Episode 61:

Sid Hameed has migrated to the US in October 1977 with his family due to the ongoing war between India and Pakistan in the ‘60s. He grew up in a travel area and used to go underground during the war.

He worked at a young age about 10-12 years old at the moment of arriving in the US. He delivered thousands of papers every single day and recruited about 15-20 kids to help him deliver these papers in the afternoon after school. These kids helped him collect money so they can get it done a lot faster. A true entrepreneurial spirit.

Back in 1989, he started a residential construction and initially worked as a labor and learned a lot of other construction skills until forming his own solid team.

He was also a Home Inspector for 22 years Washington DC – MD and owned and operated Real Estate Brokerage for 15 years Washington DC and MD. He has educated and trained thousands of people for over 20 years. He learned a lot by taking actions and has proven it through real-life experiences.

What You Will Learn:

  • Sid’s most recent massive building construction experience through government programs.
  • Why government programs are profitable for mid and low tiered income residents.
  • How Sid’s partnership with different government districts can bring good deals.
  • How Sid directly contacts property or building owners to make good deals.
  • How a long term financing looks like on building investments.
  • Why Sid could sometimes join investors to participate with his projects.
  • Understanding land zoning when dealing with a project on how improvements can be made into it.
  • How to find out what zoning is for each county properties.
  • Sid’s strategy on buying the next property after finishing the current project.
  • Key to success in the investment business that Sid applies.
  • What takes place after buying 1st position notes.
  • How to find the best Investor-friendly agent who knows how to manage project rehabilitation, construction, and outsale.
  • Sid shares how someone can participate in one of his projects.

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