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Lane Kawaoka

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Name:
SimplePassiveCashflow.com
Category:
Real Estate
Tags:
minimalism, hawaii, leverage, real estate, syndication, turnkey rentals
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$1,100,000.00
Location:
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Engineer
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Latest Blog Posts

Take the hint from other high level investors and be aware that MFH Apartments is where a lot of new syndicators are starting businesses and where all the gurus are teaching about the space. It might be time to look elsewhere other than Apartments and into mobile home parks. Learn more about the asset class […] The post Apartments to Mobile Home Parks with Paul Moore appeared first on Simple Passive ...
Posted: May 20 2019 @ 6:38 AM
Its reality (and a little morbid) that your parents are aging you be one of the main caregivers. If you reading this they you understand the saying “sandwich generation” squished between taking care of kids, a demanding career, and aging parents. I have had calls with investors who have had their parents give a greatly appreciated property… The post The “Talk” with your parents appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: May 09 2019 @ 8:40 PM
Here is a sample of a contract from a turnkey provider that a Mastermind member redlined. Not giving any legal advice but the sheer amount of revisions to the turnkey providers contract may make them balk at having you as a buyer especially in a strong sellers market. Its like that time you went out… The post Don’t do this… appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: May 03 2019 @ 3:54 AM
I have had over 1,000 calls since 2017-2019 with investors just like you. And now that I am not working… I admit that’s a few calls a day while I was taking my extended breaks at work. All kinds of investors some not listening to my directions of checking out the first 20 podcasts and those… The post The Newbie Wall appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: May 02 2019 @ 3:15 PM
  Dummy waring: don’t be a jerk when asking these questions. Let it guide a conversation instead of playing stump the chump. You need a good property manager more than a good property manager needs you… make sense?!? How long have you been a property management company? What types of properties do you manage? What… The post Top 25 questions to ask a property management company during interviews appeared first on ...
Posted: May 01 2019 @ 4:40 AM
When you put in an offer on something simple as a turnkey rental… lets face it. Its mostly about price. But there are some terms that I usually put in there such as a credit back for the maximum seller paid closing costs (~2%) in order to minimize the money out of pocket. Other common… The post Putting in an offer appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: Apr 24 2019 @ 3:43 AM
Vice IndexWatch the China TradeEconomic indicators THE MONEYBALL TRADER The Moneyball Trader is a weekly advisory providing traders and investors with full research and analysis of the top companies to buy or sell on a weekly time horizon. The advisory’s approach is based on comprehensive data analysis. ANDREW ZATLIN Andrew began his career as a… The post Episode 147 – Economic Predications with MoneyBall Trader appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: Apr 23 2019 @ 3:45 AM
Matt, and I met a few years back when we were starting to invest in apartments. Having the right network is critical and its important to grow with people. Make no mistake this type of investing is high risk high reward but it’s a whole lot of fun. When I build my base of cashflowing… The post Episode 146 – Investing in Musicals w/ Matt “Broadway” Pichney appeared first on ...
Posted: Apr 11 2019 @ 5:38 PM
Buying a brand new car can be incredibly annoying with all the haggling. Here are some steps to follow when trying to get the best price: 1. Use the Internet to do your research on which car you want and exactly what level you want (color, features, and packages). Check out edmunds.com and many other car… The post How to Buy/Lease a Car appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: Apr 02 2019 @ 10:29 PM
Buying a brand new car can be incredibly annoying with all the haggling. Here are some steps to follow when trying to get the best price: 1. Use the Internet to do your research on which car you want and exactly what level you want (color, features, and packages). Check out edmunds.com and many other car… The post How to Buy/Lease a Car appeared first on Simple Passive Cashflow. ...
Posted: Apr 02 2019 @ 10:29 PM

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