People like Jude Bernard don’t talk publicly too often. The real estate mogul turned a student loan check 23 years ago, into over $40 million in real estate today, by owning 13 brownstones in Harlem and Brooklyn and a commercial property called The Brooklyn Bank (a nonprofit financial institution that he owns and operates). Coming from New York City, Jude was one of the few people from the neighborhood that purchased undervalued properties before gentrification took place on a massive scale in the city.
Because of his early investments and patience, his property values have skyrocketed over the past 15 years. In Episode 114 , Jude talks about his investment strategy, he tells the story of his rise to prominence during the age of gentrification, we also discussed the benefits of home equity lines of credit, single room occupancy housing better known as SRO and more
Check out his episode on the Earn Your Leisure now!