7 Steps That Will Help Passive Investors Sleep Better At Night

We welcome back to the show, Hunter Thompson who is going to show us 7 steps of due diligence that will help reduce risk in commercial real estate investing.

Hunter is a full-time real estate investor and founder of Cash Flow Connections, a private equity firm based out of LA. Hunter has helped more than 300 investors allocate capital to over 100 properties. He has personally raised more than $20 million in private capital and controls more than $60 million in commercial real estate.

He is also the host of the Cash Flow Connections Real Estate Podcast which helps investors learn the intricacies of commercial real estate from the comfort of their home, car, or office.

Today, Hunter talks about the importance of diving deep into due diligence in today’s market, from the perspective of a passive investor. Find out the seven stages that he uses and that other investors should be using to protect their own capital.

Listed in order of importance, these steps include:

  • Sponsors
  • On-site managers
  • Loans and financing
  • Property track record
  • The market
  • Property specific due diligence
  • Legal documents

Listen in now as Hunter explains each of these steps in detail and so much more in today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income.


Mark: Learn more about Hunter at CashFlowConnections.com.

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Hunter: Just focus and execute. If you can do those two things it’s really the answer to anything. Especially with the availability of good content out there on the internet, if every day your main focus is to execute on learning as much as possible you’re going to have tremendous results.

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Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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