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In this week’s episode, I bring on my dear friend Martin Saenz. Martin is the founder and CEO of a $50M real estate income fund known as Bequest Fund. Join Martin and me where we discuss how he made millions in the mortgage space, and how you can too. You don’t want to miss it.
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[MY GUEST]: Martin Saenz is a Managing Partner of Bequest Funds, which is a 50MM 506(c) Reg. D Income Fund that pays an annual return of 9% to its investors monthly. Before founding Bequest Funds in 2019, Mr. Saenz was purchasing various commercial real estate properties in the DC area since 2009. In 2013, he launched a private fund in the mortgage note space which currently manages 42 million assets under management (AUM).
Over the years, he has written five books, three of which are geared toward real estate investing strategies. His experience in acquisition, due diligence and asset management has familiarized him with all aspects of the real estate market. Mr. Saenz is considered a thought leader in the real estate, mortgage note, and passive income industry.
Martin holds a BA degree in Philosophy from U.T. — San Antonio, an MBA from Drexel University, and a M.S. in Project Management from George Washington University.
[THE HOST]: Ryan is a Venture Capital & Angel investor in technology and energy. He achieved placement growth of 5200% ROI in his first 5 years in the industry. His Podcast, “Making Billions”, was recently ranked in the top 20 Venture Capital Podcasts on the Planet! Previously he served as a Chief Financial Officer for a National, award-winning InsurTech company, which he grew 50% year-over-year. Managed and mentored 250 professionals while serving in this role. Additionally, he has mentored over 500 emerging fund man
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