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Vikram Brar and Princi Gill were led to multifamily investing, because they knew it was the road to financial freedom. Since then they’ve both quit their jobs and focus fully on Waahe Capital. Today, Vikram and Princi are talking about how they divide business roles, their #1 piece of advice for vertically integrating, and how they create the blueprint for their next buyer to be successful. 

 

Vikram Brar & Princi Gill Real Estate Background:

  • Vikram and Princi are Co-Founders of Waahe Capital 
  • Vikram leads acquisitions, investor relationships, and operations, while Princi focuses on true value creation through modern design, strategic sourcing, and cost-effective renovations
  • Portfolio consists of over 700 units and over $100M assets under the management, and just acquired 8th multifamily property
  • As a vertically-integrated organization, we are very actively involved with focuses including: Multifamily asset acquisition, property management (in-house), redevelopment (including in-house construction & design teams), and asset management
  • Based in San Francisco, CA
  • Say hi to him at: WaaheCapital.com
  • Best Ever Book: Rich Dad Poor Dad

 

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A 20 year friendship turned into a business partnership when Nick Earls and Eric DiNicola started building condos. They found an opportunity and converted office buildings into apartments. Nick and Eric are giving us the inside scoop on the top 3 qualities to look for in an office building, pros and cons of construction on existing buildings vs. new builds, and the one thing to look for in your location. 

 

Nick Earls and Eric DiNicola Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate developers and investors
  • Focused on multifamily as well as condominiums
  • Developed over $56 million of real estate with an additional $40 million in upcoming projects, most of which are luxury condominiums
  • Based in Boston, MA
  • Say hi to him at: https://winterspringcapital.com/

 

 

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Neil Bertrand has had experience in all classes of real estate, with assets in 9 states and 33 different markets. Today, Neil is discussing the challenges of developing large-scale, mixed use properties, why he believes the success of any deal relies on the underwriting, and how to get private equity groups to bite on a deal.

 

Neil Bertrand Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate investor, acquisitions specialist, and asset manager
  • Portfolio consists of 431 existing units, 2,184 units in development along with over 1M sq ft of retail/office under development, and new development projects breaking ground Q1 of 2022
  • REIT Group is modeled after institutional investment firms, working with private equity groups, family offices, and high net worth individuals
  • Based in Dallas, TX
  • Say hi to him at: www.reitgroupventures.com
  • Best Ever Book: Trammell Crow, Master Builder

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In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis is joined by Jeremy Roll to discuss the hands off investor lifestyle and what it’s like being a cash flow investor. They talk about why multifamily is one of the top asset classes to invest in over the next 10 years, the benefits of class B multifamily over class A, and the 3 factors of diversification you need in order to reduce your risk. 

 

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After buying 8 properties in small town Indiana and failing miserably, Mike Stohler didn’t touch real estate for 10 years. Today, Mike is sharing 3 tactical mistakes he made looking back, his #1 tip for starting something out of your comfort zone, and why he would prefer paying significantly more for a partner than hiring a property manager. 

 

Mike Stohler Real Estate Background:

  • Full time Managing Partner of Gateway Private Equity Group where they have owned or currently own multifamily, single family rentals, and hotels
  • Currently does hotel syndications and owns a virtual assistant company that specializes in helping people in real estate
  • Portfolio consists of over 1500 multifamily units owned or managed, around 20 single family properties, and 2 branded hotels
  • Based in Scottsdale, AZ
  • Say hi to him at: www.gatewaype.com

 

 

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After graduating with an engineering degree, Fernando Angelucci only lasted 1 year before he dove into the investing world. But, when his passive investments didn’t feel so passive anymore, he made the switch to a new asset class and drastically decreased his working hours. Today, Fernando is sharing his 3 criteria for buying self storage facilities, and his secret to get them cash flowing fast. 

 

Fernando Angelucci Real Estate Background: 

  • Full time self storage investor and syndicator
  • Invested $50M in self storage throughout the last 3 years, all before turning 30 years old
  • Based in Chicago, IL
  • Say hi to him at: ImpactSelfStorage.com & TitanWealthGroup.com

 

 

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Coming from the tech world, Yomesh Deliwala started his investing career by investing in townhomes. From humble beginnings, he grew his portfolio steadily over time. Today, Yomesh is sharing 5 key items that attracted him to his first syndication, the top 3 reasons he was able to raise rent on day 1, and how he’s able to offer his investors 25-30% returns. 

