3 Must-Ask Questions: Real Estate Partnerships With Professionals

Sep 20, 2021

Many achieved financial freedom by investing with an experienced real estate investor.

But what goes on the operations side?

The side that “wheels and deals”; making the returns for those who just don’t have time?

Now that I’m part of the operations side at Cash Flow Capital, I want to share with you 3 important questions most investors never ask before partnering, but absolutely should.


Hey, I’ve been in your shoes and I love sharing stories of my journey and how I got money working for me. I’ll show you how too!


My goal is to experience with you, what’s on the outside. By sharing what we learn, we can all do our part to keep doing what we love, flying, without the threat of loss of income.

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Pilots make excellent money and we love what we do. We are used to being in command and control in the flight deck. But it’s our financial future, managing cash flow, wealth, and passive income that can often seem OUT of our control. It can be a risky gamble to put your money into retirement funds and the stock market. No one gets held accountable if there are significant losses. And so it feels like you run out of options. 

After entering the world of Real Estate Investing, I’ve found a path to security, passive income, and feel in control again. 

Real estate investment stands on the solid foundation of homes and buildings, which is in high need. We have control of the tenants we have, screening them for reliability and long-term viability. We can take measures if someone isnt working out. We create the system and safeguards for our investment, and all the income comes straight to us. Our return on investment (ROI) is high and steady.

As a pilot and real estate investor I am passionate about helping other aviation professionals fly towards financial freedom through investing in multi-family properties. Let me show you how to put your money to work for you. 

Do you want to see your money multiply, creating financial freedom for your future? Are you interested in increasing your income through passive means? If so, book a briefing with me, and let’s talk.  

I want to give you three big things to watch out for when you’re looking at investing in somebody else’s deal,

All right. Real estate market, everyone thinks it’s hot and they think it’s the top of the market. People are afraid to get in. And especially now when like the D and the C class, those tenants they’re not paying. So what do people who want to get involved in real estate investing? Do a lot of them look into syndications. What’s a syndication. It’s basically everyone pulls their money for either one like high rise condo, which you’ve probably seen, or in other cases, it’s a fun. So it’s like a collection of assets. So I’m going to give you three big things to watch out for when you’re looking at investing in somebody else’s deal. Number one, always talk to the actual manager. I’m not talking about like the, the side guy, the guy who was hired to pick up the phone and like talk to investors and collect them.

I’m talking about the guy who’s boots on the ground. Who’s making the buy, the purchase, the rental property management decisions. That guy cause a lot of these big syndicators, some syndicators who have their own jet, you can never talk to them. You’ll talk to their side guys, which is cool and all that’s big business. But personally, from the calls that I’ve made, there’s a big difference. When you talk to the guy compared to the little guy, number two, watch out for big words. Like I, our, our internal rate of return. Yeah. Internal rate of return. Yeah. It can mean something, but it’s also dependent on when the exit is, for example, an IRR after five years is very different than I are after 10 years. Another big problem with IRR two, I are, is calculated with three things, the purchase price, then the debt service with it.

Number two is the monthly cashflow. That’s what everyone’s familiar with. That’s something we can syndicate is mostly can calculate based on market averages. And number three is the exit price. IRR is just a guess until it’s actually sold. So be very careful with big words like IRR, even worse is equity multiplier. But again, how do you know when your equity has multiplied? If the manager doesn’t sell you haven’t, they haven’t realized the new equity. They’re just guessing. And number three, syndication, like I mentioned, with one asset versus a collection, a fund of multiple assets, everyone’s heard Warren buffet. A lot of people who invest in the past, they talk about diversity, right? A fund has built in diversity. For example, a fund can own short-term rentals, multifamily long-term rentals, parking lots, anything that’s on real estate property, even land fund managers have the flexibility to move with the market.

If the market’s saying that single families aren’t working in this time, they can quickly dispose of it and use the same fund money and now purchase multi-family or anything else that’s working at that time. Super important. You want that flexibility because if you just won’t own one asset and that one asset comes crashing down. So does your investment, these three things and more is what’s guiding myself and Tyler shaft to build up our own fund from lessons learned. If you’d like to learn more about what to look for or what Tyler and I are giving the accredited investors, the option to invest with us in schedule a call with us at key west cashflow slash call. And yes, we’re investing in one of the hottest markets in the country. And we hope to see you there.