Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever (general)

After a near-death experience due to being overworked, Trevor Mauch realized he needed to focus on more energy-enriching business practices. Like many business owners, he created his business to give him freedom, impact, and grow his finances, but instead it trapped him into an endless cycle of constant grind. Trevor talks about how he honed in on his motivation and overcame burnout by working less and ultimately making more. 

 

Trevor Mauch  Real Estate Background:

 


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Today, we’re deep diving into speaking with investors, coming from the perspective of Investor Relation Manager, Ted Greene. Ted gives us his tips for communicating with new investors as well as continuing the conversation with his current investors. He even clues us in on his overall process from first contact with a new investor, to when they actually decide to invest. 

Ted Greene Real Estate Background: 

  • Investor Relations Manager at Spartan Investment Group
  • 20+ years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consist of 14 properties, 10 of which have gone full circle 
  • Based in Golden, CO
  • Say hi to him at: https://spartan-investors.com/ 
  • Best Ever Book: Self Storage Domination


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In this episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts lays out the top 5 best tips for good investor relations. He discusses one of the main pieces of information syndicators don’t talk about (and why you should), how to be more attractive to investors online, and what you need to be doing before going out and raising capital.

 

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When Stephanie transitioned into multifamily, she may not have expected her first syndication to be a fraternity house in Colorado. Although, she’s an expert in trying new investments that are out of her comfort zone. Since then, she’s added retail, apartments, and soon, development for multi-million dollar homes all in different markets. She talks about her biggest challenges, where she’s found the greatest return on investment, as well as her exit strategy. 

Stephanie Walter Real Estate Background:


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Franklin Spees wasn’t new to the property management game when he and his wife decided to start a company of their own soon out of college. Fast forward to today, he’s working on developing 74 2,000 square-foot commercial units. Tune in to learn about the 4-step process to effective condo conversions, how to successfully pre-lease before construction is even completed, and why land ownership may be your next business venture.

Franklin Spees Real Estate Background:

  • CA licensed broker, attorney, consultant, syndicator, and property manager
  • Currently VP and Partner of a law firm
  • Owns a small portfolio of single families, small multifamily with a few passive LP positions in multifamily syndications
  • 20+ years experience
  • Based in Fresno, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.NeighborhoodREI.com
  • Best Ever Book: Multifamily Millions & The 4-Hour Workweek

 

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When Ruben Izgelov went to a private lending conference, he had full intentions of finding better sources of capital for his own deals. He walked in as a fix & flipper and walked out as a hard money lender. Tune in to find out what lenders are looking for in investors, how to make the lending process easier, and what you need to make sure your lender is NOT doing. 

 

Ruben Izgelov & Andrew Schnissel Real Estate Background:


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In this episode of “Best of Best Ever” we talk about how to select the best markets to invest in. Marco Santarelli talks about the key items to look at when choosing a good market, as well as how to avoid overpriced, bubble markets. Brent Maxwell teaches us the tell tale sign to identify up and coming markets by studying single-family trends. Lastly, Adiel Gorel shares his secrets for selecting the best markets for landlords using his research on demographics. 

Marco Santarelli

Brent Maxwell

Adiel Gorel

  • CEO of ICG, a real estate investment firm
  • Based in San Francisco, CA
  • Say hi to him at: https://icgre.com/
  • Episode #2152

 

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After working in corporate America for 1 year, LA native Josh Gorokhovsky found his investing niche of built-to-rent real estate. Learning from a local developer as his mentor, he narrowed down his ideal buyer and got to work. Josh talks about scoring good deals on land, how to keep construction costs low, and cultivating a good team to keep construction running smoothly. 

Josh Gorokhovsky Real Estate Background:

  • Runs Telos Properties which is a vertically integrated development firm
  • 5 years of real estate investing experience
  • Portfolio consist of 20 projects completed, 6 stabilized units under management and 24 under construction
  • Based in Los Angeles, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.telosproperties.com
  • Best Ever Book: Real Estate Titans 

 

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Former gym owner, Nick Brown, bought his first investment property by finding and contacting the owner on Facebook. From then on out, he was dedicated to doing the nitty gritty side of investing to ultimately acquire 575 units today. Nick has a “get it done” mentality and talks about what he had to do to get there that others won’t do. 

Nick Brown  Real Estate Background:

  • Lawyer by trade but currently a full-time real estate investor
  • 7 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 575 multifamily units and approx. 20,000 sqft of office space
  • Based in Camden, ME
  • Say hi to him at: www.averyinvestments.me
  • Best Ever Book: Flip the Script

 

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In this episode, Theo Hicks and Travis Watts talk about the key to being successful in real estate investing while also working a full-time job. They talk in detail about each investment strategy, analyzing how it fits into your lifestyle, and what they recommend investing in first.  


