30 minutes | Sep 1, 2021

019: Making Life Better Through Multifamily Real Estate with Amy Sylvis

It’s incredible how opportunities open up to those who seek to help others and add value before making a profit. Prior to working in multi-family real estate, Amy Sylvis spent 13 years in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. She was originally drawn to the industry to be able to serve people while they battled serious health challenges having lived through the experience herself. She soon realized that her skillset could serve even MORE people through multifamily real estate by providing clean, safe, affordable housing to working-class families while giving her the freedom to look after herself. After several attempts to crack into the industry, Amy was presented with the opportunity to join us here at Quattro Capital. She is now active on the GP and LP side of apartments in Tennessee and Georgia and is continuing to grow her portfolio with a goal of achieving the 5 Freedoms in the next couple of years. You won’t want to miss this episode as we talk about how getting into Multifamily can make your life better as well as the lives of those you serve. Working to Serve Others - [00:01 – 04:50] I welcome Amy Sylvis Bio  Amy gives us some background on her story and career  Family life and upbringing  Navigating health challenges Going into biotech to help others The inspiration to getting into Multifamily Making Life Better Through Multifamily Real Estate - [04:51 – 22:42] Amy shares the health problems she had to deal with Life with Cystic Fibrosis  Forced to stop working  Getting her life back through a revolutionary drug Why transition into multifamily from biotech The impact of Rich Dad Poor Dad No choice to trade hours for money Hitting obstacles along the way Amy’s first deal  The freedom behind multifamily Failing forward  How Amy adds value to Quattro Capital Investing in a JV  Relentless market research  The current deal in motion  Located in Clarksville, TN  The challenges during the acquisition phase  The value of being on a team  How Amy is continuing to manage the Clarksville deal Final Questions - [22:43 - 30:15] What is your superpower  Market research and people before profit What is your biggest failure? Giving time to a company with unfitting values  How are you making the world a better place? Helping the remaining 10% of CF patients find a cure Supporting people with the costs associated with CF  Final words   Tweetable Quotes: “I wasn’t going to be able to trade time for money because my health wasn’t going to be where it needed to be. So multifamily was really this amazing coupling of fulfilling my higher self and my goal to help the world, but also to be able to support myself.” - Amy Sylvis “Any dream worth accomplishing isn’t going to be easy.” - Amy Sylvis Resources Mentioned:  Rich Dad Poor Dad The Go-Giver Nonprofits: Emily’s Entourage The Boomer Esiason Foundation Be sure to connect with Amy on LinkedIn.  Try out SyndicationPro: Raise more capital in less time! Join the MFIN Summit and use our promo code: QUATTRO LEAVE A 5 STAR REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Find out how team Quattro can help you by visiting www.TheQuattroWay.com.  Real Estate Runway Podcast is all about alternative business and investment strategies to help you amplify life, and maximize wealth! Click here to find out more about the host, Chad Sutton.
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