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10Xing a Real Estate Portfolio as a Busy Professional with Vincent Rodriguez

Vince. Thank you for joining us today. 

Hey, what’s up, Taylor? Thanks for having me. 

It’s great to talk with you. I love getting to know people and learning from people who are scaling their businesses and doing it in, especially such economically uncertain times if you will, or such a, maybe it means there’s an opportunity going on.

I won’t ramble on too long here, but for our listeners out there who don’t know about you and your business, can you tell us about your background and what your. 

Yeah. I’m originally from south India. I came here in 2008, did my master’s in mechanical engineering. So I am a Vidal. I’m a full-time engineer.

So I work, I used to work for a nanomaterials company and now I moved on. For a medical device company, it’s called applied medical, a super cool company in Southern California. What I do for them is I work on intellectual property, come up with solutions for complex problems. They have, I work on a very specific type of devices called bipolar energy devices, but that’s my day job is so I read the book, restripe quota a few years ago and.

Then head-on into a real estate and then he bought a few units and we really scaled up from $400,000 in assets, under management to, I think about three and a half million dollars now. Yeah. So about 

$30 28 doors. That’s awesome. And you’re calling from California. Where are your assets? 

So I have a lot of them in California, actually.

Almost all of them are here, mostly in Kern county, a city called Bakersfield it’s in before Fresno. So it’s like a cool spot. And I do also have a couple of duplexes in the inland empire, which is also a California outside of LA, east of LA Fontana. And. That’s, those are nicer areas. And I do have a duplex in Georgia, outside Atlanta, my sister lives there.

Awesome. Awesome. Great. As I mentioned before, a lot of people. Want to scale and their real estate business, granted, not everybody does, but a lot of people would rather have, a few million dollars in assets, under management rather than do a hundred thousand dollars in assets, under management, because there’s more money to be made and you achieved that and you’re continuing to push forward and I’d like to dig into, having.

Strategies and things that really have driven you to, continue to grow it and what’s helped you. First, what comes to mind, or what deliberate actions did you take to just continue pushing forward and growing your portfolio? 

Yeah. So it all started with reading rich dad, poor dad, Robert Kiyosaki’s book.

So then I was really, I was before that, I was really convinced I’m super smart because I’m an engineer. And I was like, wow, I’m really killing it. I was not, I wasn’t actually the worst person probably. I was probably at the bottom of the barrel like just losing her, doesn’t do anything. So I read the book and then I figured out I’m on the wrong side of the equation.

So then I read a cashflow quadrant and we’re like, okay, we gotta get to the right side of the quadrant. I started reading a lot of books, like a lot like hundreds of books. And then just like I’m on podcasts, like listening to podcasts, like eight hours a day. Insane. Just so I, it took me about six months to tie something up in contracts inside of the first book because I was trying to figure it out.

And then I bought the first triplets and then took me another year to buy the second tribal duplex. And then I really started snowballing because I was pretty comfortable. So I was able to start raising capital and, just buying like one to four units. 

But that’s still, you mentioned, taking six months to get the first thing on our contract.

That’s still a lot faster than a lot of people that, you know from the years when I started, it took me longer than that to do my first deal. You’re still keeping you started with a pretty good trajectory and really kept going and kept growing. 

Yeah. Yeah, I am very nerdy because I’m an engineer, so I like to know how things work and like to know the details, how they fit.

And then I found that the math in walled-in real estate is almost elementary and I’m like, dude, this is nothing. What are these guys talking about? Is it really difficult? The cap rates? And I’m like this. Multiplication division. There’s nothing there. So those things were easy for me to grasp the concept of, in wise and auto wise and, camp rays and DSE are all these, different terms.

They’re not that hard to comprehend. So I started, I was very disciplined trying to just figure out different systems and then just trying to go for it. My goal, like I, always liked that Gary. The one thing I’m like, okay, what’s the next thing? What is the first thing? Oh, I need to get qualified.

