From Passive Investing to Full Syndication and Continuing to Scale with the Help of Think Multifamily

As the saying (or Catch 22) goes, “You can’t get the job without experience, but you can’t gain experience without the job.”

Think Multifamily student, Hayden Haucke, once believed that his inexperience would continue to stunt his investing progress. Frustratingly, it seemed to Hayden, his lack of knowledge, credibility and network were obstacles impossible to overcome in the fast-paced, competitive yet very profitable world of real estate investing. That was before Think Multifamily. This is NOW…

“Since joining Think Multifamily, I’ve made a passive investment into a 157-unit deal in Georgia, and successfully led the syndication of a 113-unit property in Florida,” says Hayden.

How does an inexperienced investor end up jumping into multifamily head first? If you ask Think Multifamily founder, Mark Kenney, he’ll tell you it’s the ONLY way to start, and Think Multifamily gives people the coaching, capital, connections and confidence to do so.

At The FIRE Summit, a twice a year, 2-day, LIVE conference, Think Multifamily educates attendees on multifamily real estate investing and how to GO BIGGER FASTER. This is where it clicked for Hayden and it’s where most Think Multifamily members begin.

To learn more about The FIRE Summit and how YOU can attend the next event, CLICK HERE.

What’s next for Hayden? Whatever his next deal, it’s safe to say he’s sticking with Think Multifamily… and Think Multifamily is sticking with him. Hayden concludes, “I’m starting to look at even larger deals in an effort to scale my multifamily business to levels I didn’t think were possible before joining Think Multifamily.”

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Mark Kenney

Mark Kenney

Mark Kenney is a seasoned real estate investor, entrepreneur and founder of Think Multifamily. Mark started his real estate career over 25 years ago and has extensive experience in property valuation, acquisition, and operations. He has a passion for helping others succeed in the multifamily arena.

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