Seth Bradley helps attorneys and other high-income earning individuals achieve their financial goals by diversifying their investment portfolios through intelligent, alternative investments in exceptional commercial real estate projects.

His passion is educating others on how to passively invest in commercial real estate so that they can quickly scale and enjoy truly passive cash flow while retaining the freedom to focus on their own businesses and careers.

He is deeply involved in the real estate industry and intimately in tune with the market, having a comprehensive perspective as a real estate investor, attorney, and broker. His law practice is focused on real estate financing, leasing, acquisitions, and dispositions, as well as asset protection, entity formation, and capital raising.

 

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Make Money While You Sleep with Seth Bradley

 

Brett:

I’m excited about our next guest. He’s at a V group, I think one of the greatest cities in the world San Diego, California, and he’s a Real Estate Entrepreneur and expert at Creating Passive Income while working as a highly paid professional. He’s close to billions of dollars in Real Estate transactions as a Real Estate Attorney investor in the Broker. He’s the managing partner of Law Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on multifamily and opportunistic real estate acquisitions. He’s a former big law attorney and is now the managing partner of his own firm Bradley Law Limited, and he is here to share so much with us. Please welcome the show with me, Seth Bradley. Hey, Seth, how are you doing?

Seth:

Doing great Brett. Thanks so much for having me on today.

Brett:

Absolutely excited to get to know you a little bit more and hear about your story. So let’s start right there. Tell us a little bit more about your story and your current focus.

Seth:

Yeah, absolutely, man. Well, it took me a long time to figure this game out. I grew up in a blue-collar family in West Virginia. So, we didn’t have a lot of real estate or entrepreneurship or business type of focus growing up. So I always thought what’s the best job I can get. And to me, that was becoming a doctor. So I started going to med school, went down that pathway, I realized pretty quickly that that wasn’t for me. I still had that two mindsets still had that, work, work, work mindset. And the next best job, I thought it was, you should become a lawyer. So that’s what I did. So I went to law school after that did pretty well there ended up getting a big law firm job right out of law school. And I don’t dislike practicing law, I actually enjoy the work because it is real estate related. And I love real estate, all things real estate. But what I did hate was just kind of getting caught up in that, office atmosphere, the office politics, kind of having to do all the, 20,000 bosses and billing 2200 hours a year. And I quickly figured out that there’s a different game, and that’s called entrepreneurship, that’s called investing. That’s called making money while you sleep. And we can get into that a little bit later. Fast forward a little bit. My private equity company, Law Capital Partners, invests in private commercial real estate, sometimes we bring on passive investors into a deal, sometimes we just partner and JV with a couple of people and take down the deals ourselves. But we’re full steam ahead.

Brett:

Amazing love that part, our traditional sometimes families, my family was my grandmother growing up, she kind of paved the way for the next generation to go to college, and then my brother and I were the first ones, to graduate college on both sides of the family. And so that created the new opportunity to go get a higher paying, let’s say job in my world was, was more like working as a broker and then worked, and kind of, and then moving into my own entrepreneurial journey there. So love that. So we’ll dive into more of that here in a minute. And, and I love the idea of talking about making money while you sleep. Because I think that’s the foundation of being able to get some freedom. But before we go there, Seth, I want to take one other step back to help our listeners to even get to know even a little bit more, and to find out a little bit more about your gifts to see if it might be a connection for them for you to help them and, and it goes to this, maybe it’s your high school days. Maybe it’s the university days, I don’t know, maybe it’s a young time when you’re back, and you’re growing up. And maybe someone’s mu, someone’s telling you what kind of gifts and talents you might have. I believe we’ve been given certain gifts. Some people call these strengths or superpowers, I believe their God-given gifts, and they’ve given us to be a blessing to others. So I’m curious, maybe one of those one or two gifts that you believe you were given? And how does that help you help and bless people today?

Seth:

I would say it’s taking a complicated topic and boiling it down into kind of just the nuts and bolts step by step, here’s what you need to do. Rather than getting caught up in this huge big picture thing that might, you might not be able to wrap your head around. And I’ve kind of honed that in as well being an attorney because, obviously legal documentation, legal regulations, things like that are very complicated. They’re in a totally different language. And then when you need to explain those things to a client, dropping that legal ease on them doesn’t get you anywhere. You need to explain it in a way that everyone can comprehend and understand.

