How To Get Into Commercial Real Estate Investing [If I Had to Start All Over]

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I’ve been in commercial real estate since 2013 but only really started investing in 2019, after founding my own commercial brokerage. Since then, I’ve developed a 42-unit townhome community, acquired over 50,000 square feet of office and retail space, and am in the middle of a $19.2 million mixed-use development in East Nashville. And I get asked all the time: “How can I get into commercial real estate investing?” So, knowing what I know now, here’s what I would do if I had to start it all over.

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0:00 – Start
0:35 – Get my real estate license
1:38 – Work for a boutique developer / firm
2:56 – Strategic networking
4:09 – Get educated!
5:32 – Books and podcasts
6:09 – Blogs and YouTube channels
6:43 – Join a real estate mastermind
8:02 – Become a specialized generalist
9:48 – Find a mentor and partner
10:59 – Underwrite a deal a day
11:54 – Take the leap!

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Tyler Cauble is Founding Principal and President of The Cauble Group, an East Nashville-based commercial real estate brokerage serving the Greater Nashville Area. He’s a native Nashvillian that has not only been a witness to the city’s tremendous growth, but is also involved in it through his developments, renovation projects, and volunteer work.

As President of The Cauble Group, Tyler helps bring together buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in retail, office, industrial, and multi-family real estate. He’s committed to helping business owners understand the market so that they can grow their business and be part of Nashville’s future. Cauble is also the best-selling author of Open For Business: The Insider’s Guide to Leasing Commercial Real Estate.

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