Pivoting from the NFL has its challenges for most former players, especially after injury ends their careers prematurely. For this guest, he relied on his faith and tenacity to pursue a new calling and future.
Our guest Terrance Murphy shared his journey after being paralyzed from a devastating injury. Now, he has scaled over 30 companies and grew his real estate empire from residential real estate to commercial assets like multifamily and triple net lease strip centers.
Terrence was a 2nd Round NFL Draft Pick by the Green Bay Packers after graduating from Texas A&M University as a 3X Academic All-Big 12 Student-Athlete. Terrence has brokered $1.1B in sales volume over the past 10 years. He currently owns 20+ companies under the Terrence Murphy Companies brand.
Terrence is an investor in 30+ more companies as a venture capitalist. Investing in real estate is one of the things he is most passionate about, as he currently owns 400+ beds of residential real estate and commercial properties all over the United States. Terrence is a 2X winner of INC. 50000 award for America’s fastest growing private owned business and is also a 3X recipient of the Texas A&M Mays Business School – Aggie 100 for 100 fastest growing business in the world.
In this episode, we discussed…
- How he successfully transitioned into the world of real estate after being acutely paralyzed from his short NFL career
- Terrance’s advice on building ancillary companies from his main real estate businesses
- How he able to leverage cashflow from his businesses to scale in his real estate investments
- Why he loves investing in strip center triple “a” rated credit tenants like starbucks
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