Brett:

Excellent and it was that something you were doing at a young age like where you found like those connections where people were coming to you for me with math problems, maybe it was something else some kind of complex thing. The guy who could do all the orders that a Rubik’s Cube, you can put that way. What do you think that comes from?

Seth:

I think it’s from my parents because they’re both great school teachers, my dad ended up having to go to the coal mines and make some more money. But they’re both teachers by trade.

Brett:

I love that. Cool. Well, let’s dive right into making money while you sleep. Here I get where Seth Bradley by the way can learn more about Seth Bradley at passiveincomeattorney.com, its passive income attorney calm. So Seth, what’s the number one secret for you, and or your partner’s friend’s family to make money while you sleep?

Seth:

It’s saving that money to invest rather than saving that money just to save. I think a lot of people think that I’ve got all this money in my bank account, especially highly paid professionals, doctors, lawyers, people like that they make a lot of money. And maybe they save a lot of money, hopefully. But most of the time, they just spend a lot of money. And it comes down to taking that money that you earned from your active income and turning that into passive income making that money work for you. Now, a lot of people traditionally do that through just investing in their 401K, or stocks, bonds, mutual funds, that sort of thing. Because that’s really all we know, growing up with my generation and generations before, that’s all they tell you to do just nine to five to 65, plug this money into your 401K. And you’ll be fine. And that’s great to do. But if you ever want to escape that job, if you don’t absolutely love your job, or if you don’t, if you want to step away and spend more time on vacation, or traveling or with your family and friends, doing the things that you want to do with the people you want to do them with, you’ve got to figure out another way other than that 401k in that retirement plan to start making your money work for you. And for me, it’s been a couple of different things, mainly real estate, obviously a bunch of different facets. I’ve done fixing flips to buy and hold residential, all the way up to 300 Plus, multifamily syndications. But also, for me, as well, you can also start a side hustle, you can start a different business outside of your main, income generator, but you need to find ways to generate multiple streams of income.

Brett:

Perfect, that’s great. I love that set. Step one is to save money to invest not saving just to save. Changing the mindset there. And then second, making money works for you. So versus going from nine to five to 65. Getting the money to work in let’s say things like real estate. Or something that you could be you could be growing wealth on a larger scale. Is that a fair summary so far?

Seth:

Yyou’ve got it. Excellent.

Brett:

Step number two. So step one, you figured out that that is the way to build wealth? What is step number two, to make sure your money is working for you a while easily?

Seth:

You have a lot of options. Once you kind of get over that educational hump that, hey, I want to invest in real estate or start a side business or anything outside of my active income generator. Once you’ve gotten over that mindset hump, and you’re like, okay, I’m ready, let’s do it, then I think you really need to examine how much time you have. Because that’s going to be the biggest determining. Determining factor as to what you can do. And what you can handle for a lot of the folks that I speak to their big law firm attorneys, they’re doctors with a full-time practice, they don’t have a lot of time time is their most precious commodity is all of our most precious commodities. But for them, they don’t have time to do fixes and flips. I tried that while I was working, you don’t have time to do something that that it’s that hands-on, you have to be there, managing the contractor, making sure you’re not getting screwed all this different stuff. Being an active real estate investor, as opposed to letting’s say, a passive real estate investor. It all comes down to time Sure, you can make some better returns as an active investor. But you also have to get one over the big educational hump and get the experience and the expertise. And two, you have to have more time.

Brett:

I think that’s absolutely right. Time is the one thing we can’t get back. And so one commodity that’s ever going away for us. So calculating how much time like maybe do some time tracking and or just looking at, do I even have the capacity to go into real estate by myself or this next business venture by myself, which might lead in to maybe Step three, which is perhaps finding partners or finding trusted people to work with? Is that a fair summary so far?

Seth:

Yes, absolutely. That would be the next step. Once you kind of figure out what pathway is best for you. Once you determine how much time you have, then go down that pathway as to whatever investment it might be, if it’s, let’s start with the active side, if you do have some flexibility, some freedom with your time already, I always like to use the example of real estate agents, real estate brokers, they have a lot more flexibility with their time. sure they’re busy, but they have flexibility with the time so maybe they have the time to invest actively, maybe they can run a deal. They already have some expertise in the industry. If you go down that pathway, then you can look at Do you want to get started with something small with residential properties, or do you want to just go straight to the big time and start going into small to big multifamily or, some other asset class, if you want to go down the passive route like you just mentioned, the most important thing by going down that route is, is networking, meeting sponsors or people that are running those deals that you trust and that have a track record to invest alongside with?

