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Travis Baucom is the President of Balcomie Capital, a private investment group that partners with high-net-worth individuals who seek tax-advantaged investments to build generational wealth while providing passive income. In this episode Travis talks about his investment journey from single family homes to self-storage facilities. He discusses why self-storage is getting all the buzz lately, his due diligence process for purchasing a new facility, and why he chose to move away from the multifamily asset class.

 

Travis Baucom | Real Estate Background

  • President of Balcomie Capital
  • Portfolio
    • 1,827 self-storage units
  • Based in: Waco, Texas
  • Say hi to him at: 
  • Best Ever Book: Margin of Safety by Seth Klarman
  • Greatest Lesson: Never give up. When things were super challenging in my life, I embraced the suck and learned from whatever I was going through.

 

 

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Passive Investor Tips is a weekly series hosted by full-time passive investor and Best Ever Show host, Travis Watts. In each bite-sized episode, Travis breaks down passive investor topics, simplifying the philosophy and mindset while providing tactical, valuable information on how to be a passive investor.

In this episode, Travis talks about the need for diversification in order to protect yourself from factors that are outside of your control. He offers three things to keep in mind about overcoming volatility with a constantly changing economy and shares why he thinks value-add multifamily is the holy grail of investing.

 

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Alex Kingman is a multifamily real estate investor and syndicator at KGI Capital. KGI Capital focuses on partnering with passive investors to invest in value-add and distressed apartment buildings in the midwest and southeast. In this episode, Alex talks about her move from single family to multifamily investments, why KGI decided to take their investments out of the state of California, and the details behind their most recent 72-unit multifamily deal.

Alex Kingman | Real Estate Background

  • Multifamily real estate investor and syndicator at KGI Capital
  • Portfolio
    • 5 properties with a total of 80 residential units
  • Based in: San Francisco Bay Area, CA
  • Say hi to her at:
  • Best Ever Book: The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone
  • Greatest Lesson: Things start to fall into place when you get in the zone, so focus on the things that get you there, and you'll see results.

 

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Gabe Bodhi is the CEO of Tekton Group, which acquires, renovates, and operates multifamily real estate assets for cash flow in the Colorado Front Range. In this episode, Gabe gives his expert opinion on the recent bank failures, how he stress-tests deals to decide when to say no, and why he doesn’t invest in other asset classes.

Gabe Bodhi | Real Estate Background

  • CFA and CEO of Tekton Group
  • Portfolio:
    • 200 multifamily units
  • Based in: Denver, CO
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  • Best Ever Book: In an Uncertain World by Robert E. Rubin
  • Greatest Lesson: You can't make a good faith deal with a bad faith person.

 

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The Beyond Multifamily series is hosted by non-residential commercial real estate investor and Best Ever Show host, Ash Patel. Ash’s goal for this series is to introduce you to the world of non-residential commercial real estate investing and teach you how to look at and underwrite different commercial asset classes.

In this episode, Ash Patel discusses his experience at the Best Ever Conference where some of the speeches were less optimistic than before. He expresses his concerns about the economy and real estate market, including potential fallout from bank failures, and gives strategies and tips on how you can survive.

 

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Frank Scappaticci is Partner at Gray Line Investments, a veteran-owned and operated firm focusing on self-storage facilities, multifamily, and single-family investments. In this episode, Frank discusses creative ways to find and finance deals in self-storage, what an ideal loan is for a facility, and what he’s looking for in his next property.

Frank Scappaticci | Real Estate Background

  • Partner at Gray Line Investments
  • Portfolio:
    • 9 self-storage facilities
    • Small portfolio of single-family rentals
  • Based in: New York City
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: 6 Types of Working Geniuses by Patrick Lencioni
  • Greatest Lesson: A great business can succeed without a massive amount of arbitrage.

 

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Travis King is a land flipping expert and Owner of Land Flipping Mastery. He has completed over 400 transactions in 29 states with over 100 additional JV transactions. In this episode, Travis discusses the four steps to his land-flipping system, the types of properties he focuses on, and his strategy for assessing whether a property is worth the purchase. 