Okay. How much can I qualify? But, oh, I can easily buy a $300,000 five plex looks okay, let’s buy that. And then, I have a business partner, Andrew, so that’s where on the, it comes from Andrew and Vince. That’s my company’s name. So I could put a loan on him. I can go on me and my sister has got warned my brother-in-law’s card one, and then.

Equity partners and bring to the table. They all have their own loans on them. You figured out different strategies and, figure out what works the best for you. 

Okay. Okay. But I think one of the biggest things that a lot of people struggle with and I’ll call myself out on this for the beginning, I’m an engineer too.

I said my background in engineering is. Building that business owner mentality, and that is a big thing that’s covered in rich dad, poor dad. Did you find yourself, dealing with that and getting through that, or did that kind of come naturally to you? 

As in how to go into becoming a black, business owner.

Okay. Yeah. 

Treating your business like a business rather than a job, it’s easy to cheap out and say, Hey, I’ll do all of these things myself, rather than, working on your business as opposed to working in your business. 

Yeah the big change for me, actually came from identifying, what is an asset?

What is the job? What, how is trading money for training time money is different than actually trading time to buy an asset. And the asset pays you, it’s very little complicated stuff. So if you have a deep understanding of how these things work how a debt-based society in the US works, how a credit basis society works, like how, if you save money or you’re, Kiyosaki calls as losers.

If you save money, I’m saying, you’re personally a loser. It’s just saying your money will lose value because they will just go ahead and print trillions of dollars behind your back. So you will never be able to keep up with printing by how much I make. You and I, we’re engineers, we make six figures.

We are probably in the top 10% in the US and I consider ourselves very poor. Like we are part of the system, which is not going to really help us, but I’m not super worried. I’m not like super. I can see all the system is, and the government is an evil kind of guy. I’m like, I like to use things that we have remote.

I’m an immigrant. I, the opportunity I got to come to this country is my engineering degree. So I’m not an idiot. I know that helps me, I make good money. I can qualify for millions of dollars alone by myself because I could show the income, W2, income, and all those things. So I understand how it works, but everybody should have a path.

I say, 10 to 20 years should be like your career if you wanted. But in that time you should figure out a way to get out of it like that. There is a new motivation for me to work to 65 and retire with $240,000 in my 401k. I would rather just give it away. I’m like, just keep it. I don’t even want it. What is that?

40 years? And you’ve saved two 50 K by the way. That’s the average. That’s not the median. That’s the average amount of us person has the median is 45,000. 

That’s wild. And I was just talking with my fiance about this, the other day, about the, where we are on a percentile basis in the US and for ourselves in us versus the world, basically any American with a six-figure job is well into the 1% of the world.

Within us, six-figure job. And if you have, especially like a million dollars to your name, your way in like the, actually in the upper echelon of net worth, because most people didn’t spend their lives investing and building wealth. Unfortunate. 

Yeah, that’s true. If you compare like I’m from India, right?

I’m pretty sure like 1% if you do in India, because there are a billion people, of course, I’m going to be in the top 1%, I like to tell people, I didn’t come to the US to be averaged. I could, I, could I be an average in India? It’s easy to do that.

Like I want to buy this street, I love that. That’s no, I think, Yeah. 

And speaking of which, you. We talked in our little pre-interview discussion about having a 10 X mentality. And then that’s what you’ve done. And presumably, you want to do that 10 X again, how has, how does that translate to your business in a practical sad?

So what actions are you taking to turn the mindset and mentality of 10 X into, actions and then ultimately resolve? 

Yeah. For people who don’t know, 10 next is a term coined by cran Kundu and I’m a huge fan of Grant Cardone. I don’t know if you are, and I make fun of him it’s a loser buddy.

What do they call him? Dave Ramsey. That guy has, I don’t know why he’s still around. He should be in jail, but he’s really good for, for people who are in a lot of debt and, as consumer debt and stuff, Dave Ramsey is really good too, get you out of that and get you to base your, but you will only be at zero.

You won’t be negative. We’ll be at zero, but you’re not going to be voting you. Can’t like, if Dave Ramsey told, save cash to buy your house in orange county, that’s the dumbest thing I’ve heard of. There is not a lifetime where I can save enough cash to buy. I have some actually in contract to buy one in orange county, it’s a million dollars, right?

