Considering that we’ve been in one of the longest bull runs in history, a huge portion of the investors in the market have never lived through a downturn.
Some of the models that have been thriving for the last few years have never been tested by a significant recession, and short-term rentals are at the top of that list.
What will happen to this asset class if things shift? Is there a way to ensure the survival of short-term rentals right now?
In this episode, real estate investor, entrepreneur and the co-founder of Techvestor, Sief Khafagi shares how he raised $16 million in 7 months and he shares a very astute assessment and financially sound strategy for leading his business through a recession.
The power of combining real estate and tech
Is it possible to combine the merits of short-term rentals with syndication to build a solid investment operation?
How Sief and his team raised $16 million in 7 months
What is the secret to raising capital if you don’t have a money background?
How to recession-proof a short-term rental operation
What is Sief doing to make sure his business can remain stable when the market goes into a downturn?
Sief Khafagi is a real estate investor, entrepreneur and the co-founder of Techvestor. He’s been investing in real estate since 2009, doing everything from private lending, flipping and long term hold.
The journey to cash flow and growth was hard. Incredibly time consuming, with lots of mistakes and over a decade of memories, both good and bad. Sief learned that having short term rentals in your portfolio for the cash flow can be a powerful wealth building strategy.