Travis King | Real Estate Background

  • Land flipping expert and Owner of Land Flipping Mastery
  • Portfolio:
    • 400 transactions in 29 states with over 100 JV transactions
  • Based in: Chandler, AZ
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Who Not How by Dan Sullivan
  • Greatest Lesson: Do your due dililgence when it comes to researching properties to avoid costly mistakes.

 

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Karl Graham is Managing Partner at Luminus Capital, which identifies, acquires, and operates self-storage facilities. After a career in the oil and gas industry, Karl turned to real estate investing in 2020 when the market changed. He evaluated several asset classes, and settled on self-storage facilities, acquiring 13 properties in 18 months.

In this episode, Karl breaks down the numbers behind his first deals, shares his methods for creative financing, and recommends several paths for investors looking to follow in his footsteps.

Karl Graham | Real Estate Background

  • Managing Partner at Luminus Capital
  • Portfolio:
    • 12 self-storage facilities
  • Based in: Tulsa, OK
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Barren Lands by Kevin Krajick
  • Greatest Lesson: Remain diligent in how you think about and evaluate investments.

 

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Passive Investor Tips is a weekly series hosted by full-time passive investor and Best Ever Show host, Travis Watts. In each bite-sized episode, Travis breaks down passive investor topics, simplifying the philosophy and mindset while providing tactical, valuable information on how to be a passive investor.

In this episode, Travis talks about the need to balance risk and reward when it comes to investing. He warns against the dangers of greed, shares how he personally works to reduce risk in his own portfolio, and discusses his preference for value-add multifamily projects vs. new real estate development projects.

 

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Josh Shein is a Partner at Trius Lending Partners, a Mid-Atlantic private money and hard money lender based in Baltimore, MD. His 100% investor-based company specializes in short- and long-term lending of loans ranging from $100,000 to $1.5 million. In this episode, Josh discusses the benefits of steady and consistent investing over time, advice for short-term lending, and his strategies for helping his investors receive positive returns year after year.

Josh Shein | Real Estate Background

  • Partner at Trius Lending Partners
  • Portfolio:
    • 30 doors
    • $60M+ lending portfolio
  • Based in: Towson, MD
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: In the Blood by Jack Carr
  • Greatest Lesson: If you can afford to ride things out, ride things out. If you can’t afford it, get rid of it quickly before it has additional negative implications on your other investments and assets. 

 

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Maricela Soberanes is a Navy Veteran, apartment syndicator, and owner of Up Plex Multifamily Investments, which syndicates for mutual funds, acting as an operator by sourcing deals, raising capital, and managing assets. She began her real estate investing journey in 2006 with duplexes and fourplexes before making the leap to commercial real estate in 2020 with the purchase of a 130+ unit property in Austin, TX.

In this episode, Maricela shares how she used networking and resources to scale her operations and help her think bigger. She also shares strategies for tackling multifamily deals in today’s changing economic landscape.

Maricela Soberanes | Real Estate Background

  • Apartment syndicator and Principal at Up Plex Multifamily Investments
  • Portfolio:
    • GP of 2,000+ multifamily units
    • JV of 3 mobile home parks and 2 self-storage facilities
    • LP of 980 units (8 deals)
  • Based in: Austin, TX
  • Say hi to her at:
  • Best Ever Book: Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman
  • Greatest Lesson: Find a community that provides you with the tools and the mindset needed to succeed.

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A.J. Leman is a full time high school teacher as well as a Managing Partner and Co-Owner of a property management company in Iowa City. He currently has over 230 units under management and is seeking to expand his portfolio and revenue streams as next steps in his investing journey. In this episode, A.J. discusses the challenges he’s faced trying to scale his management company while maintaining excellent resident services and the worst deal he ever made where he almost lost it all. 

A.J. Leman | Real Estate Background

  • Managing Partner and Co-Owner of property management company
  • Portfolio:
    • General Partner of 250 multifamily units
    • Limited Partner of 100 multifamily units and a 27-lot mobile home park
  • Based in: Iowa City, IA
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho and Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur by James A. Randel
  • Greatest Lesson: You are continually writing your own story. My life has been a surprising page-turner, so I think all of us are only one page away from really blowing the top off where we’re going today, tomorrow, and the next year.