There is no way I’m saving a million dollars. And by the time I save a million dollars, my house will be worth $3 million. So it’s their MCs. And it’s so funny because he has a show which is a capitalistic society where he’s getting a loan on that, the TV, the monitor, the people he’s paying, it’s but he’s it’s all cash.

It’s not so in that respect, what was the question? Sorry, I get like, how do you turn that 10 X mentality into actions and then results in really? 

So we were talking about grand Kirtland, right? So I listened to a lot of guys like I listened to your podcast, I’ve been on Joe Fairless, a bunch of these guys.

I really like it, and I see who is in the same bivalent. So for me Joe Fairless, Vinny Chopra’s grandkids know these guys, they think differently, right? So I want to be on that level. So I started going to all these conferences. I went to Jake and Gino.

I actually hung out with Vinny Chopra for a while. And it’s so interesting to see these guys just on a different level in terms of mentality. So the access to those people gives me a better way. I read the book 10 X and he was like, you should have. 10 times your portfolio I’m like, that is not even possible.

So at that time, I had four doors and it was like $400,000 worth. In Bakersville. I was like, you know what, I’m just going to try to do this within the pandemic. So now in a few months, I’m going to be $4 million in assets, under management. Yeah. I don’t own all of it. I have partners. Okay. There’s dead on it, at least 70%.

But the equity is only 30%, but maybe in some, but I control so many assets, in, at some point we’ll get paid off by the tenants. So I was able to do that because I’m able to follow these guys. I listened to what they were saying. I go to these events. I don’t talk to people who don’t fit my criteria of what I think life should be.

If you call me and say, Hey, We shouldn’t really be buying real estate. My first question will be like, what you got what do you get? If you said oh, I have 401k, I’ll just hang up the phone. Like I don’t, I just don’t have time for you. You’re so far off removed from my reality.

I won’t even look at you. I would just walk away from you. But if you had 50 units and he said, Hey, we shouldn’t be buying indeed neighborhoods. Maybe you should concentrate on B minus. Write it down. That makes sense. So those kinds of things. So you pick the people you want to hang out with.

I even started my own media by my meetup is actually tomorrow. And I refuse to hang out with regular friends anymore. Like they will be like, this guy is not a good guy. I’m like, yeah, I’m a terrible human being. You shouldn’t hang out with me and then I’ll have a meetup and I’ll say it. This is the topic of the meetup.

The topic of the meetup is how to structure deals and get financially independent. If you want, you can come to talk to me there. Otherwise don’t talk to me. I don’t care. So then I started meeting crazy people. I have lenders, I get access to these, the guy who comes here with his girlfriend is Ryan and Nicole.

When I’m a good friend. Now he’s doing my loan in Costa Mesa, but he’s so far up in his circle. I can’t get access to him unless I had this event, but he comes and he sees me or equal value. I can’t just go up to him because he is so far up. I have to talk to his assistant. I can’t even talk to Ryan.

So now I have access to these guys. So all these things I’m doing put me in a better place. And I don’t really, I’m not trying to just take, I will also be like, Hey, what are you trying to do? Do you want to buy something? You wanna improve your credit score here, do all this. Just trying to provide value to all the people in our lives.

That’s true. 

10Xing a Real Estate Portfolio as a Busy Professional with Vincent Rodriguez

Yeah, I have my personal experience. I had started a meetup in, I live in Richmond, Virginia in, I think 2017. I don’t remember what year it was but before COVID, and was consistent with that before we couldn’t be in a room together with everybody that we had to go online.

But I found that does help you build a lot of connections with both attendees and the speakers, because. Speaking of providing value, the attendees see value in the topic and the speaker sees value in the opportunity to speak to the attendees. So it’s a great opportunity for you as the host to add value to everyone and then, inject yourself a little bit too, right?

There’s a reason we do things. You want it to come back on you. 

Yeah, that’s I see myself as someone who’s a very good people connector and I’m very good with conversing and giving you value in whatever respect you’re looking for. So I liked that I don’t really need it, a lot of people zoom in when I invite them to the meetup.

