Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever

Daniel Wood became interested in real estate investing about 10 years ago in Sweden. His first deal left him in the hole of half of a million dollars. When everything that could go wrong did go wrong, he went bankrupt and decided to start a new company. Now, Momentum Property Education has a successful formula to help others understand the importance of Knowledge, Action, and People.

Daniel Wood Real Estate Background:
• Full-time property investor
• 10 years of experience
• Portfolio consists of residential properties, syndications, commercial properties, and a golf resort
• Based in Sweden but invests in the UK
• Say hi to him at: www.momentumgift.com
• Best Ever Book: The Snowball by Warren Buffett

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Matt is the principal at New Scotland capital. He has spent six years in real estate investments in commercial mortgages with over $2 billion in transactions. Matt was working for one of the leaders in investment management solutions for real estate back offices and syndicators. In 2019 and 2020, he spent most of his time launching his business, getting settled in his new market of Albany, New York, meeting people, and forming partnerships. Primarily, his business is multi-family investor. They have recently branched out into some other asset types but the bread and butter are multi-family syndications and joint ventures in the capital region of New York. Matt will be going into details about where he is right now at his business and getting started in finding and developing partnerships.

Matt Whitermore Real Estate Background: 

  • Full-time real estate investor and Principal at New Scotland Capital
  • Spent six years in real estate investments and commercial mortgage brokerage, with an estimated $2+ Billion in closed transactions including acquisitions, debt, and equity placements
  • Previous episode JF1918
  • Based in Philadelphia, PA
  • Say hi to him at https://www.newscotlanddev.com/

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Just represent yourself as a professional and if you keep that at the forefront of your mind and you treat them as if it's a listing and you just provide that level of service, then, you can't go wrong and it'll probably turn into more business with that seller down the road.” - Matt Whitermore

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Pili is a real estate syndicator and a coach. As a full-time mom herself, she is an advocate for moms in real estate, encouraging them and helping them go through the challenges of navigating the world of real estate investment.

Pili and her husband have over $75mil in their portfolio. They focus on acquisition of large multifamily assets, and lately they’ve been building a system in order to simplify parts of their business. In this interview, Pili shares her process of collecting and transferring data from Google Sheets to the new system she uses.

Pili Yarusi  Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time Mom, Real Estate Syndicator, Coach, and advocate for Mom’s in real estate
  • 7 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 10 buildings totaling 900 units
  • Based in Murfreesboro, TN
  • Say hi to her at: www.yarusiholdings.com 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Once you have the systems in place, it feels so good” - Pili Yarusi.

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Aaron’s first experience with real estate happened when he was only 5 years old. Finding treasures in the properties that his father purchased was the coolest thing.

Over the years, he tried a lot of different things until getting back into the real estate business. However, now he approaches it from the tech angle, using data to make the investing experience better for everybody. He also teaches real estate, data, and research to other real estate investors, helping many people use the data to better their businesses.

 

Aaron Norris  Real Estate Background:

  • VP of market insights for PropertyRadar
  • Started in real estate at 5 years old fixing houses with his fathers flipping business
  • He is currently building his 12th build to rent property and has 20 years of experience in private construction notes 
  • Based in Los Angeles, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.propertyradar.com 

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“I found that there are typically opportunities in any market; the question is how to structure the deal” - Aaron Norris.

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Today Theo and Travis share the three different types of commercial real estate funds that you could possibly invest in today instead of focusing on apartment syndication deals.

We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares a list of some of the reasons why some people may not want to invest in apartment syndication real estate and how you can potentially counteract the reasons when you're pitching your idea to other investors.

To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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Anthony Faso is a self-proclaimed recovering CPA who transitioned his financing firm towards infinity banking when the global financial crisis happened on 2008. Cameron Christiansen was a small business owner whose life was changed after reading a book by Nelson Nash. Together, they help clients utilize an infinite banking strategy to secure cash-flowing assets and create a passive income. Initially, flipping raw land was something novel and rigorous to finances for them. Infinity banking is not just for you but also something you want to leave as a legacy for the next generations to come. Today, Anthony and Cameron discuss on how to leverage infinity banking to achieve your goals.

