What Are High Net Worth Families’ Approach to Investing? w/ Andrew S. Kane

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From this video... Andy Kane: My thought process is that, most people's decision-making in life, in part is impinged by how much money they have or how much they need to survive. And, you can go through Maslow's hierarchy of needs. But when you have enough money that your needs can be, all your reasonable needs can be satisfied, your approach to money is different. | For the ultimate guide to real estate crowdfunding and syndication, subscribe now to the FREE GowerCrowd newsletter: https://bit.ly/3jRnlTv | Visit the GowerCrowd website, the most complete source of free real estate syndication and investing resources and training available anywhere: https://bit.ly/2VMA7ea | Are you a real estate developer? Read the new book, SYNDICATE and learn how to find more investors so you can raise more money: https://bit.ly/3jRUM8r | Are you a real estate investor? Watch this free webcast and discover the Hidden Secrets to Success in Real Estate Investing: https://bit.ly/2VJMcAN


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