They’re like, Hey man, you’re just trying to get, $20,000 from me so you can go buy the next house. I usually tell them. Just $20,000. You’re already worthless to me because I’m not going to take care of $20,000. You think I am, I’m trying to get $20,000. My average investment is like 60,000.

Like those, these guys have hundreds of thousands. I don’t want to talk to you with $20,000 because what happens when your callers are in the shop, you’re going to call me to get $2,000 to repair it, right? So I’m not trying to do that. I’m actually trying to make you understand this is what’s happening and go meet others.

Yes, that’s the value. It’s not me trying to take your 10,000 and being ruthlessly honest. 

Now I think something that a lot of our listeners may be able to relate to from a life setup standpoint is that you have a job and you’re doing these deals while having a job. And I think a limiting belief that a lot of people have who have jobs is I’m doing this work 40 hours a week or more plus, maybe more.

Yeah, how can I do it because I can’t, how am I ever going to have the time to build my real estate business and all of that? How have you dealt with that? Did you have that limiting belief? Yes. No. And if so, how did you tackle it. 

No, you have, you asked great questions. It’s almost like you have your own podcast.

But yeah, that is actually the best question ever, because that is a limiting belief I did have, and it was, it’s not just me. It’s everyone and people push that on you. So my biggest limiting belief was people constantly telling me I can’t do these things right. People constantly, you can’t go to the US you’re not going to graduate school in India.

You’re not going to go to engineering school. You can’t date that girl. You’re not good-looking enough. know, You don’t have money. This is my whole life. So then I decided at some point in my early twenties, I’m like, screw these guys. These guys are all losers. I don’t want to listen to them at all.

So now I’m on the opposite extreme where I’m literally just like trolling people for fun. I will not listen to anything you say, because I’m like, this is total. Useless information because you’re not really helping me. You’re just trying to like, keep me on my own page. So to come back to what you’re asking, so what, how did I solve that?

Limiting belief is I started creating my own people in France that I think are valuable. And I started believing I have value, right? It’s been such a long time for me to actually understand. But when I go talk to all these people, I figured out oh wait I do know a couple of things. I am actually valuable.

People told me that this is not something you should do, or you don’t do now was like a joke to me. I’m like, do you not see that I own these two streets? What do you mean that I shouldn’t be doing this? You have nothing. And then it’s I don’t understand why you’re even talking to me.

Like, why would you not try to learn what I’m doing rather than so that I have reached a stage? You cannot tell me, thinks that it’s going to really affect me. And I’m like really sad, oh my God, Taylor said, my nose is too big. Something like that. 

You've got to have the confidence and belief in what you're doing, then the negativity won't really affect you.

I got a big nose.

So that’s maybe that’s why you thought it was too big for listeners. 

That’s what people always say. But Yeah. So those kinds of things, once you can structure yourself as you have like very strong core beliefs. It doesn’t really bother me. Like even my family, people are like, oh, you know what?

This aunt said, this, my uncle said this, my mom said this. I’m like, none of these people really married to me that it’s going to influence me in such a way because I think that I’m doing certain things that are really beneficial for the people I’m actually. So it doesn’t make sense. So that’s what the first thing is.

You got to have self-confidence and belief in what you’re doing, and then everything else you know, slowly goes away. Like it doesn’t really affect you. So now, if somebody tells me like, you shouldn’t buy a duplex, I would just be walking. I won’t even stop to talk to them. You grant Cardone says, don’t buy a duplex, buy a 200 unit.

I might lose it. Listen. Because, okay he’s got more than me, it’s definitely more than me. So it depends.

Yeah. But most of the time when you’re hearing a lot of that negativity, it’s coming from people who have never done or never succeeded at the thing that they’re telling you not to do in the first place.

I read this somewhere. I don’t know where, but I tell people I don’t list. I don’t take advice from people who have less than me. It’s just not my thing. Y Y. 

Yeah. Yeah, I think it’s true. I think especially now in the age of social media and so much negativity, It’s easy to, especially if you’re on Facebook.