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Matt Drouin had an “aha” moment when he decided he was simply not going to participate in the college/debt/job cycle. He started with a 4-unit house hack and ultimately hit financial independence by age 33. Matt talks about how reaching his financial goal didn’t give him the euphoria he thought it would, and how he reinvented himself using the 10x rule.

Matt Drouin (Drew-in) Real Estate Background:



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After realizing he had little control in the stock market, Brian Wagers quickly moved to real estate investing. Brian talks about how he manufactured deals by driving around his neighborhood, while simultaneously building relationships with brokers, and how this ultimately led to his 425 units today. 

Brian Wagers  Real Estate Background:

  • Currently working full-time in sales
  • 4 years of real estate investing experience with 3 in multi-family
  • Portfolio consist of 425 units
  • Based in Rogers, AR
  • Say hi to him at: www.wagerscapital.com

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After former construction worker, Shane Torres, filed bankruptcy in 2012, he immediately turned around and opened his own real estate office that same year. Today he is actively and passively investing, focusing on the retail space. Shane shares his 6 qualifications for choosing the best locations, the type of tenants he gets to ensure success, and the reason he’ll never borrow from large lenders. 

Shane Torres Real Estate Background:



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In this episode of “Best of Best Ever” we dive into the three stages of creating a successful team. Danny Coleman talks about his 4-step hiring process for attracting the highest quality candidates. Shawn Casemore tells us his secret for developing your current team by balancing the focus on business and people. Lastly, Rich Fettke discusses the importance of building and managing a strong team, as well as tips for creating connection and organization in a remote team. 

Danny Coleman

Shawn Casemore

Rich Fettke


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After getting his law degree and opening his own law firm, Seth Bradley decided to pivot into passive investing through syndications. Listen to learn how Seth used his law degree to get his foot in the door with investing, how he was able to add value to GPs with little real estate experience, and his expert opinion for anyone that might be on the fence about further education.

Seth Bradley  Real Estate Background:

  • Real estate attorney and founder of Law Capital Partners
  • 8 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consist of residential properties, flipping, and currently focused on passive investing through syndications
  • Based in San Diego, CA
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.lawcapitalpartners.com/
  • Best Ever Book: Pre-suasion 

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After losing $40k in a mixed use commercial property, Kevin McGrath decided to move into the industrial real estate industry. Kevin talks about how he got started in industrial investing, the pros and cons of single tenant vs.the more risky multitenant industrial net leases, and why he chose the industrial investing industry over multifamily. 

Kevin McGrath Real Estate Background:

  • Principal with Cardinal Industrial
  • Started investing in 2005
  • Invest in both Industrial real estate and multifamily properties
  • Currently involved in 10 investments both as a LP and GP
  • Based in Del Mar, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.McGrathindustrial.com
  • Best Ever Book: Abraham Hicks 

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In this episode of Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts and Theo Hicks go through the 51 responsibilities of the general partner in apartment syndications. They talk about what general partners are doing behind the scenes with your capital broken down in three sections: precontract, contact-to-close, and post-closing. Tune in to learn what questions to ask the GP about their business plan, and/or how to use this information to create a successful business of your own.


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Father, daughter duo Abigail and Sean Thomson didn’t think they’d end up working together one day when she went off to college. But, after sharing her long-term goals with her dad, they both knew investing for passive income was the answer. They now successfully run the business together while Abigail balances her daily tasks and school. They talk about why they made the switch from residential to multifamily, how they structure day-to-day tasks, and what it’s like working with family. 

Abigail & Sean Thomson Real Estate Background:

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After purchasing his first single family investment property in college, Sam Silverman continued to purchase 8 single family homes, and ultimately moved on to syndication. In this episode, we learn about Sam’s top 4 criteria for qualifying investments, how he uses his past experiences to raise capital, and his best piece of advice for new syndicators. 

Sam Silverman Real Estate Background:

  • VP of Sales at a tech company 
  • 3 years experience (1 in single family then the next 2 have been all multi family syndication and self storage)
  • 12 syndications (2614 units), 4 single family houses then another 132 units active under contract
  • Based in Tampa, FL
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuelsilverman3/
  • Best Ever Book: The Art of Winning and Losing


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As a commercial real estate broker specializing in multi-tenant leases, Dan Lewkowicz has knowledge of many different asset classes. Today, we talk in depth about the differences between a net lease vs. multifamily and the pros and cons of each, absolute triple net leases vs. double net leases, net lease benefits as opposed to multifamily, and why you should become a commercial real estate broker instead of residential. 