Brett:

Excellent so your background is legal and a broker. So the attorney and then investor brokers all can all three in one, which I think brings you unique advantage for your, for your, for your clients, and for your partners, right because you’re on you’ve worn every hat. And so talk about that, in back my background to commercial real estate, I’m still a broker for I started out at Marcus & Millichap multifamily value add and, and helping people buy and sell that. And then moving into this space of Deferred Sales Trust Capital Gains Tax Deferral. We talked about your transition and or maybe you’re still doing all three, from the smaller deals to Hey, I’m going to be on a syndicate and do bigger deals. Walk us through that and kind of where you’re at right now. 

Seth:

Yeah, so real estate investing-wise, I started out house hacking in a duplex listening to bigger pockets, just kind of that traditional real estate journey I think a lot of investors take mine wasn’t any different. The only difference was I was also working at a large law firm as a real estate attorney, a commercial real estate attorney. So I was exposed to massive deals and the people that were running those deals, and I think a lot of times people get started with residential real estate, and let’s just say a single-family house or a duplex or something like that. And it’s hard to get over that mental hurdle to say, Well, yeah, I can, I can wrap my head around a single-family rental, but I can’t buy a 200 plus unit complex apartment community. So but I was exposed to that at my work. So I saw the folks I saw the clients that were coming in, I was helping them close these deals, and they are just regular guys. They’re like you and me. Regular dudes, it’s not Donald Trump or somebody like that. It’s just regular people. And you’re like, alright I’m helping these guys close these deals, I’m seeing the inner workings of it, I can see that it’s possible. I need to get on that side of the table.

Brett:

Yeah, I think that’s big. Those who you surround yourself with what your five, the five people you spend the most time with. That’s who you end up becoming. And so if you’re around, and you can see it, and I remember a similar journey for myself, I’m going I was brand new in the business in 2006. And Marcus & Millichap, I’m looking around, I’m like, wow, these guys are closing these huge deals with, huge checks the most money I’ve ever seen in my life. And I’m like, wait, if they can do it, like, why can’t I do it? Like it may take me a little time to learn it. And but if I just keep improving and be coachable and learn and keep doing the things he told me to do, eventually I can get and I can achieve that. So I think that’s so powerful. He said that if when you’re around it, and you’re surrounding you’re seeing it, and of course, the belief that you can do it yourself, then why not? Now go and take that action. So tell us about that first, big either 100 unit 200 unit 300 unit where you really stepped up and you felt like I’m playing in the pros. What was that first deal? What was the biggest hurdle you had to overcome?

Seth:

Yeah, I mean, even though I was still around it, I was seeing these deals being closed from the legal perspective, it was still a massive mental hurdle to get over it. And being an analytical person, I tried to learn everything I could, I soaked it all up. I listened to podcasts, I read the books, I got a coach, I did all this stuff, but it was still kind of, I’m still stuck in that wt mindset like, well, maybe I should just put my head down and work harder, rather than smarter. And that first deal, was a big step for me. And I just had, I basically just said, Look, I’m a real estate attorney, I can help you out. I don’t want to be the real estate attorney on the deal. But what I can do is kind of oversee all of the real estate attorneys and the securities attorneys on the deal. I can oversee their work, I can put a second set of eyes on it, I can go through all the contracts and things like that the need and kind of act as an in-house counsel type of person, and at the same time raising capital for your deals. And that was kind of how I got my foot in the door for that first deal. And it was 250 units. So it was a large deal.

Brett:

That’s awesome. And then did you have to find a partner? Because then that’s the other part like because there’s the analytical brain. And then there’s the difference there’s a driver personality, analytical, amiable, expressive, different strengths, different things here. So you had to escape your w2 mindset, then you had to just take some action. But did you bring in any partners or walk us through how that helps you to get to the next level?

Seth:

Yeah, the big thing was networking and finding people that I wanted to work with, and I networked with other folks that were already in the space. They’re already syndicating multifamily deals. And I met one guy that I really liked, and we hit it off and we still talk. We still do some deals together. And he basically brought me in and said, Look, I’ll show you the ropes. What can you bring them he knew that I had the stuff to bring to the table from an investing background in legal background. So it really comes down to networking and again, surrounding yourself with those people that are already doing what you want to do. So they can kind of act as a mentor of sorts.