They thrive on sucking you in through negative stuff and they can read your mind better than you can. And that has perpetuated a lot of limiting beliefs in particular but a lot of negativity in general, amongst people. 

Yeah, that’s true. 

So what’s up next for you or what’s coming down the road.

We can talk about deals in particular, but how are you envisioning your business, as you move forward and continue to grow. Yeah, I’ll be honest with you. 

I have 28 units. I don’t make a lot of cash flow, so because I distribute funds to the investors. Who’s our other, I call them equity partners and then I pay, distribute money every month.

And so there’s not a lot of cash flow in this long-term rental business, we have tons of equity, so my next move is to go more into short-term rentals. So the. If I do buy this house in Costa Mesa, it’s a little ADU in the bag. I would like to make that a short-term rental. My buddy drew was going to take care of that.

And then maybe you start moving into more short-term rental space where my cash flow is high enough that I can hire more people and do more things. And then I’m also heavily looking into doing multifamily deals in Tampa, Florida. So I’ve been spending quite some time in Tampa and Jacksonville. 

Nice. So you’re actually going and spending time there in person rather than, trying to do it a hundred percent.

Yes, because, once you do the five units, plus that it’s all a broker’s game, right? So these guys don’t take you seriously. So I have friends in orange county who have millions of dollars in cash. So I talked to them, they’re my buddy. So then I’d take that as proof of funds, send it to the guys.

And then I fly to Tampa to visit with these brokers, go walk the units and, try to make a deal happen. I also have some. I might have somebody coming in, probably creating some assets in India too. So if I do that, I can pick up like, like a million or 2 million, just, like 15 doors, 20, something like that, small multifamily, and then start getting into that flow of things as well.

So yeah, that’s my, one of my focus on. 

I appreciate that. You’re going and spending time there. One to connect with the brokers and to get to know the market is the way it sounds as we see if you spend enough time in the real estate investing forums and so forth, you see a lot of California investors, in particular, looking for cheaper areas to invest and not frankly, doing enough on the ground research to know what they’re getting into.

They just see. Hey, this looks cheap. I’m going to buy it. And then that ends up being. 

Yeah, I am moving away from C properties or C minus, definitely, maybe C plus D minus. That’s the range I’m going for? I almost pulled off like a huge deal last year because I was going crazy last year. So I went to Jake and Gino Radcliffe’s all these events met.

All these people stay there for longer, went to visit her. Some properties got into some walkthroughs and all this stuff. I had the money lined up. I had everything lined up, but the area was not quite good for me. Didn’t want to do it because of other people’s money. So I said, you know what, let’s not, let’s just keep this for now.

And then let’s just do the next better deal with the less cash flow, lower cap rate kind of deal. 

Okay. Okay. Awesome. It sounds like you’ve got a great roadmap ahead and really taking action. So I really appreciate that right now. We’re going to take a quick break for our sponsor, our advance.

I got three questions. I ask every guest on the show. Are you ready? Yes, no. Great. First one. What is the best investment you ever made other than in your education? 

Yeah of first best investment was we actually bought a duplex for my buddy Andrew, and we partnered with his mom. She’s half owner of that and they’ve even bought those two blocks in Fontana.

There’s not a lot of cash flow, a very low cap rate deal. Great tenants, great area, huge lot. Love that deal. So that’s the deal that made me think about going into a better, yeah. 

Nice. Nice. We had the best investment. Now we go to the other side of that coin, the worst investment. What is the worst investment yet?

The worst investment is definitely my first triplex. I think we talked briefly about that before our recording is, it’s a triplex in Bakersfield is a bad part of the town. It’s definitely C minus heavy, maybe Bartlett D. Right. And we did spend a lot of money. We did make a cash flow positive and do all that stuff, but it always has problems, so I might exchange it for something else.

Nice. It sounds like you’ve got a good way, to turn it around and have good potential there. So that at least is a light at the end of the tunnel, if you will. Yeah. Yeah. My favorite question here at the end of this show is what is the most important lesson you’ve learned in business?