 

Anthony and Cameron Christiansen | Real Estate Background 

  • Full-time financial advising
  • 10 years experience in real estate
  • Cameron’s portfolio consists of raw land
  • Anthony’s portfolio consists of flipping raw land and rentals 
  • Based in Las Vegas, NV
  • Say hi to him at: www.infinitewealthconsultants.com/bestever 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Nobody's going to care more about your money than you.” –Anthony Faso

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Ketan Patel is a high-performance coach, capital raiser, and real estate investor who started as pharmacist. Thinking about finding another source of income instead of relying on a corporate job, he decided to buy single-family units but realized how it was not the way to achieve his goals—the idea of syndication and capital raising daunted him. Ketan never runs from challenges; not having money to problematic tenants, he decided to take things at his hands and formulated a strategy that would propel him to success. In this episode, Ketan discussed the compelling journey of an immigrant to a syndication extraordinaire.

 

Ketan Patel | Real Estate Background:

  • A high-performance coach and capital raiser
  • 8 years of real estate investing experience
  • Has raised over $10M for syndications 
  • Based in Boston, MA
  • Say hi to him at: www.ketanpatel.com 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“If the deal did not work out or something bad happened, it’s not the end of the world. Everyone will learn and be better next time.” –Ketan Patel

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Anton is a full-time real-estate investor who, with his wife, climbed their way to success. They built their 40-unit portfolio through their savings – no partners, no syndications, or creative financing. Anton started buying single-family properties then recently transitioned to multifamily properties in Kansas City, Missouri Market to scale their portfolio faster. He relies on fundamental indicators, economic population and job growth, in high-growth and depressed markets to decide which market he wanted to dip his toe into. In today's #SkillsetSunday episode, Anton dives into a discussion to dissect his thought processes to build a stable and robust portfolio – by utilizing property analysis.

 

Anton Ivanov Real Estate Background:

 

  • Entrepreneur, software engineer, and founder of DealCheck.io
  • 7 years of real estate investing experience
  • Portfolio consists of small multi-family and single-family rentals totaling to 40 units
  • Based in San Diego, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.dealcheck.io

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Being sensitive to your tenants is the way to maintain your relationship. You create a positive environment, you are on their side, and if something bad happens, you will work with them.” -- Anton Ivanov

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Eng Taing was born in Thailand in a refugee camp. Growing up, his background gave him a strong push to seek more and hustle in order to achieve success.

When Eng grew up, he started looking for ways to invest his money. He disliked the stock market for its volatility, and the crash of 2007 proved him right. So Eng put his money into a triplex which gave him a predictable and stable income. He scaled his business by becoming a limited partner in syndicates, and now he helps other investors do the same.

 

Eng Taing  Real Estate Background:

  • CEO and Founder of Touzi (Toe-Zee) Capital
  • Born in a refugee camp in Thailand
  • 12 years of investing experience
  • Touzi Capital portfolio consist of 625 units with $85M under management
  • Based in San Francisco, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.touzicapital.com 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“I gravitate towards those who are open to sharing and educating ” - Eng Taing.

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Dan started working in real estate right out of college. He put together the money he made doing odd jobs, invited two other investors, and purchased a property in Manhattan. He fixed the property, refinanced it, and made his money back within the next couple of years. Thanks to his networking skills, he learned a lot of insider information about refinancing and flipping, so he managed to make a hefty profit relatively quickly.

Twenty years later, Dan’s investments amount to $80 million, and he owns 850 units. He now mentors aspiring investors and helps them acquire wealth by investing wisely.

Dan Tokayer Real Estate Background:

  • Founder of Simplicity Capital 
  • 21+ years of real estate experience
  • Has acquired, operated, and invested in $80 million of commercial real estate across 850 units 
  • Based in New Jersey
  • Say hi to him at: www.simplicitycap.com 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“When the market is bad, that should be the best time to raise money because things are substantially cheaper” - Dan Tokayer.

