When you want to become a doctor you go to medical school. When you want to become a lawyer you go to law school. The road to become a professional can pretty much start from school. But what if you want to be an entrepreneur? No one really teaches how to be one at school. Tim, similar to a lot of entrepreneurs, learned the business by doing the work. He sought out mentors of the game and gained knowledge through their shared experiences. Each step and pitfalls he has taken has taught him something new.
Being successful in anything you devote your time to requires repetition and consistency. So put in those “reps” by listening to the We Build Great Apartment Communities podcast and who knows, you might gain financial freedom like Tim!
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About Our Guest:
Tim is a 15 year veteran of the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) and currently serves as a lieutenant in the borough of Queens. Until recently, he also worked part-time as an emergency room RN at a level 1 trauma center. He brings years of real world management and leadership experience to his real estate investment career.
Tim’s initial goal with real estate was to create passive income and in turn, be able to spend more time with his wife and three little girls. After partnering on a multifamily property he saw first-hand the power of real estate investing as an opportunity to create passive income and build wealth for his family.
He started Cityside Capital with the goal of not only growing his own portfolio but also to help others realize the power that real estate investing can have on creating passive income and building wealth.
Cityside Capital has $45 million of assets under management including 335 multifamily units. Tim has also invested as a limited partner in 256 multifamily units in Texas and in a large retail super center in Tennessee.
He graduated from Providence College in 2005 and can often be spotted in the crowd when the Friars play in Madison Square Garden in New York City.
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