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David Campbell

David Campbell

David Campbell, Real Estate Investment Strategist

As a real estate developer, investor, syndicator, and broker, Mr. Campbell has been a principal or key advisor to over $800 million of real estate transactions including apartments, office, retail, hospitality, winery, condo-conversion, and production home building. David's companies have held real estate interests in California, Texas, North Carolina, Delaware, Canada, Mexico, and Belize.

Believing that properties do not have problems, people do, David takes a people first approach towards finding creative solutions for properties and the people who own them. David's solutions-oriented, entrepreneurial spirit is best characterized as pragmatic enthusiasm. He is skilled in communicating complex financial matters in simple yet meaningfully direct ways. David has a gift for finding creative financial solutions.

Starting with an assessment of an investor's asset's / company's strengths, David finds ways to leverage those strengths to maximize profitwhile minimizing investment risk. David has extensive experience creating private placement syndications, investment partnerships, and providing investor relations services. As a real estatesyndicator, David has raised and/or managed over $30M of private equity invested into real estate development projects.

David has served on the advisory board for numerous companies and government agencies. David served as the elected treasurer for the Central Business District Property Based Improvement District - a taxing authority for the City of Vallejo (CA). Current and past consulting clients include real estate development companies and hedge funds with projects in excess of ten billion dollars, manufacturing companies with production and distribution facilities in United States and Mexico, Silicon Valley software companies, and a prominent Napa Valley winery.

David obtained a real estate brokerage license in 2005 and is a former member of the National Association of Realtors. David is currently the principal officer of Fourth Dimension Real Estate, Inc.; an asset management and private equity firm that assists private and institutional investors place capital into high quality real estate acquisitions and development projects.

David is a graduate (cum laude) of Chapman University where he attended as a Presidential Scholar and studied organizational leadership with renowned economist and university president Dr. James Doti. David performed graduate studies at California State University Fullerton (CSUF) and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) 

David has been interviewed and featured in numerous publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, the Vallejo Times-Herald, the Vacaville Sun, the Merit Times, and the San Antonio Business Journal. David is a frequent a keynote speaker at real estate investing clubs and investment seminars in California and Texas. Mr. Campbell has been an invited guest on the Jason Hartman Real Wealth Podcast www.jasonhartman.com/radioshows) and is a regular contributor to The Real Estate Guys Radio show - the number one most downloaded real estate show on iTunes (www.realestateguysradio.com).

David is formerly a member of the teaching faculty of California State University Fullerton, Santa Ana College, Azusa Pacific University, and has taught on the eight day Investor Summit at Sea with Rich Dad Advisors Ken McElroy (author of ABCs of Real Estate Investing) and Wayne Palmer (Real Book of Real Estate).Mr. Campbell's free ebooks, "Hassle-free Cashflow Investing" and "Hassle-free Cashflow Lending," as well as his popular real estate investing blog can be found at www.HasslefreeCashflowInvesting.com

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Contact Information

David Campbell
Real Estate Investment Strategist
Hassle-free Cashflow Investing
P: (866) 931-9149
david@HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com

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