 

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Pace Morby is a creative finance specialist and the founder of subto.com, where he teaches about subject to and seller financing strategies. He recently made the jump to multifamily investing, using creative finance to secure 1,500 units in 2022. In this episode, Pace discusses why he advises restructuring deals now, the beauty of subject to financing, and exactly what his strategy is for approaching multifamily deals. 

Pace Morby | Real Estate Background

  • Owner of SubTo, professional real estate investor, and business entrepreneur
  • Portfolio:
    • 1,500 multifamily doors
    • 300 single-family doors
  • Based in: Arizona
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George
  • Greatest Lesson: I should have started earlier and surrounded myself with people who had portfolios and lives that I wanted.

 

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Brennan Degner is a real estate investor, operator, and CEO of DB Capital Management, LLC, a vertically integrated organization focused on value-add multifamily investments. In this episode, Brennan discusses why his ideal deal size is $30 - 35 million, key things to consider when purchasing older properties, and how he plans the management needs of properties with triple-digit units.

Brennan Degner | Real Estate Background

  • Real estate investor, operator, and CEO of DB Capital Management, LLC, a vertically integrated organization focused on value-add multifamily investments.
  • Portfolio:
    • 3,000 units
  • Based in: Los Angeles, CA/Denver, CO
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
  • Greatest Lesson: Set clear expectations for who does what when starting any new partnership.

 

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Joe McCabe is the Founder and CEO of The Surefire Group, a Philadelphia-based company specializing in a suite of high-standard real estate and healthcare services. The company has interests in multiple real estate brokerages, mortgage companies, insurance companies, and over 80 real assets. In this episode, Joe discusses how he learned to properly finance his investments, his journey to acquire homecare business properties across the country, and his plan to convert a large portfolio of Section 8 housing to IDD (intellectual and development disabilities) homes in Philadelphia.

Joe McCabe | Real Estate Background

  • Founder and CEO of The Surefire Group
  • Portfolio:
  • Over $25 million with 80 assets
  • Based in: Philadelphia, PA
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Book Ever: Maintain your Gear by Joseph McCabe  
  • Greatest Lesson: Go for scale. Buy as many units as possible in your first deal, and utilize tools like property management.

 

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Passive Investor Tips is a weekly series hosted by full-time passive investor and Best Ever Show host, Travis Watts. In each bite-sized episode, Travis breaks down passive investor topics, simplifying the philosophy and mindset while providing tactical, valuable information on how to be a passive investor.

In this episode, Travis talks about how easy it is to get caught up in the stress of daily life and lose perspective. He encourages listeners to be grateful for being in a position to invest and have the ability to design their lives in a way that works for them. He then talks about the benefits of investing in value-add multifamily and how these investments have allowed him to pursue his optimal lifestyle.

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Cooper Drenner is the Managing Partner at Wildhorn Capital, which purchases value-add apartment complexes in Central Texas and syndicates all its deals. In this episode, Cooper discusses how to find good deals in arguably the most competitive market in the U.S., issues facing tenants such as inflation and affordability, and the advantages of keeping investments local.

Cooper Drenner | Real Estate Background

  • Managing Partner at Wildhorn Capital
  • Portfolio:
    • 4,100 units across 13 Class-A multifamily assets
  • Based in: Austin, TX
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Never Split the Difference by Christopher Voss and Tahl Raz
  • Greatest Lesson: Managing people and running a business are different than doing a great deal.

 

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Adam Rosen is a former real estate investor and Founder of Email Outreach Company, which helps entrepreneurs optimize their email marketing through automated email outreach to get companies more leads, more conversations, and more deals. In this episode, Adam discusses how you can use email marketing to find better deals, increase your investor list, and leverage cold emails to find your next big opportunity.

Adam Rosen | Real Estate Background

  • Founder of Email Outreach Company
  • Based in: Worldwide, digital nomad
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Built to Sell by John Warrillow
  • Greatest Lesson: Build to sell from the start. Get to product-market-fit ASAP, systemize everything, then profit.

