Wed, 7 February 2018
Andrew Campbell was 27-years-old, working a good corporate job when he got the call that his father had suffered a massive brain hemorrhage. So he moved back home to Austin and reconsidered what he wanted out of life.
Flexibility and freedom became priorities for Andrew, and when an experienced friend invited him to partner up on the purchase of a duplex, he agreed. Very quickly, Andrew was ‘addicted to real estate,’ and he began to envision a long-term plan that would allow him to quit his job and pursue real estate full-time.
Now Andrew is a managing partner with Wildhorn Capital, a real estate investment firm focused on multifamily properties in major Texas markets. Today he joins me to share how he made the transition from duplexes and fourplexes to his first multifamily deal, a 192-unit building in San Antonio. Andrew walks us through his first experience with raising money, explaining how being a real estate junkie helped him build a network organically. Listen in for Andrew’s insight on redefining success, taking risks, and leveraging an addiction to real estate to live the life YOU design.
How Andrew got into real estate
Andrew’s initial investment strategy
Why Andrew limited himself to four units or less
Why Andrew transitioned to multifamily
Andrew’s first experience with raising money
Andrew’s first multifamily deal
What inspired Andrew to ‘go big’ on his first multifamily deal
How Andrew was able to raise $6.5M
Why Andrew chose to work with a partner
What’s next for Wildhorn Capital
How Andrew’s life is different as a full-time investor
Andrew’s advice to aspiring multifamily investors
Connect with Andrew
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