 

Yomesh Deliwala Real Estate Background:

  • Full time IT Executive aiming to go full time in real estate
  • owner, operator and syndicator, passively investing in 3 deals, Co-GP in 2 deals (336 units total), leap operator in 3 deals (419 units), multifamily (value add and ground up development), and 100,000 square foot storage (ground up development)
  • Based in Charlotte, NC
  • Say hi to him at: www.Exponential-equity.com
  • Best Ever Book: Measure What Matters

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With a start in construction, Joe Evangelisti now runs several self-sustaining self storage businesses. On today’s #SkillsetSunday, Joe is telling us how he created efficient and scalable business models, why he skipped multifamily and went straight to self storage, and why raising rents is much easier with self storage tenants than multifamily tenants.

 

Joe Evangelisti Real Estate Background:

  • CEO of 3 different companies. Legacy Developers (Self Storage Development), Mammoth Conversions (Digital Marketing), and Hero Home Buyers (Wholesale)
  • Has been investing in real estate for 15+ years, actively and passively
  • Focusing more on self storage development with multiple Class A facilities breaking ground within the next few months
  • Based in Haddonfield, NJ
  • Say hi to him at: elevatewithjoe.com 

 

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When Brian Adams went from $25M assets under management to $250M in 2 years, his biggest challenge was managing that growth. What fell through the cracks was his investor experience, and he ended up with some not-so-happy investors. Today, Brian is sharing his biggest mistake with his investor communication and his business model, what his investor journey looks like now, and what you should be doing today to scale efficiently. 

 

Brian Adams Real Estate Background:  

  • Full-time in commercial real estate
  • 11 years of experience 
  • Portfolio consist of 2.7M square feet; $400M gross asset value; 14 markets
  • Based in Nashville, TN
  • Say hi to him at: www.excelsiorgp.com 

 

 

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With a background in music producing, Rich Frierson decided to go into real estate when he saw the profits he was capable of earning. Now, he’s the go-to for many others in the music industry. Rich is discussing how he balances his relationships with lenders and owners alike, how he is able to buy these properties on short sales, and his expectations for what the multifamily market might bring in 2022. 

 

Richard Frierson Real Estate Background:

  • Full time career as a music publisher
  • Currently focused on multifamily units in the Bronx and Mt. Vernon areas of New York
  • Current properties acquired through short sales and negotiated for 65% of ARV
  • Developed a screening process to deliver consistently good tenants
  • Based in Washington, DC
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.10flipcommandments.com
  • Best Ever Book: Oversubscribed

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In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis discusses why it’s so important to find a CPA that specializes in what you do, implications of investing in the stock market vs. real estate, why he believes depreciation is the key to all tax deductions, and the benefits of being a real estate professional. 



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Travis Watts is joining us today to discuss inflation and how Covid has affected the market. Travis is talking about what might significantly impact real estate markets in the near future, how to mitigate fixed renewal rates for non-residential properties, and 3 ways real estate investors can make money in this climate. 

 

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Born and raised in Germany, Bastian Kneuse played professional basketball and worked in finance before pursuing multifamily properties. He now works a full time job, and still makes just as much time to work on his real estate career. Today, Bastian is talking about passively investing while also working on his own syndications, 4 steps to syndicating deals, and his innovative idea for adding value to his tenants as well as the community. 

 

Bastian Kneuse Real Estate Background:

  • W2 job in finance for a bank, but spends just as much, if not more, time on real estate
  • Currently passively invested in 3 multifamily deals in Houston, Phoenix, and Oklahoma equaling about 350 doors
  • Based in San Francisco, CA
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bkneuse/
  • Best Ever Book: The Hands-Off Investor

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Although Stony Stonebraker wasn’t able to invest in real estate until after retirement, he went all in and is now a GP. Today, Stony is talking about his experience finding partners and creating a solid team, his due diligence process, and his main hesitation when looking at different asset classes.

 

Stony Stonebraker Real Estate Background:

  • Started his career with NASA in the Apollo space program
  • Currently full time commercial real estate investor
  • Invested in over 1,000 multifamily units in Florida and Texas
  • Based in Miami, FL
  • Say hi to him at: PassivoREI.com
  • Best Ever Book: Passive Investing Made Simple

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Edna Keep started her real estate journey after transitioning from financial advising. Now she owns almost 800 doors and coaches others to change their mindset and take action. Today, Edna is talking about how she encourages new investors who think multifamily is overwhelming, what you need to know about your network, and the #1 thing holding people back. 

 

Edna Keep Real Estate Background:

  • We own 778 doors valued at $70 Million of Real Estate
  • Started with single-family homes to now primarily we buy multi-family and do some development projects with other people’s money
  • Based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Say hi to her at: www.ednakeep.com

 

 

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Growing up with a frugal upbringing, Travis Watts knew how to be careful with his money and live within his means. Now, he’s a full time passive investor and helps other busy professionals do the same. Today, Travis is sharing his best advice for investors that may not have the capital for big investments yet, resources for the new investor, and how he deals with skepticism in the industry. 