The most important lesson for me, I would say is, to believe in yourself. I think we talked briefly about it. Don’t really listen to people who want to, totally know, or listen to the advice, but at the end of the day, you gotta make the decision. Like I can’t wait for my uncle to give me the, go ahead to buy a triplex.

You got to have the. The thing to just go ahead and pull the trigger on it. So that’s how you really learn. Believe in yourself, nice. I like that. 

Vince, thank you for joining us today. It’s been great connecting with you and learning about your progress so far and what you have ahead as well.

If folks want to reach out, if they want to get in touch with you, if they want to learn more about what you’re up to or anything like that, where can they track you? 

I actually started my own podcast too. It’s called RD social podcast. Maybe we can have a link, but the best way to connect is my website anviinvestments.com.

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10Xing a Real Estate Portfolio as a Busy Professional

About our Guest

Vincent Rodriguez

With 3+ years of raising capital ($500,000+) acquisitions; $3M and 26 units AUM; $263,000+ Yearly gross rents and more Vincent Rodriguez proves his expertise through an amazing track record of achievements.

Vince is the Manageing Partner of AnVi Holdings, LLC for more than 3 years and has been the leading force behind AnVi Invest since its inception. Coming from an analytical background, he leads the team in the acquisition of new assets. He has also been featured on major podcasts that stream worldwide.

Episode Show Notes

With 3+ years of raising capital ($500,000+) acquisitions; $3M and 26 units AUM; $263,000+ Yearly gross rents and more Vincent Rodriguez proves his expertise through an amazing track record of achievements.

Vincent is the Managing Partner of AnVi Holdings, LLC for more than 3 years and has been the leading force behind AnVi Invest since its inception. Coming from an analytical background, he leads the team in the acquisition of new assets. He has also been featured on major podcasts that stream worldwide.

 

[00:01 – 04:58] Opening Segment

  • Get to know Vincent Rodriguez
  • Vincent shares with us his complex engineering day job and his $3.5 million in real estate

 

[04:59 – 10:47] Habits, Strategies, and More to Grow Your Portfolio

  • How Vincent Grew His Portfolio
    • It all started with Rich Dad Poor Dad
    • 8 Hours of Podcast Daily
    • “The math in real estate is mostly elementary.”
  • How Much are You Qualified?
  • Your Business is Not Your Job! 
    • Find out how you can save yourself from the burnout

 

[10:48 – 25:20] 10Xing a Real Estate Portfolio as a Busy Professional

    • Turning The 10X Mentality into Results
      • Vincent lists people he looks up to in real estate
  • 4-Million Dollar Portfolio on the Way
  • Vincent’s Biggest Limiting Belief and How He Pushed Beyond the Limits
  • Not taking advice from people less than you 
  • Exploring the short term rental and multifamily space

 

[25:21 – 31:38] Closing Segment

  • Quick break for our sponsors
  • What is the best investment you’ve ever made other than your education?
    • A duplex in Fontana
  • Vincent’s worst investment
    • A C-minus triplex
  • What is the most important lesson that you’ve learned in business and investing?
    • “Believe in yourself. Take action.”
  • Connect with my guest. See the links below.

 

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Tweetable Quotes:

“There’s no way I’m saving a million dollars.  By the time I save a million dollars, the house will be worth 3 million dollars.” – Vincent Rodriguez

“You pick the people you want to hang out with and I refuse to hang out with regular friends anymore since I’ve discovered meetups.” – Vincent Rodriguez

“I started creating my own people and friends that I think are valuable and I started believing I had value. I am valuable.” – Vincent Rodriguez

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Hi, I’m Taylor. I help busy professionals escape the Wall Street Casino and build wealth on Main Street by investing in real estate. I started the Passive Wealth Strategy Show because I realized that the typical “skip that $3 latte once a week” financial advice does not produce the life of abundance that so many Busy Professionals desire.

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@Clarisse Gomez
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The host of Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals podcast highlights all aspects of real estate investing and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Great podcast!
Great podcast!
@Owchy
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Love all the information and insights from Taylor and his guest. Fun and entertaining. Highly recommend.
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