E245: Active Income for Passive Returns – Seth Bradley

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In this week’s episode Steven is joined by Seth Bradley, Lawyer turned Investor. Listen as they dive into all things about passive investing, the struggles faced and the strategies that Seth utilizes in growing in his career, and much more. Like the title of the podcast, this episode is about developing that right mindset.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Taking a hard look at his peers, Seth realized that was not the future he wanted for himself or his family.
  2. Invest from your active income in order to earn your passive income
  3. When looking at different options ensure that you are looking at the sponsors and their track records not just the rate of return that is being promised.
  4. A look at why some people fail in this venture when others are so successful.

Resources Mentioned

Interested in connecting with other like-minded individuals? Then join our VonFinch Private Capital Network. Learn more at www.vonfinch.com/invest.

About our Guest:

Seth Bradley is the Founder and Managing Partner of Law Capital Partners. He oversees the company’s acquisitions, business development, and investor relations. Additionally, Seth provides legal and compliance oversight and directs the overall investment strategy. He brings to the company over 14 years of experience in general management and new business development.

In addition to Law Capital Partners, Seth is the Managing Partner of Bradley Law, Ltd., a California law firm that provides clients with legal counsel in the practice areas of commercial real estate, corporate, and asset protection. He represents real estate developers, investors, landlords, tenants, and financial institutions in all types of commercial real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, leasing, and development, across a full gamut of asset types, including multifamily, industrial, office, and retail.

https://www.lawcapitalpartners.com/

Podcast: https://passiveincomeattorney.com/

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