Creatively Adapting


uccessful people find stability in times of

Check out his most recent article from the Talking Loudly series on page 67, and learn how you can creatively make the market work for you. Then, be sure to watch his video on this

uncertainty. They find calm in the chaos and can create something out of nothing. The theme for this issue is Creative Investing and

now more than ever society is experiencing the need to create normalcy in anything-but- normal circumstances. The novel coronavirus pandemic has brought with it “social distancing,” “stay-at- home orders,” and declining markets. But real estate investors are resilient, and often humanity experiences our best results after our lowest moments. Our cover person, Ryan Pineda, found himself in uncertain times last year and it affected his business. But through creative deal-making and investing in himself, he adapted and rebounded better than ever. Read his story on page 22 and learn how discipline brings in deals. Also in this issue, real estate investor and lender Nate Trunfio tackles how to navigate investing hurdles like low inventory, rising construction costs, and higher competition.

topic and more posted on the Think Realty media platform. As always, Think Realty is here for you during these uncertain times, offering a voice of reason in everything real estate, and inspiring you to create your best investment opportunities ever. Perhaps you’ve seen our Voices of Reason video series on social media; have read our Perspectives article series on our home page; or have enrolled in our webinars covering topics designed to guide you through times of instability. Here to educate and inspire you now and into your real estate investing future, Think Realty envisions brighter times ahead if we can stay the course. Get creative. Adapt. Move forward. Because, as history has shown us, if we can get past the treacherous mountain, there is a prosperous valley on the other side. •

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