Fuquan Bilal says the best thing that ever happened to him was getting shot five times. This life event not only transformed his outlook on life but also changed the trajectory of his career. Since then, he has never taken anything for granted. This is the key in real estate because your deals are only as good as the connections you’ve created and in any part of life, relationships matter. Keep the investors happy and keep the tenants happy, but Fuquan likes to add on a third thing, keep the contractors happy too. Fuquan believes in approaching the community first and building strong bonds that ultimately strengthen any of your deals. Catch all his insights on life and business. Watch the episode now!
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE
02:05 – The best thing that ever happened to Fuquan: Getting shot five times
06:20 – Why go from Alabama to Atlanta
08:37 – Adding value to community needs
11:10 – Dealing with rising construction costs
14:16 – Keep your contractors happy too
19:22 – Going above and beyond for investors
22:32 – Kissing a lot of frogs in rejected deals
24:35 – Intuition and street smart in real estate
25:47 – http://www.nngcapitalfund.com/
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