Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode Founder and Host, Dave Knight is a full time Police Officer who outside the workplace has been able to grow a multi-million dollar rental income portfolio.

First Responders Wealth Network Podcast was created to help ALL First Responders become educated and exposed to the possibilities of real estate investing, the strategies used to grow your wealth, and to stop relying on your paycheque and pensions alone.

Top millionaire investors, industry leading professionals, and success stories from other First Responder investors throughout Canada and United States are showcased weekly to share their journey and lessons learned.

Dave’s mission is to help educate, inspire to take action, create a network, and change ALL first responders mindset on how they approach their financial future or retirement. #911WealthNetwork 

Oct 17, 2018

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Todays Podcast:

How can a full time Police Officer with over 26 years of service transition into Real Estate Investing full time? Listen to Adrian's investing journey from turn key rentals, to learning the BRRR strategy. Adrian quickly grew his portfolio large enough where he was able to retire 10 years early as Police Officer.




Here’s what was covered:


  • 01:50: He learned the process through networking with other people who are into the business and learning from their experiences and inputs. His continuous subscription to podcasts also helped him a lot during the learning phase.
  • 06:56  Adrian Pannozzo’s purchased his first property seven years ago.. He and his wife took out a home equity loan on their principal residence that accumulated in value. It was a definite good investment.
  • 13:09: He shared his early investment experiences where which people can learn from.
  • 21:21: At any point of the real estate venture, it is still best to work with other people, especially with capital, to be able to sustain and to survive the challenges. Adrian Pannozzo was able to work with a lot of professional who are also eager investors.
  • 35:26: “Do not discount the power of networking.”
  • 35:48: He is motivated to create a network of people who are willing to learn the trade and to create wealth especially within the first responder community.


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