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Unveiling Success Strategies and Financial Growth in a Transformative Journey with Zack Gray

Today we have Zack Gray joining us. Zack is a successful real estate investor based in Massachusetts and South Carolina who has built a portfolio valued at over $25 million. In addition to real estate, Zack is also a gym owner, having transitioned into real estate investing after years of personal training and owning his own fitness facility.

Zack shares his non-traditional path to success, from military service and personal training to owning a gym and transitioning into real estate investing. We’re excited to learn about Zack’s non-traditional career path and how intentionality, partnerships, and multiple income streams have led to his rapid success in real estate. Please help me in welcoming Zack to the show.

Listeners learn how Zack leveraged his role at an Equinox gym to network with high-net-worth clients and gain credibility. Zack discusses intentionally pursuing multiple income streams and gradually reducing his gym hours as his real estate business grew. He provides advice for gig workers on structuring side businesses and saving for multifamily properties. 

Zack also emphasizes the importance of collaboration, attending meetups, and partnering with others who complement your strengths. Overall, this episode offers a fascinating look into how intentionality, multiple income streams, and real estate partnerships can lead to rapid financial growth.

Things we discussed in this episode:

– Zack’s non-traditional career path from military service to personal training and gym ownership.

– How Zack leveraged his role at Equinox gym to network with high-net-worth individuals.

– Zack’s initial interest in real estate for tax benefits and its potential returns. 

– Advice for gig workers on treating side hustles as businesses and saving for multifamily properties.

– The importance of collaboration and partnerships in real estate investing.

– Attending local real estate meetups to find partners, deals, and solutions.

– Zack’s goals to acquire 120 units in 2022 through submitting multiple offers per week.

– Managing a team and different personalities as the business scales.

– Having open conversations with partners to set expectations before formalizing agreements.

– Zack’s continued training while gradually reducing hours as his real estate business grew.

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