• Sushi & Syndication Dinner

    Needs a location

    Accredited* & Sophisticated investors only

    ​Please sign up for my accredited dinner masterminds - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdx-OBgtchfBFPxSpRXEwdSaBUttlm4K1y9dpzKbrEaqoOQxQ/viewform

    Limited availability - potential cost to attend
    Email [masked] to RSPV

    *Here is my best attempt at explaining this… An accredited investor is a defined by the United States Securities & Exchange Commission as someone who makes a minimum of $200,000 ($300,000 if filing jointly) or has a net worth of 1 million dollars excluding personal residence. The significance of being an accredited investor is that you can invest in things that those with less money, cannot. You can also be something called "a sophisticated investor" which has a much more nebulous definition but essentially says you know what you are doing even if you don't have that much money.

    These laws were put in place long ago to "protect" the average person from predatory activity. The irony of this all is that there is no protection for the average Joe, or pension funds for that matter, against investing in a wildly bloated stock market at record valuations. Every major trader out there knows we are in a bubble but there is no protection for individuals dumping money into their retirement accounts to buy mutual funds.

    It's an archaic system which makes little sense. Certainly, there has been some recognition of this fact. The 2012 JOBS act made it easier for Main Street America to participate in "alternative" investments via crowdfunding and made it easier for sponsors to advertise previously unknown opportunities. However, we have a long way to go.

    I would advise you that you need to know the lead syndicator personally. None of this "we met at a local REIA and he pitched me his deal". If a guy does not have a list of solid investors they must lack the track record.

    Also I did a podcast with Amy Wan a syndication attorney talking a lot about this topic.

  • Monthly Market Update & Trends w/ Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE

    You are invited to this month's installment of Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE 🎥

    Where: Tune in LIVE here:
    1) Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX1ZU4WejBYUwvdGbBHOWzQ/
    2) REIALOHA Facebook Group
    3) Lane’s LinkedIn
    4) Dean’s FaceBook Page
    5) Replays here

    Schedule as follows:
    5:30-6:00PM - Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE 🎥 webinar
    6:00-6:15PM - Ask Anything - Free Investing Advice

    Last meeting sample - reialoha.com/meetings

  • Passive Investor Happy Hour at TBD

    Location visible to members

    Passive Investing Happy Hour - Pai Honolulu
    745PM – 8PM – Open Networking

    8PM-820 PM – Presentation on monthly topic and discussion

    830PM – 930PM – Mastermind Breakout and Structured Networking

    930PM-10PM – Hang out and discuss investing with other members. Open networking.

    Active Hui Investors and Mastermind members let me know if you would like to attend our dinner 6-745PM

    Newbies welcome! Check out these resources:

    For getting started with rentals: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkey

    Free Turnkey rental audio recordings: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QmipKpvAJZ1WfuMt0IRbxK1yZ8sx5Kvh

    Turnkey Rental digital kit: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AVLQY36pKhBXgx40a33xa62LtgM17DBs

    To scale to the next level: simplepassivecashflow.com/syndication

    High level on investing: simplepassivecashflow.com/start

    Tax stuff: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/tax

  • Sushi & Syndication Dinner

    Needs a location

    Accredited* & Sophisticated investors only

    ​Please sign up for my accredited dinner masterminds - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdx-OBgtchfBFPxSpRXEwdSaBUttlm4K1y9dpzKbrEaqoOQxQ/viewform

    Limited availability - potential cost to attend
    Email [masked] to RSPV

    *Here is my best attempt at explaining this… An accredited investor is a defined by the United States Securities & Exchange Commission as someone who makes a minimum of $200,000 ($300,000 if filing jointly) or has a net worth of 1 million dollars excluding personal residence. The significance of being an accredited investor is that you can invest in things that those with less money, cannot. You can also be something called "a sophisticated investor" which has a much more nebulous definition but essentially says you know what you are doing even if you don't have that much money.

    These laws were put in place long ago to "protect" the average person from predatory activity. The irony of this all is that there is no protection for the average Joe, or pension funds for that matter, against investing in a wildly bloated stock market at record valuations. Every major trader out there knows we are in a bubble but there is no protection for individuals dumping money into their retirement accounts to buy mutual funds.

    It's an archaic system which makes little sense. Certainly, there has been some recognition of this fact. The 2012 JOBS act made it easier for Main Street America to participate in "alternative" investments via crowdfunding and made it easier for sponsors to advertise previously unknown opportunities. However, we have a long way to go.

    I would advise you that you need to know the lead syndicator personally. None of this "we met at a local REIA and he pitched me his deal". If a guy does not have a list of solid investors they must lack the track record.

    Also I did a podcast with Amy Wan a syndication attorney talking a lot about this topic.

  • Monthly Market Update & Trends w/ Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE

    You are invited to this month's installment of Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE 🎥

    Where: Tune in LIVE here:
    1) Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX1ZU4WejBYUwvdGbBHOWzQ/
    2) REIALOHA Facebook Group
    3) Lane’s LinkedIn
    4) Dean’s FaceBook Page
    5) Replays here

    Schedule as follows:
    5:30-6:00PM - Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE 🎥 webinar
    6:00-6:15PM - Ask Anything - Free Investing Advice

    Last meeting sample - reialoha.com/meetings

  • Passive Investor Happy Hour at TBD

    Location visible to members

    Passive Investing Happy Hour - Pai Honolulu
    745PM – 8PM – Open Networking

    8PM-820 PM – Presentation on monthly topic and discussion

    830PM – 930PM – Mastermind Breakout and Structured Networking

    930PM-10PM – Hang out and discuss investing with other members. Open networking.

