If you've looked at investments, you might have seen an IRR calculation given. It's a percentage such as 12% or 9%. The IRR is commonly thought of as your annualized compounded return based on your initial investment.
We were super excited to have Ben Leybovich as our speaker - not only is he a prolific blogger on BiggerPockets, but he's also the creator of Cash Flow Freedom University at JustAskBenWhy. Ben's done some extraordinary things in real estate including purchasing a 10 unit building worth $373,500 that he purchased for $5,300.