 

Travis Watts Real Estate Background:

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Jim Pfeifer spent most of his professional career as an educator before becoming a full time passive investor. Now, he helps educate others on how to do the same. Jim is sharing his 4-step sponsor screening process, today’s hottest asset class, and red flags you may not recognize at first glance. 

 

Jim Pfeifer Real Estate Background:

  • Full time, passive commercial investor 
  • Currently invested in over 60 passive investments
  • Founder of a Community that educates people about passive syndication investing and offers networking with other like minded people
  • Based in Columbus, OH
  • Say hi to him at: www.leftfieldinvestors.com
  • Best Ever Book: The Hands-Off Investor

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In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis discusses the differences between self-directed IRA investing and eQRP plans with Damion Lupo. They’re explaining why you may consider paying for this service instead of a “free” account with a major brokerage firm, and how they’re squashing skepticism on these new plans. 

 

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When Lennon Lee moved from Venezuela in 2010, he knew he wanted to search for passive investment opportunities to provide for his family. Today, Lennon is diving into the difference between being an LP vs. a GP in a deal, the role of the GP with investor communications, and the importance of capital raising through partnership building. 

 

Lennon Lee Real Estate Background: 

  • Invested his family’s life savings into real estate to build a solid future for his parents and siblings
  • Involved as both an LP and GP in the acquisition of over 2000 multifamily units, with an approximate market value of $200M
  • Based in Miami, FL
  • Say hi to him at: bldcapitalgroup.com

 

 

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After finding out about the high demand for industrial, single tenant net lease opportunities, Randy Blankstein decided to take advantage of that at the young age of 26. Now, 30 years later, he’s been continually active in this niche. Today, Randy is sharing his fundamental criteria for properties, common misconceptions of triple net leases, and what specific type of real estate to buy for best returns. 

 

Randy Blankstein Real Estate Background:

  • Senior commercial real estate executive with over 30 years of experience focused on advisory services in the single tenant net lease sector
  • Owner of commercial real estate investment brokerage firm
  • JV equity partner in 1 retail property, 1 flex property and 12 industrial properties
  • Based in Wilmette, IL
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.bouldergroup.com/

 

 

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Although Hendra Tambunan has been in real estate investing for 15 years, he officially made the switch into multifamily 2 years ago for higher income potential. Today, Hendra is talking about how he became a general partner in his first syndication, what value he brought to the table to earn that title, and why he’s looking to diversify his asset classes even further into commercial properties. Bonus: hear Ash’s top tips for anyone entering the commercial market. 

 

Hendra Tambunan Real Estate Background:

  • Full time Technology CRM Consultant
  • Syndicator, LP and owner in multifamily units and Short Term Rentals 
  • Has ownership interest over 1000 units of multifamily
  • Based in Hayward, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.ideaboxcapital.com
  • Best Ever Book: The Go Giver

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After buying his first property 20 years ago and working full time for a real estate investing firm, Dmitriy Fomichenko started Sense Financial to help people gain control of their retirement savings. Today, Dmitriy is telling us about the Solo 401K for small business owners, how his business dramatically shifted when he introduced them, and why he thinks they’re a no-brainer when compared to traditional retirement savings strategies. 

 

Dmitriy Fomichenko Real Estate Background:

  • Founder and president of Sense Financial, a boutique financial firm specializing in self-directed retirement accounts with checkbook control
  • Passive investor, owns interest in multiple MF & self-storage syndications, a private lender and is a licensed California Real Estate Broker. 
  • Based in Orange County, CA
  • Say hi to him at: SenseFinancial.com

 


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When Ryan Barone started college, he never knew how complicated the process would be to rent an apartment. This led him to creating an app for tenants to simplify the process for their renters. His college passion project eventually became RentRedi. Ryan is sharing why landlords love using this software, how it streamlines each step of the renting process, and added benefits it provides renters as well.

 

Ryan Barone Real Estate Background:

  • Co-Founder, CEO, and CTO of RentRedi – modern, end-to-end landlord software that streamlines self-management of rental properties to make financial freedom attainable for landlords and renting a truly amazing experience for tenants
  • Before launching RentRedi, he worked at Goldman Sachs and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
  • Based in New York, NY
  • Say hi to him at: https://rentredi.com/

 

 

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Former Project Manager, Derek Clifford, used his multifamily incomes to retire from his W2 position just this year. Keeping his life vision in mind, he’s currently working with his wife to acquire deals in Indianapolis. Derek is sharing with us his top 3 goals as a result of his investments, why he chose to focus on small multifamily in the Midwest, and his most creative approach to reaching investors. 