 

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Justin Sloan is the CEO of Sloan Capital, which helps investors deploy capital into various asset classes. In this episode, Justin discusses his transition from residential real estate to commercial, specifically strip malls and debt-free restaurants. He shares his strategies for identifying the best strip mall properties, filling them with the right tenants, and achieving a goal of double digit cash flow.

Justin Sloan | Real Estate Background

  • CEO of Sloan Capital, which helps investors deploy capital into various asset classes.
  • Portfolio:
    • 9 commercial buildings
  • Based in: Cedar Rapids, IA
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Chop Wood Carry Water by Joshua Medcalf
  • Greatest Lesson: Ignore shiny lights and focus on repeatable, scalable processes.

 

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Mitch Ginsberg is the CEO of CommLoan, a FinTech company that gives commercial borrowers access to over 700 top commercial and multifamily lenders. In this episode, Mitch discusses the importance of empowering borrowers with unprecedented access to capital markets, the 30 key variables that lenders use to size up a loan, and how developing a relationship with a lender may not be as important as many say it is.

Mitch Ginsberg | Real Estate Background

  • CEO of CommLoan, a FinTech company with up-to-date data of over 700 top Commercial and Multifamily Lenders
  • Based in Scottsdale, AZ
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Long Walk to Freedom: The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela
  • Greatest Lesson: Keep going no matter what the obstacle is. If you believe in something, just do it.

 

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Andrew Dunn is a Principal at VAC Development, which specializes in value-add and distressed property investments specifically in the office, multifamily, storage, and industrial sectors. In this episode, he reviews several creative industrial deals he’s sealed in Vegas and Reno, how he responds to economic ups and downs, and how he balances value-add purchases vs. ground-up development deals.

Andrew Dunn | Real Estate Background

 

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David Sanford is an active duty Army Recruiter and investor in multifamily and commercial real estate. In just a few years, he has grown his portfolio from nothing to owning 55 single family homes and about $2.6 million in commercial office space. In this episode, David talks about the power of using other people’s money to make investments, how he went about tackling his first commercial real estate deal, and lessons he’s learned about working with brokers and lenders.

David Sanford | Real Estate Background

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Passive Investor Tips is a weekly series hosted by full-time passive investor and Best Ever Show host, Travis Watts. In each bite-sized episode, Travis breaks down passive investor topics, simplifying the philosophy and mindset while providing tactical, valuable information on how to be a passive investor.

One of the benefits of passive income is having the freedom to design your lifestyle. When all of your needs are met, your bills are paid, and you aren’t tied to the typical 9 to 5 grind, how do you want to live? In this episode, Travis discusses the four categories to consider when choosing the right lifestyle path for you. He also lays out the four steps to generating the passive income needed to get you there.

 

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Joel Friedland, is the Principal at Brit Properties, an industrial real estate investing firm based in Chicago. In this episode, Joel discusses his strategy for identifying and purchasing properties, syndication in industrial real estate, why Chicago is the best industrial area in the country, and something called the “punch in the face theory.”

Joel Friedland | Real Estate Background

  • Principal at Brit Properties
  • Portfolio:
    • 15 industrial buildings with an aggregate value of ~$50 million
  • Based in Chicago, IL
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, by Richard Carlson
  • Greatest Lesson: Debt is dangerous. After struggling through the '08 recession, I changed my strategy to focus on all-cash deals.

 

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Baird Kleinsmith, also known on Twitter as the Sultan of Storage, is a full-time self-storage investor. He buys mismanaged properties, adds value through operational and marketing improvements, and reaps the rewards of increased cash flow. With his current portfolio of eight self-storage properties, Baird has achieved full financial freedom and is dedicated to not only growing his assets but also educating others on how to do the same.

In this episode, Baird discusses what drew him to self-storage investing after a career in fintech, what he looks for in an investment property, how he adds value and scales his investments, and the stumbling blocks he’s encountered along the way.

