LWC 31: Niche Down and Get Creative with Agent and Investor Matt Davies

Matt Davies is a local San Diego native and graduate of Torrey Pines High School, he received his undergraduate degree from Cal State Fullerton in Jazz and Commercial Music Performance. Matt began his sales career in the medical device field. Matt’s background in music and medical device sales contribute to his unique approach and passion when it comes to the analysis and acquisition of under-utilized properties and uncovering overlooked opportunities in San Diego’s central neighborhoods. Matt specializes in the acquisition and assembly of urban infill development projects in North Park and surrounding areas. Matt is currently hyper-focused on uncovering opportunities in several of San Diego’s most favorable Opportunity Zone census tracts.

 

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“The higher the price, the smaller the buyer pool.” – Matt Davies // Life Worth Chasing Podcast // Tweet This!

 

“As a real estate professional, you can use depreciation to offset your tax liability from earning commission checks.” – Matt Davies // Life Worth Chasing Podcast // Tweet This!

 

“Life is about the ‘go-for-it’ moments.” – Matt Davies // Life Worth Chasing Podcast // Tweet This!

 

Takeaways and Key Topics:

 

  • Smaller AirBnB’s are better
  • Riches are in the Niches
  • Money comes, money goes
  • The higher the price, the smaller the buyer pool
  • The great thing about holding property long term is depreciation
  • As a real estate professional, you can use depreciation to offset your tax liability from earning commission cheques
  • Swap til you drop
  • Ensure your properties have multiple exit strategies
  • Life is about the ‘go for it’ moments
  • At some point, you’ve got to jump off the cliff

 

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