How do you come back from losing $50M? Rod Khleif had achieved incredible success as a real estate investor, building a portfolio of SFHs and apartment complexes that grew his net worth by $17M in 2006 alone. And then came the crash. So, how did Rod recover and revive his real estate career? And what did he learn about finding true fulfillment along the way?
Rod combines his passion for real estate investing with his personal philosophies around goal-setting, envisioning and manifesting success as one of America’s top multifamily investment and high-performance life coaches. Rod is an accomplished entrepreneur, building several multimillion-dollar businesses and developing a real estate portfolio of 2,000-plus properties. He is also a community philanthropist, founding the Tiny Hands Foundation, an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for children in Sarasota, Florida, and the surrounding areas.
On this episode of Founders Club, Rod joins Oliver to share the goal-setting system that helped him recover from losing $50M in the crash and explain what drew him back to real estate in the last couple of years. He offers an overview of the apartment buying process, explaining how to choose the best properties and markets for multifamily. Rod also walks us through his five-step weekly planning process for prioritizing what’s really important. Listen in for Rod’s advice to would-be apartment investors and get inspired to achieve true success and fulfillment!Key Takeaways
[0:53] The goal-setting system that helped Rod recover from the crash
[23:46] How Rod overcame depression after achieving his big goal
[29:59] Rod’s 5-step weekly planning process
[42:55] What drew Rod back into multifamily real estate
[45:30] Rod’s overview of the apartment buying process
[57:56] Rod’s advice around the best properties to invest in
[1:02:57] What Rod looks for in an area to buy multifamily
[1:05:29] Rod’s take on the current multifamily landscape
[1:07:23] Why Rod recommends specializing in one market
[1:10:18] Rod’s favorite tech tools for real estate investing
[1:11:20] Rod’s advice for aspiring multifamily investors