Dan Lewkowicz Real Estate Background:

  • 15 years of experience 
  • Now Director of Investment at Encore Real Estate Investment Services
  • Specializes in shopping centers, medical office buildings, industrial fulfillment centers, quick service restaurants and automotive repair and part stores
  • Based in Oak Park, Michigan 
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-lewkowicz-7118361
  • Best Ever Book: Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion


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Today, we’re talking with Drew Maconachy, specifically about the insurance side of real estate investing. He clues us in on the most common questions investors ask him, how to possibly get lower insurance costs, and some policies that you may not actually need on your insurance. Tune in to learn about the common insurance pitfalls real estate investors fall through and how to avoid them.

Drew Maconachy Real Estate Background:

  • Co-owner of Maconachy Stradley Insurance, Insuring 1000s of doors across North America.
  • Consulted his customers on over $30,000,000 of insurance purchases
  • Partial stake in 11 nursing homes
  • Based in Akron, Ohio
  • Say hi to him at: Maconachystradley.com

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Starting out with zero real estate investing experience, Terrica Lynn Smith built her brand from the ground level. With a current portfolio of 250 doors, Terrica is passionate about teaching others to do the same and get started in real estate investing. She talks about her journey to crowdfunding, how she approaches it differently than others, and her best tips to ensure it’s successful in your business. 

Terrica Lynn Smith Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time real estate investor
  • 15 years of experience
  • Portfolio consist 250 doors including commercial, has helped develop 3 communities and currently developing her own
  • Based in Lafayette, LA
  • Say hi to her at: www.terricalynnsmith.com  
  • Best Ever Book: Wealth Choice

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When his $300k loan was called in, in the midst of the recession, Bruce Glenn lost it all to pay it back. After selling his properties and becoming an appraiser, he saw people starting to buy properties again and decided to jump back in. Bruce talks about what he did differently the second time around, the main reason people lose money on deals, and his tips to make sure it doesn’t happen to you. 

Bruce Glenn Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time real estate appraiser
  • Successfully house flipping for over 30 years
  • Author of “First Flip: 30 years of secrets so your first flip isn’t a flop
  • Based in Birmingham, AL
  • Say hi to him at: www.flippinbruce.com
  • Best Ever Book: The Compound Effect

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Growing up in a real estate family, Veena Jetti knew she had to leave corporate real estate and start investing for herself. After learning some valuable lessons in her first deal, Veena now has a portfolio of $400M in assets. She talks about the best time to raise capital, and her step-by-step systems and process she uses to provide a “luxury” real estate investing experience.

Veena Jetti Real Estate Background:

  • Partner at Vive Funds a large multifamily syndication
  • Grew up in a real estate family
  • Portfolio consist of $400 million in assets
  • Based in Dallas, TX
  • Say hi to her at: www.vivefunds.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Blink

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In a recent article, an anonymous writer tells us how he achieved financial independence through passive investing. Today we’re talking about the FIRE movement and what it truly means to be financially free. Theo Hicks & Travis Watts go in depth on the 4 levels of FIRE, as well as 4 steps to get started and succeed with the FIRE movement. 


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Today we’re talking to Chris Cammack, a new investor who has already built a portfolio of 47 rentals under 2 years. Chris gives us a unique perspective on the benefits of working a corporate job, and how you can use the systems and process towards your real estate career. We learn about how he acquired so many properties so quickly, and his secrets for finding private investors. 

Chris Cammack Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time Account Manager 
  • 2 years of real estate experience
  • Has completed 75 flips and wholesale deals
  • Current portfolio consist of 47 rentals
  • Based in Fort Wayne, IN
  • Say hi to him at: www.cammackestates.com 
  • Best Ever Book: It’s All in Your Head

 

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After accidentally making $30k on his first deal, Lee Kearney was immediately hooked and started researching his next investment. However, when 2007 hit, he realized the market wasn’t the problem and he started working on a new strategy. Lee discusses his strategy in-depth and how he came back from a $2M loss, what to look out for in the current market, and his biggest takeaways from working with a hedge fund. 

