Gabriel Hamel is a rockstar real estate investor with an impressive portfolio and an interesting and creative way of looking at the world.\
He has made a real estate portfolio of more than $40 million without syndication using his passion for math and intuition. And they're raising funds from other people.
And he has done this primarily through seller financing, through creative ways of structuring these deals that are focused on cash flow, first and foremost. And then over the course of 10 years, he was able to then start harvesting that equity and put together an unbelievable life.
In today's episode of the Passive Wealth principles podcast, Jake Harris will have an insightful conversation with Gabriel about how he managed to unlock true passive wealth in his life, and how he achieved this great success with no employees.
You will first find out a little bit about Gabriel’s background and how he got started in the real estate space as well as what his daily life looks like now.
Gabriel will share what his current investment portfolio looks like and he will also talk about his concerns about the recession coming in.
He will talk about selling proprieties and what the disposition of his holdings look like.
Gabriel will also share his secret to succeeding in real estate without having a team and will discuss how carrying financing for someone can be a very high level of passive investing.
More than that, he will talk about his amazing experience of spending some time with Richard Branson at Necker Island, how this changed his life and mindset, his great takeaways from this experience, and so much more.
Listen now and enjoy!
What You’ll Learn in this Show:
- How to succeed in real estate without having a team
- About selling proprieties and what the disposition of Gabriel’s holdings looks like
- How can carrying financing for someone be a very high level of passive investing
- The great takeaways Gabriel took away from his time with Richard Branson at Necker Island
- How Gabriel doubled his net worth in the last couple of years
- And so much more...