Ep. 145 Rod Khleif: Putting Your Multifamily Investing Goals into Perspective!

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The new year is a time for new resolutions. For real estate investors, that means setting investment goals. Like many New Year’s resolutions though, sometimes it can be hard to put investment goals into practice. If you’re a single family investor looking to make the transition to multifamily investing, the leap can seem like a big one. However, setting practical investment goals can help you organize and plan your strategy as you make the transition.

That’s why we’re so excited to have this week’s guest back on the show! In this special live event, Rod Khleif joins us for an inspirational multifamily investing discussion and Q&A session.

For a talk on putting your multifamily investing goals into perspective, we wouldn’t want anyone other than Rod. His wealth of experience as a multifamily investor and his enthusiasm for sharing that experience makes for an inspirational and motivational event; perfect for putting your investment goals into perspective.

This episode Rod discusses his real estate journey and how, by forming practical investment goals, he was able to focus his multifamily investing strategy.

About Rod

Investor, author and real estate investing mentor, Rod Khleif, believes in the power of actionable investment goals. Setting goals for himself not only inspired him to become a successful real estate investor, they also empowered him to forge his path with a focused strategy. Since then, he has devoted much of his time to helping others realize their investment dreams.

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Ep. 118 Rod Khleif: Leveraging Investment Goals into Real Estate Cashflow

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earn real estate cashflow with investment goalsMotivation: it’s something every one needs. Whether it’s a financial drive or a spiritual one, everyone needs something that keeps them focused and real estate investors are no different.

Setting investment goals is something that every investor does. But sometimes as investors, we find ourselves setting unrealistic investment goals or goals that may reap immediate rewards but lack long-term gain. Sometimes it can seem overwhelming trying to set manageable, realistic investment goals that can actually be leveraged into cashflow.

Investor, author and real estate investing mentor, Rod Khleif, believes in the power of actionable investment goals. By setting goals for himself that not only inspired him to become a successful real estate investor, they also empowered him to forge his path.

Rod was introduced to real estate investing early on. He managed to find success fairly quickly and, by 2006, had acquired thousands of properties across the U.S., including 800 in Florida.

Following the market crash however, Rod lost everything. Instead of accepting defeat, Rod took that as a learning opportunity. He realized that, while his investment goals had been earning him income, they did not lay the foundation for a successful, long-term cashflow strategy. Rod re-tooled his approach and, by aligning his investment strategy with philanthropic efforts, was able to form actionable, empowering investment goals.

The Key to Setting Investment Goals

  • Daily routine/morning ritual
  • Find personal drive in life, incorporate purpose into daily routine
  • Keep family, personal and business life evenly balanced
  • Write down goals
  • Spiritual, not just financial fulfillment

Resources

  • Tony Robbins – motivational speaker; psychology of success and self-empowerment
  • Lifetime Cashflow through Real Estate Investing podcast
  • How to Create Cash Flow Through Multi Family Properties
    • Text “Rod” to 41411 (free copy of book)
    • Website

For any other questions about setting investment goals to earn real estate cash flow, or to find out more about Rod’s mentor programs and investor education, check out his website!