I am 28 years old and currently a senior associateIB working 60-65 hours a week on average. With this work from home situation and our current return plans (anticipate to be able to come to the office whenever but not required, ideally going to go Mon - Wed), I was thinking about investing in property in Brooklyn. I have seen cases of people generating cashflow on 3/4 unit multifamily properties and was wondering if anyone has done it while also working as many hours as most of the people on this forum do. Just want to see if it is feasible/good idea or does being a landlord detract from career progression.
Any and all thoughts welcome.