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Craig Haskell

Craig Haskell

Craig Haskell is author of, The Inside Game to Real Estate Value Investing, Syndication Wealth and How to Take an Apartment from Money Pit to Money Maker. Craig is founder of Value Hound Academy, a leading training and coaching platform for new and experienced real estate professionals eager to seek inspiration and education on syndication to capitalize on today's real estate market.  

Craig's understanding of real estate syndication and value investing is reinventing the way value investors do business to achieve high risk adjusted returns. As an inspiring leader and in-demand speaker, trainer and coach, Craig has helped thousands of investors and organizations around the world to become more successful value real estate investors.

The key to Craig's success is a laser focus approach to value investing and raising money for deals by creating a unique investment strategy and pitch book prior to finding a deal. By doing this you will have a better understanding of the property your looking for and create more chances of success in getting your deal closed. 

Craig has devoted over 25 years to value real estate investing, and has owned and managed 7,200 units and 2.8 million square feet of commercial space and provided advisory services on over $2 billion in value. Craig is also author of How to Take an Apartment Building from Money Pit to Money Maker, Secrets of Successful Apartment Buildings and A Guide to Creating Successful Apartment Advertisements.

As the creator of the Value Hound Blueprint, a value investing system for real estate investors, Craig is the nation's leading expert on the subjects of syndication and real estate value investing.

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