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Northeastern grads now making multimillion-dollar real estate acquisitions after starting company at dining hall

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As Northeastern undergraduates, Eric Doroski and Nitzan Mokady decided at a table in the dining hall at International Village on the Boston campus that they wanted to develop a way to make money while attending classes.

They ventured into the stock market, but after a little experimentation, they concluded “that wasn’t sustainable.” 

Then, in early 2018, in the middle of their college studies, they decided to pool their money and invest in real estate.

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