In this episode of the Where Should I Invest? podcast, Sarah interviews Thomas Lorini and talks about how he got started in real estate investing.
Thomas is a successful real estate investor with over a decade of experience. He started with a townhouse back in 2004 and today manages 20+ rental units, from Southern California. Additionally, he has completed several flips and wholesaled properties from over 4,000 kms away!
He will share how he transitioned from Ontario Canada to Southern California, how he self-manages his properties by implementing a solid system in his local markets and has been rapidly expanding his portfolio in the last year.
In this Episode you’ll learn. . .
– Tips on Long Distance Real Estate Management
– More Investing information on Windsor, Ontario
– Tips on finding and buying properties
– Financing differences between US and Canada
And more about Thomas.
Get more about Thomas Lorini at:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/thomaslorini77
E-Mail – email@example.com
Phone – 949-701-8272
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