Prosperity Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing

Being a Problem Solver with Erin Hudson

December 30, 2020 Cody Laughlin Episode 49
Prosperity Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing
Being a Problem Solver with Erin Hudson
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Prosperity Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing
Being a Problem Solver with Erin Hudson
Dec 30, 2020 Episode 49
Cody Laughlin

What separates the successful entrepreneurs from the “want-a-preneurs?” Sure everyone knows it takes hard work and determination to be successful however it’s the intangibles that set the great apart. Creativity and the ability to solve complex problems or issues are some of those intangibles.

Our guest on today’s episode is Erin Hudson, Partner at Quattro Capital, real estate investor, business owner, financial professional, chiropractor, and mother of five. Erin, having very limited availability and resources, relied on her ability to be creative and a problem solver to create opportunities to grow her portfolio with significant momentum. Those opportunities led her to discover multifamily investing and her partners at Quattro Capital. Together, Quattro Capital is elevating their business to the next level.

Dr. Erin Hudson is an accomplished ten year entrepreneur as well as a wife and mother of five. She is the proud owner of Hudson Wellness Center in CA providing chiropractic services and serves as director for a team of 30+ employees. She is a successful real estate investor with a track record spanning five years, as well as asset manager of a $19.5 million real estate portfolio for which she raised over $3 million in capital.

In this episode, we cover:

How did Erin start growing her portfolio using creativity.

How did Erin start operating above her business and not in her business.

What does it mean to be resourceful?

How Erin started investing in multifamily and how you can get started.

The importance of finding the right partners.

Erin addresses each of these important points and many more in this value-packed episode. Tune in today to learn what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and real estate investor!

 

The Final Four:

1.   What do you like to do for your continued education to further your investing?

Erin: “I just went to a Multifamily Mindset event with Tyler Deveraux and Ryan Woolley, I actually was a speaker there, and it was so awe-inspiring to be able to pour my knowledge and lessons learned into other people. I love giving back and seeing the excitement on their faces when they learn what they need to know to grow further. The more we help people without manipulation… game over, we’ve already won!”

 

2.   What are some of the lasting lessons you’ve learned along your journey?

Erin: “Make sure you partner with the right people. There are a million ways to skin a cat, so don’t think so straightly. This is the game of arbitrage. Negotiation is key. Do not beg for anyone’s money, create an opportunity that leaves them mind-blown and wanting to know how they can get in on it as soon as possible.”

 

3.   What advice would you give to the listeners to help them grow their businesses?

Erin: “Ensure you find partners that are strong at the skills you’re weak at. I don’t know where I would be without my partners. Life is so much fun and there are opportunities everywhere if you look around.”

 

4.   How can the listeners learn more about and connect with you?

Erin: “Visit our website at www.thequattroway.com and you can always find me and message me on Facebook, just search Erin Hudson. I’d be happy to get on a call with you, pour into you, help you with your learning curve, and take it to the next level.”

 

Resources mentioned:

Quattro Capital

The Wealthy Gardener by John Soforic

The Multifamily Mindset

Show Notes

What separates the successful entrepreneurs from the “want-a-preneurs?” Sure everyone knows it takes hard work and determination to be successful however it’s the intangibles that set the great apart. Creativity and the ability to solve complex problems or issues are some of those intangibles.

Our guest on today’s episode is Erin Hudson, Partner at Quattro Capital, real estate investor, business owner, financial professional, chiropractor, and mother of five. Erin, having very limited availability and resources, relied on her ability to be creative and a problem solver to create opportunities to grow her portfolio with significant momentum. Those opportunities led her to discover multifamily investing and her partners at Quattro Capital. Together, Quattro Capital is elevating their business to the next level.

Dr. Erin Hudson is an accomplished ten year entrepreneur as well as a wife and mother of five. She is the proud owner of Hudson Wellness Center in CA providing chiropractic services and serves as director for a team of 30+ employees. She is a successful real estate investor with a track record spanning five years, as well as asset manager of a $19.5 million real estate portfolio for which she raised over $3 million in capital.

In this episode, we cover:

How did Erin start growing her portfolio using creativity.

How did Erin start operating above her business and not in her business.

What does it mean to be resourceful?

How Erin started investing in multifamily and how you can get started.

The importance of finding the right partners.

Erin addresses each of these important points and many more in this value-packed episode. Tune in today to learn what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and real estate investor!

 

The Final Four:

1.   What do you like to do for your continued education to further your investing?

Erin: “I just went to a Multifamily Mindset event with Tyler Deveraux and Ryan Woolley, I actually was a speaker there, and it was so awe-inspiring to be able to pour my knowledge and lessons learned into other people. I love giving back and seeing the excitement on their faces when they learn what they need to know to grow further. The more we help people without manipulation… game over, we’ve already won!”

 

2.   What are some of the lasting lessons you’ve learned along your journey?

Erin: “Make sure you partner with the right people. There are a million ways to skin a cat, so don’t think so straightly. This is the game of arbitrage. Negotiation is key. Do not beg for anyone’s money, create an opportunity that leaves them mind-blown and wanting to know how they can get in on it as soon as possible.”

 

3.   What advice would you give to the listeners to help them grow their businesses?

Erin: “Ensure you find partners that are strong at the skills you’re weak at. I don’t know where I would be without my partners. Life is so much fun and there are opportunities everywhere if you look around.”

 

4.   How can the listeners learn more about and connect with you?

Erin: “Visit our website at www.thequattroway.com and you can always find me and message me on Facebook, just search Erin Hudson. I’d be happy to get on a call with you, pour into you, help you with your learning curve, and take it to the next level.”

 

Resources mentioned:

Quattro Capital

The Wealthy Gardener by John Soforic

The Multifamily Mindset