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Today Theo and Travis share the differences between Accredited Investors and Qualified Purchasers. 

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We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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In today’s Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares with you part 2 of 2 on how you can automate your money-raising process to help you succeed in your syndication business.

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Listen to this episode to know more about these six strategies. To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening, and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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Bronson is the founder and CEO of Bronson equity. Bronson began investing in real estate 13 years ago, first developing a solid single-family portfolio before moving on to multifamily. He’s an expert dedicated to educating practitioners and business owners about how to gain financial independence by fully passive investing. Bronson is now the General Partner for 225 houses, and he is adamant about spreading the word about the advantages of passive investments in multifamily syndications. Bronson shares his first investment property story and how his mentor constantly pushed him to improve as an investor.

 

Bronson Hill Real Estate Background: 

  • Founder and CEO of Bronson Equity
  • 15 + years’ experience
  • Portfolios consist of 800 units as a GP, and over $60M of multifamily real estate
  • Based in Pasadena, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.bronsonequity.com  

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Best Ever Tweet:

“If you make yourself valuable to valuable people, you will find a place for yourself in any industry.” – Bronson Hill

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Bill Ham is a full-time real estate operator and syndicator who started as a corporate pilot. After discovering that the job was not as exciting as he thought, he learned how his friends made money for a month was the same as how much he made in a year as a pilot. He first sold a duplex, earned $300, and that was the start of his real estate journey. Out of a thousand units, his first 402 units were completed through “creative financing”, while the rest are through seller financing and master lease. In this episode, Bill dissected his experience and insights in real estate investing by utilizing these three forms of financing.

 

Bill Ham | Real Estate Background

  • Full-time real estate operator and syndicator
  • 15 years of experience
  • Portfolio consist of 1100 units
  • Based in Georgia 
  • Say hi to him at: www.creativeapartmentdeals.com  

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Best Ever Tweet:

“You should build, refresh, reset, and keep in touch with your network constantly.” –Bill Ham  

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For 10 years, Dan participated in many industries, landing him in the hospitality industry and Apartments.com. They layer a full online leasing platform that covers the entire transaction: find the place you want to live, apply, get screened, pay rent, and submit maintenance requests through the platform. In today’s episode, Dan will discuss the best practices to ensure the apartment rental business continues to succeed during uncertain times.

 

Dan Russotto Real Estate Background: 

  • Vice President of Product at Apartments.com
  • 25+ years of extensive startup & Fortune 500 experience
  • Based in Atlanta, GA
  • Say hi to him at www.apartments.com

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Best Ever Tweet:

“One of the big things we wanted to try to accomplish with this rental tool was to ease the chief complaints of our renters, which is not having to pay multiple times for our screening and only getting a soft credit check instead of a hard credit check.” - Dan Russotto

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In today’s episode, three experts tell us ways to raise more money from passive investors. Three people give us tips and secrets on how to raise more money. Set yourself up for success raising money via crowdfunding. We'll discuss the best practices to raise capital using a very unique approach on LinkedIn. You'll discover advice on how to best position yourself, your deal, the specific real estate niche you invest in, to your passive investors .

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Chris's advice on how to set ourselves up for success and maximize the amount of money we can raise via crowdfunding. He talks about doing the right research on the crowdfunding website to make sure it's a good fit.”

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Adrian was a police officer when he started investing in real estate. Originally, he wanted to subside his pension and create a stream of passive income. Half a decade later, he had his lending power leveraged to its full extent, and that’s when he started branching out. He started creating joint ventures and partnerships with other like-minded investors.

Now Adrian is a full-time realtor and investor with a portfolio consisting of 2 commercial and 54 residential properties. Thanks to his decade-long real estate experience, he managed to retire early from the police force, and he now focuses on creating joint ventures and attracting new capital.

 Adrian Pannozzo Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time realtor and investor
  • 10 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 54 properties totaling 210 units and 2 commercial properties
  • Based in Ontario, Canada
  • Say hi to him at:  www.investwithepc.com 

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Think abundance, first and foremost” - Adrian Pannozzo.