 

Lee Kearney Real Estate Background:

  • CEO of Southeast Property Investments Network (SPIN) & Real Advisors
  • 16 years of real estate investing experience
  • 7,000 single family houses flipped
  • Based in Tampa, FL
  • Say hi to him at: http://www.spincompanies.com/
  • Best Ever Book: Traction


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Today we’re talking to 3 best selling authors about honing in on your negotiating skills to win any real estate deal. Chris Voss, former FBI negotiator, gives us his #1 strategy he uses in negotiations and how that applies to real estate. J Scott discusses the importance of building rapport, and how to get others to like and trust you. Lastly, Oren Klaff tells us his best tool for proper negotiation and describes how to be the most compelling person in a negotiation. 

Chris Voss

  • FBI hostage negotiator for 24 years
  • Best selling author, Never Split the Difference
  • Founder of the Black Swan Group, firm solves business communication problems with hostage negotiation strategies
  • Based in Los Angeles, CA
  • Say hi to him at http://blackswanltd.com/
  • Episode #1244

J Scott

Oren Klaff

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Mark Kappelman, Co-Founder of RealEstateAccounting.co, is well versed in multifamily investing and syndications, as well as the back end accounting world. Focusing 100% on the real estate industry, Mark discusses the types of investors that could benefit from outsourcing their accounting, and how to balance expensing vs. capitalizing. Mark and Joe also talk about real-life scenarios where outsourcing accounting services could have caught fraudulent activity.

 

Mark Kappelman Real Estate Background: 

  • Co-Founder RealEstateAccounting.co
  • 8 years experience
  • He’s a CPA as well 
  • Rehabbed and now own multiple multi-family properties (BRRR strategy) - approx 40 units as of today
  • Syndicated (from private investors) on nearly all deals so understands the financing side of things well
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.realestateaccounting.co/


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Managing Attorney, Brian Boyd, started representing contractors at his practice when he decided to look into it further. Now, he’s looking for new investing deals daily. Brian talks about the potential tax changes this year as it relates to real estate investors, and things you should be doing now to avoid litigation. 

 

Brian Boyd Real Estate Background:

  • Owner and managing attorney of Boyd and Will’s Legal
  • Lawyer working on commercial litigation, real estate litigation, business advisement, and tax resolution
  • Portfolio consist of 17 properties, and 24 doors
  • Based in Franklin, TN
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.boydlegal.co/
  • Best Ever Book: Rich Dad Poor Dad

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Ever wonder what happens next after investing in a real estate syndication? Theo Hicks & Travis Watts talk in detail about what to expect from your sponsors monthly and quarterly after investing, the key items to look out for, and what tools to use to truly have the financial freedom of a passive investor. 

Best Ever Quote: “Do what you love, and outsource the rest.” -Travis Watts 


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Today, Theo analyzes the May 2021 National Rent Data Report published by Apartment List. He breaks down the record-breaking growth we’ve seen in the past few months, how the markets are performing versus pre-pandemic projections, and which markets continue to boom through pandemic recovery. 

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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Michael Morawski’s seemingly normal life was turned upside down the day he was charged with fraud charges. After ignoring some red flags of those around him, he ended up making business moves that he later found out were unlawful. Tune in to find out how overscaling, overpaying, and overleveraging landed him in prison, what he learned in those 7.5 years, and how he’s scaling his business now.

Michael Morawski Real Estate Background:

  • Coaching and Training businesses in the multifamily investor space
  • 30 years of real estate experience
  • Has previously raised $18MM, acquired $60MM in assets 4,000 apartments in 5 states & managed 7,500 units
  • Based in Chicago, IL
  • Say hi to him at: www.mycoreintentions.com
  • Best Ever Book: The Millionaire Real Estate Investor

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When Mark Stubler realized he didn’t have full autonomy in his current position, he went full force into entrepreneurship. He talks about how he finds distressed deals, as well as his acquisition approach. Mark emphasizes his customer-minded focus on finding out his clients’ true needs to provide them real value, while still making great returns.

Mark Stubler Real Estate Background:

  • Founder of Joe Homebuyer
  • 5 years of experience
  • Portfolio consist of 100+ flips, & 500+ transactions (wholesale, flip, wholetails)
  • Based in South Jordan, UT
  • Say hi to him at: https://joehomebuyer.com/ 
  • Best Ever Book: The Rhythm of Life

 

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In this episode of “Best of Best Ever” we talk to three ex-pro athletes from the NFL and the NBA. Carl Banks  talks about his biggest business flop, what he took away from that, and his best advice for entrepreneurs. Marvin Washington  gives us practical tips for planning ahead, forming successful habits, and self-reflecting for constant improvement. Lastly, Jay Williams tells us the benefits of creating your own group of board members for accountability and feedback, as well as the importance of reinventing ourselves consistently.

