#INVESTTHIS EP 19: How to Gain Leverage and Move Into Multi-Family Investing

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Jason and Pili Yarusi, Founders of Yarusi Holdings started out helping storm-ravaged homes in New Jersey, moved on to flipping and leveraged those ventures into multi-family investing.

In this weeks episode, I talk with Jason and Pili about how they changed their mindset from just investing in single-family/flipping homes to scaling up to multi-family units. Learn how they are systemizing and growing their business, how they use syndication to buy larger units and you don’t want to miss their advice on how to tackle the imminent interest rate hikes.

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About the author, Scott

Scott is an energetic and health conscious Real Estate Entrepreneur. A transplant from the state of Iowa, he has excelled in business from his very first venture. Entrepreneurship has come naturally for Scott, as he started his first company at the age of 17. He studied at the University of Iowa with degrees in Business Communication and Entrepreneurial Management, also studying Health Promotion with an emphasis in Nutrition before moving to Arizona to dominate in his Real Estate career.

Starting off in residential retail Real Estate sales with Keller Williams Realty and closing $2.2M in volume his first 12 months, he quickly realized being a realtor was not for him. Since then, he has moved into the investment space flipping over 150 residential transactions and building a portfolio of rental properties with over $20,000,000 in closed volume to date. He is also the host of the #INVESTTHIS Podcast, interviewing only the elite of Real Estate Investors for his listeners. Now with his knowledge and experience, he is moving into larger investment opportunities in multi-family and commercial Real Estate, focusing on building strong relationships with his investors, providing solid returns, and building wealth for his family.

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