 

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Make Money While You Sleep: “I have always liked real estate; farmland, pasture land, timberland, and city property. I have had experience with all of them. I guess I just naturally like ‘the good Earth,’ the foundation of all our wealth.” – Jesse Jones

 

Brett:

In that first big 200 unit deal, the one that kind of a 300 unit one, are you? I’m curious, did you? Are you a GP? Did you do it with partners? Or what was your role in that? And how did you solidify that role to make it a win-win for everybody?

Seth:

GP came in as a GP. And like I said, raise capital act, an act as in House Counsel, help review all the contracts and the documents that came in the second set of eyes on everything and continued Investor Relations.

Brett:

Perfect. Love that. So that’s really exciting. Cuz I think then there’s the I said, there are ideas, there’s the knowledge, and there’s the action, and there’s the actual application. So what did you learn most about that first big one that you said, I wish I would have known like this? Or would have been? I would have done that? Is there any kind of like, little shifts that you would have made for somebody who’s looking to step up from the commercial real estate brokerage world? Or maybe the smaller single-family duplex world kind of thing? and going and going big on like a 200? unit?

Seth:

Yeah, I think the big thing is just starting to put things in as a system. And that’s what really any business, let’s start thinking about things in a systematic way as in, how can I repeat this on the next one, let me put these things down on paper, let me make lists, let me build out my CRM, and my marketing funnels and things like that. Now, it’s gonna be very time-consuming the first time you do it. But after that, those things are set, they’re in place. So just make sure that you, you keep lists and have a really good understanding of what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, even though it is a little bit of a whirlwind the first time so that it’s repeatable the next time and the next time and the next time.

Brett:

God, okay, so building systems, versus just buying real estate, like my other way to put it back. We’re not in the business of buying real estate or raising capital, we’re in the business of building systems and processes and putting those key players in place to make those systems work. Is that a fair summary?

Seth:

Yeah, absolutely.

Brett:

Awesome. You can learn more about Seth Bradley as a passiveincomeattorney.com. That’s passiveincomeattorney.com. So we’re going to shift into the capital gains tax realm. And I am curious, because if you’d have a unique background of being an investor, a broker, and also an attorney, so Seth, I’m curious, what’s the biggest frustration either your partner friends, or family face? When it comes to capital gains tax deferral options with a primary home? It could be investment real estate, cryptocurrency? What’s been the biggest challenge or frustration you found?

Seth:

Yeah, I mean, if we want to isolate it to the 1031, and I’m sure you’ve heard this before, being in the DST space, it’s just that that rigid timeline, you have to find the property within 45 days, and you have to close on that next property within 180 days. So that’s the big thing is just being forced to pick a property maybe you wouldn’t have been interested in otherwise,

Brett:

Do you have like a story behind that, or either yourself or like a friend or family or client, where you’re just like there I call it the 1031 shotgun wedding. Where they’re just running around to get engaged in 45 days and married 180 and maybe overpaying is anything that comes to mind, especially in San Diego, California. I mean, these cap rates are, are as low as they’ve ever been. It’s insane. So any stories that kind of come to mind, either, on the sell-side or the buy-side.

Seth:

I don’t have a specific story, but it’s really the same story every single time. And I even try to get on a personal level with my clients. And it’s always like, Man, what are you sure you want to buy this property? Like, I’m looking at it cuz I’m an investor myself? I’m like, are you sure you want to buy this? But they’re like, yeah, I have to buy it. Because I’m like, I’m up against the gun. I’ve got to take this thing down. And I’m like, you’re kind of right. And but you can look at some other options, too. But sometimes people just pull the trigger to just get it done.

Brett:

Unfortunately, they don’t know. And kind of like the point where he said, like, until I saw it, when I was in the deal, seeing the deals, talking to the regular people that were doing something that I hadn’t done before. It was hard for me, to know that I could do it. And then once and then once I took action on it, then then it starts to become second nature. We found the same thing is true with the Deferred Sales Trust. Most people have never done it, or know about it. So when they say can save a failed 1031 exchange, when they say can eliminate the need for the 1031 exchange. Like it’s such a big like mind-blowing concept that it takes them seeing people doing it. So we’ve collected with across all of the strategic alliances over the 25 years 1000s of closes billions under management. But still, people think it’s too good to be true cuz they’d never heard of it. So I’m just curious. Have you ever heard of a Deferred Sales Trust and if so, what what’s been kind of your overall take on if you’ve ever if you studied at all,

Seth:

So I have heard of it, but I can’t wait to have you on my podcast so I can have an expert on there to explain Because I haven’t gone into depth with it. I just know generalities and kind of how the structure works. I think the main concern that I’ve heard and you can refute This is are just kind of the costs the ongoing costs to manage that. And that’s really the main pushback that I have heard about.

