Fri, 26 November 2021
During the 2008 recession, David Kislin’s bank that handled his construction loan filed for bankruptcy. Fearful for the future, his partners backed out of the project, causing David to lose half of his equity on the deal, totaling around $6 million. From lessons learned on relying too much on investors to the time saved on more granular deals, today David shares why he believes smaller deals can be smarter deals.
David Kislin Real Estate Background
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