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Today Theo and Travis share 10 questions to ask before passively investing. 

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We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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In today’s Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares how you can automate your money-raising process to help you succeed in your syndication business.

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Listen to this episode to know more about these six strategies. To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening, and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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Andy Heller has been investing in real estate since the 1990s. His career started when he attended a seminar on how to purchase properties from a foreclosure list. However, that strategy was very taxing emotionally. So Andy and his partner modified their initial plan, opting to work with banks once the property has been foreclosed. And if they couldn’t find a buyer quickly enough, they offered a lease option. This strategy was much easier to execute. Moreover, it was scalable. Listen to the episode to learn how Andy Heller makes money flipping real estate in detail.

Andy Heller  Real Estate Background:

  • Owner of Regular Riches
  • 30+ years of real estate experience
  • Bought hundreds of properties
  • Based in San Francisco, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.regularriches.com 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“You can’t always assume you’re going to buy a property and flip it because a buyer may not walk in the door. You’ve got to have a backup” - Andy Heller.

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Coming from a family of medical professionals, Dr. Bender studied to be a dentist. Originally located in Baghdad, Iraq, his family had to move to Dubai, and that’s where he got introduced to the world of real estate.

After the 2008 market crash, Dr. Bender had to go back to dentistry to support his family. They moved to Canada, and then to Boston. In 2019, Dr. Bender got back into real estate by purchasing a 45-unit multifamily house in North Carolina. He’s now in the process of acquiring a 200-unit together with two other investors.

 

Dr. Bender  Real Estate Background:

  • CEO of American Dental Group with 5 dental offices, real es
  • tate investor, e-commerce, and day trading
  • 3 years investing in Abu Dhabi and 2 years in the USA Portfolio consisting of 45 units, in process of selling to buy a 200 unit asset before the end of 2020
  • Based in Boston, MA
  • Say hi to him on www.benderscapital.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Best Ever Syndication book

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Even if you do not have the money, you probably have friends who believe in you” - Dr. Bender.

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Stace is the owner of Trust Deep, a branding agency and evergreen North properties. Stacy has 20 years of investing experience and currently has four properties: a small apartment Building and syndication. Stace was involved in advertising in 20 years at the same time building a career in branding in advertising. Stace got interested in the real estate business when her mother started buying single family homes and renting them, Stace saw the profit potential and got interested in investing in the business as well. In today’s episode Stace will share how he started in the real estate business and how he faced the challenges along the way. 

 

Stace Caseria Real Estate Background:

  • Owner of Trust Deep, a branding agency and Evergreen North Properties
  • 20 years of investing experience
  • Currently has 4 properties, a small apartment building, & a syndication
  • Based in Boston, MA
  • Say hi to him at: www.trustdeepagency.com  

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Mindset matters. Change your mindset. Don't pursue solely transactional relationships.” – Stace Caseria

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Lars left a cushy corporate job to do real estate. One of the requirements of the job was having to travel a lot, and he couldn’t be a good husband and a dad doing that. In 2007, Lars got his real estate license, but he quickly realized that real estate wasn’t what he thought it was. He was hoping for flexibility and more free time with his family. Instead, he was facing the 70-hour workweeks again.

Since marketing and lead generation was his favorite part of the job, he started looking for ways to restructure his business to fit his interests and life goals.

 

Lars Hedenborg Real Estate Background:

  • Founder of Real Estate B-School; providing training and coaching to top producing agents and team leaders.
  • He went from working 70 hrs a week to one day a week through his trial-and-error development of a system driven-business
  • 13.5 years of real estate experience
  • Lars has helped facilitate 4,000+ home purchases since 2007
  • Based in Charlotte, NC
  • Say hi to him at: www.realestatebschool.com 

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Just cause you could hand-write an envelope and stick a stamp on something, doesn’t mean that it’s the best use of your time” - Lars Hedenborg.

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Lucas has been a real estate investor since January 2008. In 2017, he got into solar development.