Brett:

It’s a great way to look at it. So the ROI. And so most people look at the ROI on just kind of one level, like I’m deferring tax, and what’s the cost to do that, which is important, which is why we do have a $1 million minimum net proceeds and $1 million gain like if your deals not big enough, or have enough gain, that means the pains not big enough, therefore, the fees don’t make sense. So that’s the first thing we always start with the baseline there. But if we have that, we have found the second part of the ROI. Besides the tax deferral, which by the way can be somewhere between 30 and 50% of your gain. With depreciation recapture. Depending on what state you’re in, if Biden’s proposal does go through, or he’s pressed to the, from the 20 to 40, you can count that to be 50 to 70%. The ROI becomes more powerful on that capital gains front, the second one has to do with the ability to delay income. Like an IRA, for example, our 401k, if you put money there, it’s growing tax-deferred. And those investments are also growing tax-deferred until you start receiving income from that IRA.

So in the same sense, if you don’t have, let’s say, any depreciation left on your asset, and you’re doing a 1031 exchange, and you’re just receiving cash flow, guess what you’re having to get taxed on that. With a deferred sales trust, we can park the funds there. We can let the income compound and the interest compound and build in a tax-deferred state like we just did a deal in Alabama for 2.6 million, he sold a business, which by the way, doesn’t qualify for 1031. But it does for Deferred Sales Trust, he deferred all 600,000. But then he was able to go build 70 units, ground-up development multifamily, which is a powerful thing, all tax-deferred, but the income for a lot of that deal is going to flow back into the trust because he’s already a really high-income earner. So this is going to lower his overall tax bracket. So you might have to go back and rewind what I just said, to catch all of those little nuances. But essentially, it becomes like an income tax deferral ROI, a Capital Gains tax per ROI. Then the next one is the depreciation brand new depreciation schedule. He had zero depreciation on his business, of which he moved to the Deferred Sales Trust. Now with the trust, he is building a property that’s gonna be worth I don’t know, let’s call it five, 6 million bucks. That’s going to have a brand new depreciation schedule. Then I’ll leave you with one more than I even blow your mind. It has to do with the state tax.

We just did a deal in Colorado, and this client had a $25 million estate, they’re selling a $5 million property. Now all 25 million inside of their taxable state, most people aren’t looking at the 1031 exchange for an estate tax solution. They’re looking at a Capital Gains Tax Solution. But the big elephant in the room is this 40% debt tax. For them, they’re going oh, my gosh, these exemptions are running out they’re gonna do an expiring be cut in half. And they need to get stuff outside their taxable estate. So on the sale, not only do we defer the tax to further income tax, right for the Capital Gains Tax , but then we moved the funds outside the taxable estate, which saved 40%. So if you add all of these four things up, let’s just say, Do you see how it could become an investment rather than an expense? By the way, what is the expense? It’s about one and a half percent to set it up a one-time fee. And then about one and a half to 2% on an ongoing basis, depending on how, where the funds are invested. And so but if your gain is big enough, and if your savings on the estate tax, and on the income tax is big enough, do you see how it could be coming investment rather than an expense?

Seth:

Absolutely. I like the flexibility of it. Like you’re not constrained to those timelines A and B, you’re not constrained to the asset type. I mean, I think that you can invest in just about anything with that DST. It doesn’t have to be obvious like a kind of exchange or real estate or something like that.

Brett:

That’s a great point. You get the liquidity, the diversification, and you get that one thing that we’re talking about at the beginning of the show, which is your time back. The 1031 exchange is a tax deferral mechanism, see the deferred sales trust and that it does a great job of deferring capital gains tax on the sale of real estate property. But the deferred sales trust is like a timing mechanism. It’s kind of like a time machine. Because you can sell high and buy low and then you can diversify. You can put the money in the bank, you can put the money in hard money lending can put in ground-up development, you can put it into two real estate deals. And so when you do that on, and you give yourself chances to find deals not have to rush around. That’s what changed the game. In fact, in 2010, or 2006, a gentleman sold an asset for 20 million moved into the deferred sales trust. Five years later, that same asset was foreclosed on, and he reallocated the funds into the Deferred Sales Trust and bought this asset at 60 cents on the dollar. Which is really powerful. Because he’s sold high and bought low, which is what our parents taught us to do, not sell high and buy something that we really don’t want to buy, because the cap rates are too low. It’s not making sense in the 1031 exchange and anyways, you can learn more about all of this at capitalgainstaxsolutions.com that’s capitalgainstaxsolutions.com That being said, we’re running out of time. Are you ready for the lightning round?

