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REIT/Fund/Private Equity, Real Estate Investor
What I have to offer is... (be specific, this is important)
Investment Knowledge and Expertise within the Income Investment Assets of multifamily, tax liens, NNN, and REITs.
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Looking to help guide investors who want to learn how to grow their income investment portfolio in various asset classes.

Looking to help incubate real estate operating companies that need assistance with business model and crowdfunding expertise.

Ankit Duggal's Blog

Section 8- The Good,Bad and Ugly?

Urban landlord investing combines elements of crime, drugs, boarded up assets, and low income tenants. Within all this uncertainty comes a unique risk adjusted opportunity. This post is going to look at one major tenant type that you will come across: The Section 8 Tenant.

Section 8 ?

Section 8 is a Government housing voucher program that is managed by the…


Posted on August 1, 2013 at 8:02pm — 2 Comments

Avoid Toilet and Tenant Investments with Tax Liens

The Problem: Toilets and Tenants!

When I started looking into what sucked up a lot of time during the week I noticed a pattern. Toilets and Tenants sucked up a lot of my time and the resources of my company week to week.This week we talk about one of my favorite “No Toilet” asset class: Tax Liens.

Why Tax Liens?

I was searching for yield with minimal effort. One night I was digging around the internet for alternative investments within the real estate asset…


Posted on April 5, 2013 at 9:00pm

How to Analyze Cash Flow Real Estate

Have you ever heard of the 2-50 rule? Then you need to read this blog.

Why Should You Learn This Rule

Getting overwhelmed with “prospects” (potential deals) hitting your email on a daily basis. Is it starting to get overwhelming? It was for me as it is a lot to swift through. You need to develop a quick rules or shortcuts so that you can weed through the unwanted prospects quickly and efficiently. 

2-50 Rule To High Cap Rate…


Posted on February 18, 2013 at 9:30pm — 2 Comments

Deal Sourcing from your Chair!

 Today we will discuss using online search tools to help you find potential deals so that you can filter them down.


CAVEAT: The best deals are not usually found online since deals that wind up online usually deals that the realtors or their investors did not want to buy. So be careful but use online searches as a business tool to find potentials. You can make a potential into a deal by using your structuring and creative negotiating skill set.


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Posted on December 28, 2012 at 12:00pm

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At 1:42pm on August 8, 2012, John K. Exum said…

I may have a property in Newark you would be interested in.


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