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The Gold Collar Investor

Jan 17, 2022

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Vee Khuu - real estate investor, passive income mentor, and creator of the IPO Real Estate Investing Method.

When is the best time to invest in real estate? Vee Khuu saw the opportunity in 2009 when properties are being sold at low prices! After attending seminars and learning with the help of his mentor, he took the leap in investing and now has been involved in over $20M in real estate transactions!

Get inspired by his story as he shares his immigration journey and how he got to learn about real estate investing! He’ll also share how his mentor gave him the confidence to start investing, how he is building up his career, and lessons he learned throughout his investing experience!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“At that time, I realized that this time is actually the best time to buy real estate.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 00:47 - Pancham introduces Vee Khuu to the show
  • 2:03 - On attending free real estate weekend seminars and finding a local mentor
  • 6:18 - Details on his 1st investment and learning from his mistakes
  • 16:53 - What his current investment portfolio looks like
  • 19:21 - How his multi-family home deal got into bank foreclosure
  • 21:56 - Why investors should need enough money and not completely rely on cash flow
  • 23:43 - How journaling and visualizing his day helped with his productivity
  • 30:34 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 30:34 - His 1st investing deal outside of Wall Street
  • 30:45 - Overcoming his fear of making the wrong moves
  • 32:54 - How his apartment deal didn’t go as expected
  • 36:46 - Why investors should note that investing is a people’s business
  • 39:53 - How you can connect with Vee Khuu

3 Key Points:

  1. It’s okay to simply breakeven and not earn any profit in your 1st deal since you would learn a lot from your mistakes and would do better with the next investments.
  2. It’s important to do your due diligence when going into an investing deal.
  3. Real estate investing is more than its numbers. Investors need to care about the person more than deal and ask if they can trust the person first before going into it.

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