    Active Hui Investors and Mastermind members let me know if you would like to attend our dinner 6-745PM

    Newbies welcome! Check out these resources:

    For getting started with rentals: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkey

    Free Turnkey rental audio recordings: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QmipKpvAJZ1WfuMt0IRbxK1yZ8sx5Kvh

    Turnkey Rental digital kit: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AVLQY36pKhBXgx40a33xa62LtgM17DBs

    To scale to the next level: simplepassivecashflow.com/syndication

    High level on investing: simplepassivecashflow.com/start

    Tax stuff: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/tax

  • Sushi & Syndication Dinner

    Needs a location

    Accredited* & Sophisticated investors only

    ​Please sign up for my accredited dinner masterminds - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdx-OBgtchfBFPxSpRXEwdSaBUttlm4K1y9dpzKbrEaqoOQxQ/viewform

    Limited availability - potential cost to attend
    Email [masked] to RSPV

    *Here is my best attempt at explaining this… An accredited investor is a defined by the United States Securities & Exchange Commission as someone who makes a minimum of $200,000 ($300,000 if filing jointly) or has a net worth of 1 million dollars excluding personal residence. The significance of being an accredited investor is that you can invest in things that those with less money, cannot. You can also be something called "a sophisticated investor" which has a much more nebulous definition but essentially says you know what you are doing even if you don't have that much money.

    These laws were put in place long ago to "protect" the average person from predatory activity. The irony of this all is that there is no protection for the average Joe, or pension funds for that matter, against investing in a wildly bloated stock market at record valuations. Every major trader out there knows we are in a bubble but there is no protection for individuals dumping money into their retirement accounts to buy mutual funds.

    It's an archaic system which makes little sense. Certainly, there has been some recognition of this fact. The 2012 JOBS act made it easier for Main Street America to participate in "alternative" investments via crowdfunding and made it easier for sponsors to advertise previously unknown opportunities. However, we have a long way to go.

    I would advise you that you need to know the lead syndicator personally. None of this "we met at a local REIA and he pitched me his deal". If a guy does not have a list of solid investors they must lack the track record.

    Also I did a podcast with Amy Wan a syndication attorney talking a lot about this topic.

  • Monthly Market Update & Trends w/ Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE

    You are invited to this month's installment of Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE 🎥

    Where: Tune in LIVE here:
    1) Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX1ZU4WejBYUwvdGbBHOWzQ/
    2) REIALOHA Facebook Group
    3) Lane’s LinkedIn
    4) Dean’s FaceBook Page
    5) Replays here

    Schedule as follows:
    5:30-6:00PM - Da Real Estate Braddahs LIVE 🎥 webinar
    6:00-6:15PM - Ask Anything - Free Investing Advice

    Last meeting sample - reialoha.com/meetings

  • Passive Investor Happy Hour at TBD

    Location visible to members

    Passive Investing Happy Hour - Pai Honolulu
    745PM – 8PM – Open Networking

    8PM-820 PM – Presentation on monthly topic and discussion

    830PM – 930PM – Mastermind Breakout and Structured Networking

    930PM-10PM – Hang out and discuss investing with other members. Open networking.

    Active Hui Investors and Mastermind members let me know if you would like to attend our dinner 6-745PM

    Newbies welcome! Check out these resources:

    For getting started with rentals: simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkey

    Free Turnkey rental audio recordings: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QmipKpvAJZ1WfuMt0IRbxK1yZ8sx5Kvh

    Turnkey Rental digital kit: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AVLQY36pKhBXgx40a33xa62LtgM17DBs

    To scale to the next level: simplepassivecashflow.com/syndication

    High level on investing: simplepassivecashflow.com/start

    Tax stuff: SimplePassiveCashflow.com/tax

  • Sushi & Syndication Dinner

    Needs a location

    Accredited* & Sophisticated investors only

    ​Please sign up for my accredited dinner masterminds - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdx-OBgtchfBFPxSpRXEwdSaBUttlm4K1y9dpzKbrEaqoOQxQ/viewform

    Limited availability - potential cost to attend
    Email [masked] to RSPV

    *Here is my best attempt at explaining this… An accredited investor is a defined by the United States Securities & Exchange Commission as someone who makes a minimum of $200,000 ($300,000 if filing jointly) or has a net worth of 1 million dollars excluding personal residence. The significance of being an accredited investor is that you can invest in things that those with less money, cannot. You can also be something called "a sophisticated investor" which has a much more nebulous definition but essentially says you know what you are doing even if you don't have that much money.

    These laws were put in place long ago to "protect" the average person from predatory activity. The irony of this all is that there is no protection for the average Joe, or pension funds for that matter, against investing in a wildly bloated stock market at record valuations. Every major trader out there knows we are in a bubble but there is no protection for individuals dumping money into their retirement accounts to buy mutual funds.

    It's an archaic system which makes little sense. Certainly, there has been some recognition of this fact. The 2012 JOBS act made it easier for Main Street America to participate in "alternative" investments via crowdfunding and made it easier for sponsors to advertise previously unknown opportunities. However, we have a long way to go.

    I would advise you that you need to know the lead syndicator personally. None of this "we met at a local REIA and he pitched me his deal". If a guy does not have a list of solid investors they must lack the track record.

    Also I did a podcast with Amy Wan a syndication attorney talking a lot about this topic.