Born in Israel, Lior Rozhansky says he was destined to be doctor turned real estate guy. Listen to how he's built a portfolio of properties in Boston.
Guest BiographyLior Rozhansky is a real estate professional out of Boston MA. He owns a $9 million dollar rental portfolio in Boston and runs a residential real estate team that is selling about $20 million in volume per year. Lior quit his corporate job two years out of college to turn full time in real estate after buying his first property and getting involved in condo development projects and has not looked back!
In this episode, you'll learn:
- The path of millennial real estate investor in the Boston market.
- We talk personal finance including the stay broke or stack and rack approach.
- Make sure you listen to the end to hear about Lior's big goal of acquiring 20 units in 2020.
Show notes: http://www.inspiredmoney.fm/149
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- IM 135: Investing in Multi-Family Real Estate with Willie Mandrell
- On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction by William Zinsser
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