Tim talks finding success in real estate, which all starts with being resourceful and having the right mindset. Hear the story of how Tim bought his first property on a credit card, why he made the move from brokering to owning real estate and how it’s impacted his bottom line.
Tim Bratz joins Brian Trippe on the ALA REI Masterclass Podcast to talk about how he came to find the success he’s experiencing now, as well as sharing some important tips about mindset and strategy for getting involved in multi-family investing, as well as different ways to raise capital.
CLE Turnkey CEO, Tim Bratz recently appeared on “The Real Estate Locker Room Show with John Carney” podcast to talk about his career before he became a full-time investor, who inspired him to become an apartment investor, and the challenges he faced along the way and how the first deal changed his life forever.
Tim Bratz was was recently interviewed by Corey Peterson for the MultiFamily Legacy Podcast about the topic of resourcefulness in real estate investment.
In this interview Tim Bratz talks about how he got started in real estate investing, how he has flipped 100+ turnkey rental deals a year and how he is acquiring hundreds of apartment units each and every year with private money. Tim employs a very interesting deal structuring techinique which is basically a commercial version of BRRRR – watch to learn more!
In this interview, Tim goes into detail about how his career transitioned from selling single family residential properties to now focusing on the long term gains of buying and holding apartment complexes. Tim also shares several strategies regarding raising private capital and using other people’s money for real estate purchases.
Tim Bratz Dives Deep on Going from Solopreneur to Entrepreneur, Multifamily, Private Money, JV Relationships, and How to Triple Your Income by Tapping Into Your Unique Ability.
How many times have you heard someone give up on their dreams because they don’t have the money, don’t have the time, don’t have the knowledge, or don’t have the resources? I’ve heard it a lot. And then I think to myself… How did John D Rockefeller do it? How did Thomas Edison do it? How did Oprah do it? How did I do it?