31 min

EP 28: How to Become a Full-Time Real Estate Investor with Tim Little Freedom Investor Radio

    • Investing

If you are looking to lay the foundations for a sturdy future in multi-family investments, this is the episode for you! We welcome, ZANA Investments CEO, and Army veteran, Tim Little to the show today to talk about his inspiring and relatable journey through the world of real estate, and the important decisions he made along the way. His firm is named after his two daughters, Zara and Lana, and we get to hear from Tim about how his children are the ultimate inspiration for the hard work he puts in. In our chat, we talk about Tim's earliest forays into real estate, and the knock he took with the 2008 market crash. Tim then went on to dive into multi-family around 2014, and since then has grown his contacts and portfolio substantially. Today's conversation also covers his thoughts on educating future generations, why he believes so strongly in multi-family, challenges of the current climate, and more. So make sure to press play and join us for this great chat!


Key Points From This Episode:
Tim's background, current syndication setup, and some of his journey to this point. Deciding between the available options; Tim's thinking about investing versus a W2 job. Tim unpacks the process and planning involved in setting up his multi-family business. Skills and lessons from the military; how some of them apply to Tim's work as an investor.  The main motivations that keep Tim going; his two daughters! Tim's philosophy towards educating his kids on the subjects of finance and entrepreneurship.  How Tim is approaching the current landscape and economy, and trying to make deals happen. Exploring some of the biggest challenges that are present in the multi-family space right now.  Why relationships have been the foundation of Tim's success! Advice from Tim on how to escape the W2 world; the importance of having a plan. Where to find and connect with Tim online.

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Tim Little on LinkedIn
ZANA Investments
ZANA Cheatsheat
Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant
John Pearl on LinkedIn

If you are looking to lay the foundations for a sturdy future in multi-family investments, this is the episode for you! We welcome, ZANA Investments CEO, and Army veteran, Tim Little to the show today to talk about his inspiring and relatable journey through the world of real estate, and the important decisions he made along the way. His firm is named after his two daughters, Zara and Lana, and we get to hear from Tim about how his children are the ultimate inspiration for the hard work he puts in. In our chat, we talk about Tim's earliest forays into real estate, and the knock he took with the 2008 market crash. Tim then went on to dive into multi-family around 2014, and since then has grown his contacts and portfolio substantially. Today's conversation also covers his thoughts on educating future generations, why he believes so strongly in multi-family, challenges of the current climate, and more. So make sure to press play and join us for this great chat!


Key Points From This Episode:
Tim's background, current syndication setup, and some of his journey to this point. Deciding between the available options; Tim's thinking about investing versus a W2 job. Tim unpacks the process and planning involved in setting up his multi-family business. Skills and lessons from the military; how some of them apply to Tim's work as an investor.  The main motivations that keep Tim going; his two daughters! Tim's philosophy towards educating his kids on the subjects of finance and entrepreneurship.  How Tim is approaching the current landscape and economy, and trying to make deals happen. Exploring some of the biggest challenges that are present in the multi-family space right now.  Why relationships have been the foundation of Tim's success! Advice from Tim on how to escape the W2 world; the importance of having a plan. Where to find and connect with Tim online.

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Tim Little on LinkedIn
ZANA Investments
ZANA Cheatsheat
Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant
John Pearl on LinkedIn

31 min