Ever wondered how to secure multi-million dollar acquisitions in the competitive world of commercial real estate? Join us as we unlock the strategies and insights behind Bryant Dawson's remarkable journey. He's the mastermind behind a multi-property deal worth over $50 million, and in this interview, he's sharing his playbook on successful capital raising, property evaluation, and forming strategic partnerships.
- Effective Capital Raising: Bryant discusses his multi-property acquisition worth over $50 million and delves into the nuances of effective capital raising in today's market.
- Property Evaluation and Due Diligence: From on-site inspections, drone flyovers, and underwriting, discover the essential steps his team takes to ensure the success of their investments.
- Strategic Partnerships and Institutional Quality: Bryant highlights the concept of institutional quality assets, offering a comprehensive overview of what distinguishes such properties and how they attract institutional investors.
Bryant Dawson | Real Estate Background
- CEO of Ingram Capital, a real estate investment company that provides affordable housing for tenants while maximizing returns for investors.
- Single-family and multifamily properties
- Based in: Sedalia, MO
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- Best Ever Book: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
- Greatest Lesson: Get started as soon as possible, and find a mentor.
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