Think Multifamily with Mark Kenney

Mark Kenney is a seasoned real estate investor, entrepreneur and founder of Think Multifamily. Mark started his real estate career over 20 years ago and has extensive experience in property valuation, acquisition, and operations. He has a passion for helping other succeed in the multifamily arena.
Mark is invested in over 1,200 units and has a top-notch reputation among the multifamily investment community for providing exceptional value to investors and the community while being easy to work with.
Mark is a 1993 graduate at Michigan State University, Accounting and is a CPA. Mark has also provided IT technical and business consulting for 20 years and is leveraging his vast IT experience to bring new creative technologies that will help others in the multifamily space. He has worked for large organizations such as KPMG Consulting, EDS, SAP, and HP; he founded Simplifying-IT in 2008 which provides IT services to fortune 500 companies.

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-CPA to Tech to W2 to Multifamily
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-Taking a leap of faith
-Buying from mom and pop self managers
-Not raising enough capital
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-Hiring good property managers
-Leveraging lender relationships
-Auditing property managers
-And much more!

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