Baird Kleinsmith | Real Estate Background

  • Full-time self-storage investor
  • Portfolio
    • 8 self-storage properties in Colorado and New Mexico
  • Based in: Durango, CO
  • Say hi to him at:
  • Best Ever Book: The Obstacle is the Way, by Ryan Holiday
  • Greatest Lesson: Finding work you enjoy doesn't require following your passion.

 

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Bonus Operations is a series hosted by apartment owner/operator and Best Ever Show host, Slocomb Reed. In each five- to ten-minute episode, Slocomb provides his top takes for executing your business plan and maintaining cash flow.

In this episode, Slocomb breaks down how he approaches each stage of his six-point leasing process, from listing tips to batching showings, and how he distributes responsibilities across his team.

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Keith Nelson is the fund manager at Dual City Investments. In this episode, Keith discusses why he’s niche-agnostic, investing in everything from multifamily, to car washes, to self-storage — anything that pencils out. He also discusses the nuances of running an evergreen fund and the secrets to scaling an investment firm.

Keith Nelson | Real Estate Background

  • Fund Manager at Dual City Investments
  • Portfolio:
    • Most asset types in Investment Real Estate
  • Based in: Greenville, SC
  • Say hi to him at: 
  • Best Ever Book: The Road Less Stupid, by Keith J. Cunningham
  • Greatest Lesson: Riding the wave is not the same as knowing how to swim.

 

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Mike Roeder is the co-founder of Granite Towers Equity Group, which focuses on value-add properties in Dallas-Fort Worth and Nashville. In this episode, Mike discusses why he prefers the DFW and Nashville markets to the midwest, how low competition impacts negotiation strategy, and the state and trajectory of the multifamily market.

Mike Roeder | Real Estate Background

 

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Angela Healy is the CEO and owner of AvenueWest Managed Global Housing and AvenueWest Global Franchise. AvenueWest is a network of real estate agencies focused on fully furnished residential housing for corporations, delivering real estate investors a turnkey solution for property management.

In this episode, Angela gives a comprehensive breakdown of the benefits of corporate housing, including the ideal locations, the properties corporations are paying top dollar for, and the variety of tenants property managers can target to maximize occupancy.

Angela Healy | Real Estate Background

  • CEO and owner of AvenueWest Managed Global Housing and AvenueWest Global Franchise
  • Portfolio: 
    • 500+ units
  • Based in: Lakewood, CO
  • Say hi to her at: 
  • Best Ever Book: The Art of Breathing, by Danny Penman, PhD
  • Greatest Lesson: Don’t be so focused on the future that you forget to celebrate milestones reached along the way.

 

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Passive Investor Tips is a weekly series hosted by full-time passive investor and Best Ever Show host, Travis Watts. In each bite-sized episode, Travis breaks down passive investor topics, simplifying the philosophy and mindset while providing tactical, valuable information on how to be a passive investor.

Every passive investor begins their journey from a different starting point. Some start with limited capital and very little education — these are the newbies who are true beginners. Others have a lot of capital because they’re a doctor or had a liquidity event, like the sale of a business or an inheritance, and want to make that money work for them. The third most common starting point is the investor who is pivoting from the buy-low, sell-high mindset and looking to build wealth through passive investing.

In this episode, Travis discusses how to get started with passive investing, regardless of which of the three common situations you’re starting from.

 

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Tom Higgins is a Managing Partner at Terra Capital, a real estate investment firm that rolls up mini-multis (2-15 units) through fund offerings into large, fully renovated, optimized cash-flowing portfolios of 100–200 units. He has leveraged his experience working at large institutional development companies to lead Terra's first-class operational and development professionals.

In this episode, Tom discusses investing in mini-multis, including the benefits, the options it gives investors upon exit, and how to raise capital for mini-multi funds.

Tom Higgins | Real Estate Background

  • Managing partner at Terra Capital
  • Portfolio: 
    • Mini-multis (2-15 units) in Pittsburgh, Columbus, and Indianapolis
  • Based in: New York City
  • Say hi to him at: 

Best Ever Book: Principles, by Ray Dalio


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