started and be able to scale up your portfolio faster.
  3. Aside from evaluating potential business partners by their skills and track record, you should also know their mindset and values.

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