How To Tackle Big Developments with Andrew Bodnar

Andrew Bodnar is back in another episode of Property Investory, this time to continue talking about his investing journey and strategies, particularly in regards to developments. We’ll be delving into how Bodnar got acquainted with the builder who would later become his developing partner and how he knew when to start tackling bigger developments.

Following this we’ll be talking about the numerous strategies Bodnar has when it comes to his properties particularly in regards to keeping a portfolio; the strategies that you need for co-ownership developments; and lastly the exit strategies Kingdom Developments use for development projects. Bodnar will also explain the mindset he has when it comes to success and remaining grateful and focused for everything he’s achieved so far. So join us in this episode of Property Investory as we continue the conversation with Andrew Bodnar to learn more about his life and property journey!

The richer you are the more you can give, and for me my on my end game was the reason I do this is that I want to be one of the biggest givers in the world. - Andrew Bodnar

Show Notes and Credits:

Thanks a million for checking out this episode! Below are the websites and other tidbits that were mentioned in today’s podcast with Andrew Bodnar. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below and I’ll respond right away.

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This episode was produced by Ashlyne Ocampo with narrations and interviews conducted by Tyrone Shum.

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