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The Rules of Money: Blind Pool Funds, Understanding the Lender Mentality & Why Money Flees From Its Owners w/Ken Gee

By January 13, 2022January 20th, 2022No Comments

In the world of wealth-building, having the money to invest is a big part of the equation but not the entire formula. 

Once we have the capital to deploy, where we put it and who we partner with is equally important and quite truthfully, what will make or break us. If we don’t make accurate decisions and pick the right investing vehicle, our money will flee from us. 

How do we determine how to deploy our capital? Besides syndication, what other low risk and efficient investing methods can we take advantage of? 

In today’s episode, I’m joined by an entrepreneur with a lot of wisdom and expertise around protecting your money. Founder and managing partner of KRI Partners, Ken Gee shares how to navigate the private money space so you get the upside, not the catastrophe many investors are headed for. 

Watch the Full Episode:

Money will flee its owners because they are seeking unrealistic returns and time frames. – Chris Naugle 

 

Things You’ll Learn In This Episode

The formal considerations we have to make in our investing journey
What are the non-negotiable rules of money we have to play by if we don’t want our money to flee (or have the SEC knocking on our doors)?

How blind pool funds work and how to find one
Why are blind pool funds gaining popularity, and what advantages do they offer to investors who want a safe way to deploy their capital?

What many new investors get wrong about private money
There are many ways to deploy capital but how do we make sure the one we choose aligns with our needs and goals?

The formula for protecting your rental portfolio
How is the KRI Partners team getting their rental portfolio prepared for an inevitable shift in the market?

 

Guest Bio 

Kenneth is the founder and managing partner of KRI Partners and the KRI group of companies. He has more than 24 years of significant real estate, banking, private equity transaction, and principal investing experience. Throughout his career, he has been involved in transactions valued at more than $2.0 billion, much of which has included the acquisition, management, and financing of various multi-family real estate projects. 

Before forming KRI Partners, Kenneth was a tax manager with Deloitte & Touche LLP. Some of his major clients included The Riverside Company, Key Equity Capital Partners, Blue Point Capital, Linsalata Capital Partners, The Zaremba Group, Charter One Bank, and Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. 

Before his career at Deloitte & Touche, he spent several years at National City Bank (now part of PNC Bank). 

He also owned and operated several certified Cessna Pilot Centers in the Northeast Ohio area. Kenneth is a licensed Ohio Certified Public Accountant, a member of multiple apartment associations, and Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

For more information about joining the next KRI Partners’ fund, head over to https://www.kripartners.com/ebook

To vet real estate sponsors, go to https://verivest.com

 

 

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