Tue, 28 June 2022
Max Moala grew up with parents who were successful real estate investors in the single-family space, but they were hit very hard and lost everything in the 2008 crash. Instead of shying away from the business, however, he decided to face his fears and, with the support of his wife, he left his corporate job in January of 2022 and moved his family to Texas to become a multifamily syndicator.
In this episode, Max shares how he became a GP in three months, the key attributes that led him to success in such a short period of time, and his Best Ever advice for other commercial real estate investors.
Max Moala | Real Estate Background
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Mon, 20 June 2022
In this episode, Ash, Slocomb, and Travis discuss the different ways they use social media to promote their businesses, along with their best tips and biggest online mistakes.
Each week for the Best Ever Round Table, the three Best Ever Show hosts — Ash Patel, Slocomb Reed, and Travis Watts — come together for a deep dive into a commercial real estate investing topic.
Wed, 18 May 2022
Logan Rankin started out leading retail operations for a Fortune 50 company, but soon realized while he was working hard, his money wasn’t working hard for him. As he developed his financial literacy, he decided to take a big risk — he bought his first investment property, leaving only $7 in his bank account. Today, Logan owns 185 buildings totaling 1,923 units. In this episode, he shares how he’s been able to scale without partners or syndications, his tips for lead generation, and the number-one rule he lives by.
Logan Rankin | Real Estate Background
Sat, 14 May 2022
In this episode of Beyond Multifamily, Ash Patel shares his story of how he got started in real estate to demonstrate the hidden value of mixed-use buildings.
Sun, 8 May 2022
Bruce Wuollet got his start in real estate by chasing tax lien foreclosures on single-family homes in 2002. That led to wholesaling, and by the time he was introduced to multifamily, he had flipped over 2,000 houses across Phoenix. Today, Bruce buys fix-and-hold multifamily properties in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas as founder and CEO of Bakerson. In this episode, Bruce discusses how he selects the right investors for buy & hold deals.
Bruce Wuollet | Real Estate Background
Tue, 3 May 2022
Before becoming managing director of Gruszynski Capital, Gabe Gruszynski was a U.S. Marine, which led to a successful career in the telecom industry. He officially left the industry a few months ago, however, to focus on real estate with his wife. The two got into the business five years ago, and they’ve been focusing on multifamily, RV parks, and mobile home parks for the last two years. In this episode, Gabe dives into the numbers on his latest deals, explains why he likes to contact sellers directly, and shares how he became a commercial loan advisor.
Gabe Gruszynski | Real Estate Background
Sun, 1 May 2022
Leka Devatha got into real estate in 2014 after moving to the U.S. from India in 2005. She has flipped single-family homes, office buildings, and multifamily real estate. Today, she is focused on doing her first multifamily syndication, for which she was able to raise $1M in four days. In this episode, Leka shares how she did it and why she invests solely for appreciation vs. cash flow, plus how she made $1M on a single flip.
Leka Devatha | Real Estate Background
Fri, 1 April 2022
Marine Corps veteran Wesley Yates didn’t even learn about syndication until he attended his first commercial real estate event in 2019. He started his group, VFR Capital Investments, that same year.
Wesley Yates | Real Estate Background
Wed, 30 March 2022
Ken Gee is a longtime multifamily syndicator who recently started his own fund. Ken tells us what his journey has been like, what he’s learned, and what advice he has for other syndicators looking to make the same transition.
Ken Gee | Real Estate Background
Sun, 13 March 2022
What’s the best way to find multifamily deals? According to Beau Beery, it’s having a good relationship with a broker! As a multifamily broker, Beau reveals how high-net-worth investors find and make deals, how they increase the probability of making more deals, and what you can learn from their strategies to scale your portfolio.
Beau Beery | Real Estate Background
Fri, 18 February 2022
We’re sharing the top ten sessions from the Best Ever Conference 2021 as we gear up for the next Best Ever Conference at the Gaylord Rockies Convention Center in Colorado this February 24-26th.
Register for the Best Ever Conference here: www.besteverconference.com
Check out David’s previous episode on the podcast: JF2039: Experience Shouldn’t Stop You From Starting With David Toupin
Wed, 12 January 2022
Starting out as a Limited Partner, Joel Fine did everything he could to learn about multifamily syndication: he read books, listened to podcasts, and even asked to be part of a weekly GP meeting on one of his passive deals. In this episode, Joel discusses how he scaled from being a Limited Partner to a General Partner.
Joel Fine | Real Estate Background
Mon, 10 January 2022
Melissa Elizondo wanted to branch out from her marketing firm and looked to add commercial real estate investments to her portfolio. In this episode, Melissa shares her current business strategy and analyzes her methods for closing on her first GP deal.
Melissa Elizondo | Real Estate Background
Tue, 4 January 2022
In just 100 days, John Casmon closed $20,000,000 in multifamily deals. In this episode, John discusses how to find good deals during a pandemic, how to adapt your strategy, and how he was able to close on his profitable deals in such a short amount of time.
John Casmon | Real Estate Background
Mon, 27 December 2021
Zain Jaffer transitioned from the tech space into commercial real estate, bringing with him a unique perspective on sourcing deals, forming partnerships, and streamlining systems to cut down on revenue and time cost. In this episode, Zain shares why trust among investors is vital to finding deals and how gatekeeping advice can harm not only your reputation, but future opportunities.
Zain Jaffer | Real Estate Background
Sun, 26 December 2021
David Olds began investing in 2002 when he and his wife flipped their first house. Seeing the benefits of investing, David started to seek bigger deals in commercial real estate. Today, he has accumulated over 100 rental properties and continued to flip, having wholesaled over 1,000 deals. In this episode, David shares his secrets to wholesaling, how he survived two recessions, and how to maximize deals during market downturns.
David Olds | Real Estate Background