Seth:

Yeah, let’s do it. All right.

Brett:

Seth, knowing what now if you can go back to your 25-year-old self what’s the one Golden Nugget Make sure to tell yourself to do.

Seth:

Get a coach get a mentor to get someone who’s already doing what you want to do? I was always do put my head down do it myself figured out myself type of guy. But that inhibits you quite a bit. You need to find somebody that’s doing what you want to do. And either a mimic them be hired them or see if they’ll just take you under the wing for free.

 

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Brett:

The other two are good. Second question, what’s the number one book you’ve recommended or gift at the most in the past year?

Seth:

I’ve been recommending Miracle Equation. So there’s everybody knows about the Miracle Morning Miracle Equation, it’s a little bit more fluff to the miracle equation. But man, I love it, man. I mean, it comes down to one statement is unwavering faith plus extraordinary effort equals miracles, or basically production or dreams coming true. And I love that book from a motivational standpoint.

 

 

Brett:

Miracle Equation. Is that also Hal Elrod?

Seth:

Yeah, it is.

Brett:

Okay, cool. Check that out. Amazing. Next question. What do you most curious about right now?

Seth:

Lately, I’ve been got involved in syndications. And you kind of see these 357 years, basically, they’re big flips. And that’s kind of my introduction to it. That’s where I started raising capital for and started running deals. But I’ve been more interested lately, in kind of the long-term approach, like let’s look at this property, as in sure we’re going to refinance at once the value add is done, and give you your capital back. But we’re not going to promise you that we’re going to sell it in year three, year five, or seven, we want to hold this property long term and just keep improving the value refinance and getting your capital back giving you a long term lifetime cash flow, which is why we all got into the game, to begin with, rather than looking at it like basically a big flip.

Brett:

Yeah, I agree with you. I agree with you. I found that if you can own long enough, and refinance smart, not take on too much debt at the right time. And by smart. You can I mean, let’s say close to never lose the investment, real estate. That’s, especially if it’s 100 units, or more multifamily, and in a good location. Last or second last question is this, after all, your success and helping a lot of people, and doing everything you’re doing? How do you stay centered in your values? And how do you stay encouraged to charge forward to reach for new heights?

Seth:

I mean, there are many different things that kind of keep me centered and grounded, and on track. I mean, I love to work out going to the gym every single day, just about every single day, spend time relaxing with my wife and family, meditating, things like that. But I think the key thing that people need to do, and I try to do it every single day, is just take a few minutes of silence. And that could be wrapped up in some of the things I just said, whether you’re meditating or praying or even at the gym, with your headphones on and just kicking it, just take some time to let your mind relax, and think about what’s really important in your life. And think about the limited number of spins we have on this rock and really focus on why you’re doing what you’re doing. Because I think a lot of us as entrepreneurs and busy professionals, really just get caught up in more and more and more like, what can I do more? What can I do? What can I do? How can I fill up my day? Sometimes you need to take a step back and think about why you’re doing what you’re doing. And if that’s enough, doing more and more and more doesn’t get you there, but you need to rewind and think about a little bit more.

Brett:

Amazing, a great way to end the show in sets. For our listeners who want to get in touch with you. Could you remind them one more time? What’s the best place for them to find you, Sir?

Seth:

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Brett:

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About Seth Bradley

Make Money While You Sleep with Seth Bradley

Seth Bradley helps attorneys and other high-income earning individuals achieve their financial goals by diversifying their investment portfolios through intelligent, alternative investments in exceptional commercial real estate projects.

His passion is educating others on how to passively invest in commercial real estate so that they can quickly scale and enjoy truly passive cash flow while retaining the freedom to focus on their own businesses and careers.

He is deeply involved in the real estate industry and intimately in tune with the market, having a comprehensive perspective as a real estate investor, attorney, and broker. His law practice is focused on real estate financing, leasing, acquisitions, and dispositions, as well as asset protection, entity formation, and capital raising.

 

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