Lane Kawaoka

Member Since 2021

Lane Kawaoka



Lane is on a personal mission to help get middle class America out of the corrupt Wall Street roller coaster, after seeing his parents get screwed by the 401K & stock market promises. After personally investing in 5,000 rental properties, Lane is committed to sharing why this is a safer, higher return investment for everyday people.   He is the host of Simple Passive Cashflow Podcast, a top-50 Investing Podcast on iTunes and has guested on 200+ other podcasts. He works with beginning investors through the 5,500 member group, Hui Deal Pipeline Club. As a group, they’ve acquired over $600M in property assets using the techniques Lane shares with podcast audiences.    Here’s a copy of Lane’s media one-sheet which includes more details about him.   Is Lane someone you would be interested in having on your podcast? I’d love to connect you!   Interview cheatsheet:


  • Real Estate
  • Investor Relations
  • Investment Stategy


October 6th, 2021

16 successful entrepreneurs share advice they wish they'd been given when starting their companies

No entrepreneur starts their business journey knowing everything, so it helps to have some hints from those who have walked the path before them.

October 1st, 2021

Three ways to be a successful real estate investor

How to get started in real estate investing.

September 29th, 2021

14 effective ways to use livestreaming to build a community around your brand

The growing popularity of livestreamed video content can give businesses a great new way to connect with customers.

September 22nd, 2021

16 low-cost ways to recognize and reward your startup team

Even if you're self-funded, you can still find meaningful and cost-effective ways to recognize and reward your team's hard work.


We purchase apartment communities and improve the living conditions for tenants. As a result we are able to bring about strong returns for our investors looking to venture out of mainstream Wall-Street investment options.


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