In this episode of Purpose-Driven Wealth, your host, Mo Bina, talks with Ruben Greth about how he took his capital-raising game to the next level. When Ruben interviewed and followed a small multifamily investor around in Phoenix, sharing stuff on YouTube, little did he know it would become the start of something bigger. He shares how he started on syndication with a local mom and pop, why people love the fund structure, and why having an avatar is fundamental to marketing.
In this episode you will learn:
How Ruben Greth started in real estate investing It takes time to understand built-to-rent Starting an interview-based YT channel can open a lot of doors Why do people love the fund structure so much? Ruben Greth, on avatars and marketing and so much more! About Ruben Greth:
Ruben has a popular podcast about raising money for multifamily syndication called the Capital Raiser Show, where he learns from the best multifamily syndicators in the country.
In 2019, Ruben partnered with a local syndicator on the acquisition of 190 Units and has since become a fund manager who is building a 98-unit housing subdivision in Louisiana, a 154-unit housing subdivision in Alabama, and partnering with multiple select syndicators bringing equity, advisory, and investor management. He primarily uses Regulation D. Exemption 506(c) in his deals, including the ones discussed here.
He has partnered in $5M of capital-raising partnerships. He got his start by bringing joint venture capital to successfully raise $625K for small Multifamily deals during the post-crash buying frenzy in Phoenix.
His websites are legacyacquisitions.com and capitalraiser.com
He has bachelor's degrees from Arizona State University in Chemistry and Spanish.
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