Lucas got interested in green energy for several reasons. First, he uses it to increase the cash flow of the property. Being able to take advantage of the tax credit is also nice, and the accelerated depreciation plan is very beneficial as well. And while ROI varies depending on the area’s energy and labor costs, he believes that green energy can add value to the property and help real estate investors increase their cash flow.

Lucas Weismann  Real Estate Background: 

  • President of Blue Mustang Investments
  • 12 years of real estate investing experience
  • Portfolio consists of 4 single family rentals, & a 24-Unit Apartment 
  • Based in Denver, CO
  • Say hi to him at: www.w-consulting-group.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Miracle Morning

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Find a local mentor group” - Lucas Weismann.

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Today Theo and Travis share the difference between the Capital Stack and Waterfall methods. It has a lot to do with risks, due diligence, and just being comfortable in what you’re investing in. But both are very crucial in the active and passive investing perspective.

We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares his thoughts, insights, and analysis of the Yardi Matrix’s Bulletin for April 2021 about the markets that have fully recovered from the pandemic’s recession.

To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.

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Rachel is a former financial advisor, and now a real estate investor with a portfolio of 40 doors. At 27 years of age. Rachel quit her job and retired with $15,000 a month in passive income. Rachel is also the author of two books, “money honey”, “passive income, aggressive retirement”. Rachel is passionate about helping young women, millenials and Gen Z. She combined her sales skills with her passion with finance but then she realized that she wanted to invest in real estate to set a goal for early retirement. In today’s episode she will share with us her transition from being a financial advisor to her $15,000 a month in passive income investment, she will share to us the details on how she started her journey and her goals on the way.

 

Rachel Richards Real Estate Background:

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Being good at something doesn't mean that you enjoy something, and I did not enjoy sitting in an office cold calling people all day long..” – Rachel Richards

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Mark is a certified financial planner with over 10 years of experience assessing commercial real estate investors. Mark also helps real estate investors become their own source of financing. Mark dug deep into some strategies to become not just debt-free but correspondingly found a solution to build wealth, to help clients invest in real estate. Mark aims to create a more secure financial life by creating contracts to determine outcomes.

Mark Willis Real Estate Background:

  • Certified Financial planner and Bank on yourself professional
  • Assessing CREI’s for 13+ years
  • Helps CREIs become their own source of financing
  • Based in Chicago, IL
  • Say hi to him at: www.nyafinancialpodast.com  

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Know what you want your money doing for you, because if you don't do that, you'll end up chasing a lot of fancy, shiny objects. So ask yourself, sit down and make a little checklist..” – Mark Willis

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Kris is the Founder and CEO of ArdorSEO, an Award-Winning Digital Growth Agency that directs traffic to your website. Enamored by his ego with his early success in the tech industry, Kris got a wake-up call when the global financial crisis happened—he lost his job, went back to Australia, and assessed what else he wanted to do in his life. As a business expert and tech enthusiast, he had always been interested in the framework that builds the massive global network called the internet, and today, Kris breaks down the discovery he found on unlocking the secrets of website traffic—that changed his life forever.

 

Kris Reid Real Estate Background: 

  • Founder of Ardor SEO
  • Business Growth Expert
  • Developed a simple system to direct traffic to your website
  • Based in Brisbane, Australia
  • Summit coming soon: www.ardorseo.com/bestEver  
  • Say hi to him at: www.ardorseo.com  

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Google looks at the whole internet as a big internal web; they can’t trust what you are saying at face value. They have to look at what everyone else is saying and how your content reflects that.” – Kris Reid

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James shares a strategy to get in touch with sellers, to work directly with them, and get at a good price per door. Dylan explains where he buys his list, how he finds owner contact information, and how the conversation goes. Lastly, Cory goes into detail on the importance of creating the right marketing piece that addresses the owner’s pain point. He talks about tactics and provides a very unique twist on the direct mailer.

 

James Condasami Real Estate Background:

  • Found two at the time of the interview off-market, apartment opportunities, one, 45 units, another 174 units.

Dylan Borland Real Estate Background:

  • He does differently that allows him to generate more off-market apartment leads. 
  • Their firm does 106 and flips a year on the single-family side. 

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