The definition of an entrepreneur has become so broad in recent days, that it almost encompasses the likes of any free-thinking, self-motivated professional. So what exactly is a real estate entrepreneur anyway? David Podrog explains.
The term “entrepreneur” is thrown around so loosely these days, you’d almost think anyone could be an entrepreneur. It’s true that just about anyone has the ability to turn their professional skills into something that meets the needs of entrepreneurship. But the reality is, not everyone is an entrepreneur.
In David Podrog’s latest blog series, he’s focusing on real estate entrepreneurship. But what is a real estate entrepreneur anyway? In simple terms, a real estate entrepreneur is an investor who actively participates in their real estate investments. More than just fronting the funds, a real estate entrepreneur is someone who actually gets involved in the process. With that being said, the term becomes loose again — as entrepreneurship tends to be! A real estate entrepreneur can be someone who buys, renovates and then sells a property (often known as “flipping”). But, they can also be someone who manages a portfolio of rental properties.
In short, a real estate entrepreneur is a professional who independently manages a real estate investment from start to finish!