 

Derek Clifford  Real Estate Background:

  • Recent full time real estate investor
  • Converted all single families to apartments, and now does syndications and JV's in apartments
  • Currently controls around 100 units in JV's, and involved in 2 syndications as an LP (125 units + 42 units), and in another 2 syndications as a GP (44 units + 108 units)
  • Currently AirBNB nomading around the country
  • Say hi to him at: https://elevateequity.org
  • Best Ever Book: Raising Capital for Real Estate & Can’t Hurt Me

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In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis discusses the current housing and affordable rent shortage we’re currently experiencing in the US. We dive into the imbalance we’ve been seeing in the market and how the pandemic had an impact on that, the future of renting, and Travis’ best advice for property owners based on these trends. 

 

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When Blake Selby started his real estate journey as an investor, he tried a little bit of everything before eventually morphing into a private lender. But not before scaling to 80 units within 1.5 years, then turning that into 100 units free and clear. Blake is sharing with us how he scaled without always going through the bank, what he found was the most efficient way to grow his money, and his top 3 steps for qualifying investors. 

 

Blake Selby Real Estate Background:

  • Full time, active investor and private lender
  • Currently owns over 100 units free & clear, 2 million cash liquid, 7 figures in notes owned
  • Based in Davenport, Iowa
  • Say hi to him at: SelbyRentals.com
  • Best Ever Book: Shoe Dog

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With a background in medicine, Stephanie Betters struggled to decide between being a Nurse Practitioner or full time investor. So she decided, why not both? Her goal of owning 3 rentals/child turned into a booming real estate career that she never anticipated. Today, she’s sharing her tips for growing a team with an aligned vision, private vs. traditional financing, and her very detailed due diligence for choosing which syndications to be involved in.

 

Stephanie Betters Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate investor and part time nurse practitioner
  • First flip in 2007, and formed her Investment company in 2015
  • Passively involved as an LP and GP in several large multifamily assets
  • Flipped hundreds of homes, built near 100 new construction spec homes, and wholesales 200 homes/year
  • Based in Charlotte, NC
  • Say hi to her at: www.leftmainrei.co
  • Best Ever Book: Good to Great

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While investing in real estate, Michael Waters kept running into the same problem many other investors face as well - he was running out of cash quickly. That’s until he realized the huge pool of money sitting in the crypto world. Today, Michael is talking about how he’s bringing that money into the real world with some actual backing, legally funding with cryptocurrency, and how this method is leveling the real estate investing playing field. 

 

Michael Waters Real Estate Background:

  • CTO of Quest Crypto (The world's first Real Estate Backed Cryptocurrency) and also a Full Time Real Estate Investor
  • Co-Founder of 4RealEstateLeads and Co-Author of 4Real Estate Success
  • Currently working on deals consisting of small hotels, commercial shopping centers, large apartment complexes and medical tourism projects to name a few
  • Over 25 years of investing experience, with over 200 transactions
  • Based in Salt Lake City, UT
  • Say hi to him at: https://questcrypto.com/ 
  • Best Ever Book: No BS Guide to Marketing

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On today’s #SkillsetSunday, we’re talking to Brian Adams about reverse engineering your pitch in order to accelerate funding. Brian is discussing the 3 problems he’s focused on solving for investors, blindfold, commingled funds vs. syndications, and what you need to do before even making your pitch. 

 

Brian Adams Real Estate Background: 

  • Full-time in commercial real estate
  • 11 years of experience 
  • Portfolio consist of 2.7M Sq Ft; $400M gross asset value; 14 markets
  • Based in Nashville, TN
  • Say hi to him at: www.excelsiorgp.com 

 

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On today’s #SituationSaturday, we’re talking to Steeve Breton about how to make your transition from a W2 employee, to full-time in real estate, as smooth as possible. Steeve is sharing some action steps he took right out of the gate, what he took into account when he decided his timeline for leaving his W2 job, and how he juggled work, his side-hustle, and most importantly, family, to bring his vision to life. 

 

Steeve Breton  Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate investor
  • 10 years of real estate investing experience
  • Syndicated 1,300 units in 5 states
  • Based in Boston, MA
  • Say hi to him at: www.velocitycap.com 

 

 

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Australian native, Bryce Robertson, made a goal of traveling the world while passively making money in the meantime. That’s when he began his journey into entrepreneurship. Bryce is sharing how he became financially free in 2.5 years with mobile home parks, the future of mobile home parks, and 3 main evaluations to take into consideration to remain profitable in this asset class. 

 

Bryce Robertson Real Estate Background:

  • MHP Owner, operator, syndicator, educator. 
  • Self storage owners and managers. We manage all our properties through our property management company. 
  • Active investor with 8 years of experience
  • $20M AUM
  • Say hi to him at: PropertyWorkzUSA.com
  • Best Ever Book: Autobiography of a Yogi

 

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