How To Scale From a Duplex to a 670-Unit Deal

by | Apr 28, 2021 | Asset Management, Growth, Investment Strategy, Multifamily, Operations, Webinar

00:58:00 |Scaling a multifamily portfolio takes a lot of focus, hard work and resilience. Liz Faircloth and her husband Matt started their real estate investing journey in their 20’s with no money, no experience, and no knowledge of investing. 16 years later, they control over 1500 units of multifamily real estate throughout the east coast. During this presentation, Liz is going to share multiple case study examples to teach:

1. How to creatively find deals
2. How to attract private money
3. How to choose the right markets
4. How to overcome lack of “time & money”

  • Liz Faircloth

    Liz Faircloth co-founded the DeRosa Group in 2005 with her husband, Matt. The DeRosa Group, based in Trenton, NJ, is an owner of commercial and residential property with a mission to “transform lives through real estate." DeRosa has raised tens of millions of dollars, works with hundreds of passive investors, and controls thousands of residential and commercial assets throughout the east coast. Liz is the co-founder of The Real Estate InvestHER® community, a platform to empower women to live a financially free and balanced life on their own terms through over 50 Meetups across the US and Canada and an on-line community and membership that offers accountability and mentorship for women to take their business to the next level! She is the co-host of the “The Real Estate InvestHER Show" and recently published InvestHER’s first book which is an Amazon Bestseller, “The Only Woman in the Room - Knowledge and Inspiration from 20 Successful Real Estate Women Investors!” Liz has been interviewed for many articles and top-rated podcasts, including being a two-time guest on the top rated BiggerPockets Podcast and the Best Ever Show. On the personal side, Liz is an avid runner, has completed several triathlons and marathons, has two adorable children and is a New Yorks Mets fan.

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