20 min

Building Financial Freedom: Becoming a Limited Partner in Real Estate How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    • Investing

 
Building good relationships with your investors is a must for Keisha. She believes that having a deal is a marriage.
You will be with them for several years, and creating that good environment for them ensures that they understand before investing in a deal.
Keishia is an army veteran with six years of service in the Army National Guard. During her enlistment, she was a Human Resource Specialist and also deployed to Kuwait as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. She has also pursued education by earning a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry as well as a second Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and a Master of Arts in Homeland Security.
Following her enlistment, she began investing in real estate in 2011 and has been expanding and managing her portfolio of properties for the past 10 years. In April 2021, she decided to take the next step on her entrepreneurial journey by founding Kennedy Remedy Investments. Kennedy Remedy Investments will focus on investing in commercial multi-family properties in Virginia, with plans to expand to other southeastern states.
 
[00:01 - 03:36 Opening Segment
 
Keisha Kennedy focuses on multifamily real estate She started investing eleven years ago and has been successful so far. She is a passive investor who buys bank foreclosed properties and then invests in new multifamily properties Focusing on apartment investing and she thinks she can do it alone until she finds out about apartment syndication.  
[03:37 - 15:32] How to Become a Limited Partner in Real Estate
Keshia suggests educating yourself first before investing. Through syndication, a partner can have a faster growth rate than if they were to do it independently. General partner vs. Limited Partner: What’s the difference? General Partner is Active Investing Limited Partner is a Passive Investing Keisha does both Surrounding oneself with investors and picking deals based on personality Living the Luxury Life as a General Partner in Kuwait Keisha recommends becoming a general partner while living in a different country, giving you more perspective on the industry. Establishing good relationships with operators and investing in deals Keisha also shares how she started building her investor base [15:33 – 18:26] Secrets to Keisha's Success: Building Financial Freedom and generational wealth
 
The key to Keisha’s success is credibility and building a brand She emphasizes the importance of time blocking and auditing one's progress to ensure that they are making the most of their time [18:27 - 20:17] Closing Segment
Reach out to Keshia See links below Final words  
Tweetable Quotes
“I believe in educating all of my investors first and foremost, prior to them investing in apartment syndication, because this is foreign investment for most. And a lot of people have never heard of it.” – Keisha Kennedy
“I built those relationships prior to investing with them. Because it's just like a marriage. If you're investing in a deal, you're with them for X amount of years. As long as the deal makes sense, as long as the numbers pencil, and as long as I have that relationship built over. And I really look through the deal. Then I will go ahead and share that deal with my investors and ensure that they understand prior to investing in the deal.” – Keisha Kennedy
 
 
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Connect with Keisha Kennedy on Instagram and LinkedIn. Visit her website

you may download The Beginners’ Guide to Investing as A Limited Partner here:
 
Connect with me:
 
I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. 
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Building good relationships with your investors is a must for Keisha. She believes that having a deal is a marriage.
You will be with them for several years, and creating that good environment for them ensures that they understand before investing in a deal.
Keishia is an army veteran with six years of service in the Army National Guard. During her enlistment, she was a Human Resource Specialist and also deployed to Kuwait as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. She has also pursued education by earning a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry as well as a second Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and a Master of Arts in Homeland Security.
Following her enlistment, she began investing in real estate in 2011 and has been expanding and managing her portfolio of properties for the past 10 years. In April 2021, she decided to take the next step on her entrepreneurial journey by founding Kennedy Remedy Investments. Kennedy Remedy Investments will focus on investing in commercial multi-family properties in Virginia, with plans to expand to other southeastern states.
 
[00:01 - 03:36 Opening Segment
 
Keisha Kennedy focuses on multifamily real estate She started investing eleven years ago and has been successful so far. She is a passive investor who buys bank foreclosed properties and then invests in new multifamily properties Focusing on apartment investing and she thinks she can do it alone until she finds out about apartment syndication.  
[03:37 - 15:32] How to Become a Limited Partner in Real Estate
Keshia suggests educating yourself first before investing. Through syndication, a partner can have a faster growth rate than if they were to do it independently. General partner vs. Limited Partner: What’s the difference? General Partner is Active Investing Limited Partner is a Passive Investing Keisha does both Surrounding oneself with investors and picking deals based on personality Living the Luxury Life as a General Partner in Kuwait Keisha recommends becoming a general partner while living in a different country, giving you more perspective on the industry. Establishing good relationships with operators and investing in deals Keisha also shares how she started building her investor base [15:33 – 18:26] Secrets to Keisha's Success: Building Financial Freedom and generational wealth
 
The key to Keisha’s success is credibility and building a brand She emphasizes the importance of time blocking and auditing one's progress to ensure that they are making the most of their time [18:27 - 20:17] Closing Segment
Reach out to Keshia See links below Final words  
Tweetable Quotes
“I believe in educating all of my investors first and foremost, prior to them investing in apartment syndication, because this is foreign investment for most. And a lot of people have never heard of it.” – Keisha Kennedy
“I built those relationships prior to investing with them. Because it's just like a marriage. If you're investing in a deal, you're with them for X amount of years. As long as the deal makes sense, as long as the numbers pencil, and as long as I have that relationship built over. And I really look through the deal. Then I will go ahead and share that deal with my investors and ensure that they understand prior to investing in the deal.” – Keisha Kennedy
 
 
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Connect with Keisha Kennedy on Instagram and LinkedIn. Visit her website

you may download The Beginners’ Guide to Investing as A Limited Partner here:
 
Connect with me:
 
I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. 
Facebook
LinkedIn
Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!
Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com
 
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