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Leveraging Partnerships To Build Your Real Estate Portfolio- Xavier Marin #52

Born and raised in East Bay, California, Xavier Marin was a timid, shy  kid. And if that wasn’t bad enough, he was also on the heavy side.  Growing up, he had struggled with self worth, identity, and confidence. Fast  forward to college, he was thrown into the ocean and met people from  all over with all sorts of different backgrounds. He learned very  quickly that it was up to him to become who he wants to be and lead a  worthwhile life. Through his challenges, he’s learned resilience,  courage, and taking a whole lot of action. Then one fateful day,  he was connected to our very own Felipe Mejia, who took him on as a  mentee and helped him get over the edge to his first real taste of real  estate. And that’s where we meet Xavier in this episode.  Investing for only a few years now, he’s lightyears ahead of where he  was at the beginning of his journey. Up to date, Xavier is  invested in AirBNB short term rentals and aims to branch out to  different markets with different partners to keep his portfolio growing  and expanding. To get in touch with Xavier, follow him on Instagram @xaviermarin_ To learn more about the Rat Race To FI Mastermind group, head over to: and join our waiting list! The  Rat Race To FI Course and Micro Tribes are now live! Head over to and enter code: RRHALFOFF at checkout for a 50%  discount while supplies last. Are you a Wholesaler or a Real  Estate Professional looking to get more warm leads but don't have enough  time to cold call? Visit: to learn more about how our  team of in house virtual assistants are generating leads for our  clients daily!  You can join us in conversations such as this one, and receive so much  business related knowledge when you are part of our mastermind  community.  SEEKING MENTOR-SHIP?  Join our Mastermind:   Send Us A DM On Instagram:  Diego Corzo:  Felipe Mejia:  #realestate #cashflow #rentals  Email:

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