Carl Banks

  • NFL
  • Founded G-III over two decades ago, and responsible for bringing back the iconic starter satin jacket
  • The Carl Banks Foundation - raises money for a variety of causes, most notably autism research
  • Episode #1206

Marvin Washington

  • NFL
  • Crusader for the healing power of cannabis and getting the league to consider the benefits
  • Involved in a hemp-derived CBD product company, Isodiol, where he leads the promotion of their IsoSport line.
  • Episode #1196

Jay Williams

  • NBA
  • Multi-talented ESPN college basketball analyst and motivational speaker
  • Turned a life-altering motorcycle accident into an opportunity to reinvent himself
  • Episode #1169

 


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After buying his first triplex in 2019, Antonio Cucciniello was hooked in the real estate world. In this episode, Antonio and Theo Hicks discuss why it took him so long to jump in and invest, how he grew his business with TikTok through the pandemic, and the 6-step process he teaches to get started faster. 

Antonio Cucciniello  Real Estate Background:

  • Senior Software Engineer on the innovation team at Kinesso
  • 1 year of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consist of 3 rentals, 7 units; 2 duplexes and a triplex
  • Based in Austin, TX
  • Say hi to him at: Investarters  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW_ya0_tg51lnj7VVvfJuXw 
  • TikTok @investarters
  • Best Ever Book: Raising Private Capital

 

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Steve Olson got his start in real estate while still in college, and he never looked back. In this episode, Theo Hicks talks with Steve about the pros of investing in built-to-rent fourplexes. Steve gives us an inside look at the fourplex business model, advantages of fourplexes vs. other real estate investments, and how they ensure they’ll be offering a great deal to their investors. 

Steve Olson Real Estate Background:

  • Director of sales for Fourplex Investment Group (FIG)
  • 17 years of real estate investing experience
  • FIG Portfolio consist of 4000+ units 
  • Based in Salt Lake City, UT
  • Say hi to him at: www.fig.us 
  • Best Ever Book: What it Takes

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Today we’re covering how to make investing simple in just 4 steps, with Theo Hicks and Travis Watts. Theo and Travis talk about the real reasons why you’re not meeting your goals, and how to overcome the “analysis paralysis”. They break down the step-by-step process to help you move the needle forward and take action. 

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In this episode Theo analyzes the Post Pandemic Investment Report by Marcus & Millichap. Tune in to learn about future, post-pandemic trends for commercial real estate as a whole, as well as each individual asset class. 

https://www.marcusmillichap.com/research/special-report/2021/05/post-pandemic-investment-trends-special-report

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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Jumping full-time into real estate right out of college, Rob Mehta’s first move was house hacking. After founding two companies and surviving the 2006 housing crash, Mehta went on to make his biggest deal to date. Tune in to hear a broker’s perspective on rebuilding after the market crash, some similarities, and one major difference he sees in today’s housing environment. 

Rob Mehta Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time real estate investor
  • 10 years of experience
  • Portfolio consist of multifamily apartments
  • Based in Miami, FL
  • Say hi to him at: www.robmehtapartners.com

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After spending 12 years as a management consultant and forming a circle of mentors, Kent decided it was time to start investing in real estate. Starting out as a passive and then active investor, he grew his career by building a portfolio of assets. Learn about how he got people to invest with him while he had little real estate experience, and how he built his portfolio of 440 doors in 3 states in just 5 years. 

Kent Ritter Real Estate Background:

  • Managing Director at the multifamily private equity firm Birge & Held Asset Management
  • 5 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consist of 440 doors in 3 states
  • Based in Indianapolis, IN
  • Say hi to him at: www.kentritter.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Think Again

 

 

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In this episode of Best of the Best Ever, we hear three perspectives on growing your website traffic and conversion rates from Neil Patel, Chris Dayley, and Melissa Johnson. Neil focuses on increasing traffic and conversions by SEO, keyword best practices, and avoiding the #1 mistake people make when building a website. Chris discusses what his company looks for in a strong website and how to minimize your resistance factors to increase your conversions. Lastly, Melissa discusses how she creates and promotes content to drive traffic to her website.

Neil Patel Background:

  • Marketing and online expert 
  • Top Influencer on the Web (Wall Street Journal)
  • Top 10 Online Marketer (Forbes)
  • 100 Most Brilliant Companies in the World (Entrepreneur Magazine)
  • Top 100 Entrepreneur (President Obama)

Chris Dayley Background:

  • VP of site testing and optimization at Disruptive Advertising
  • Started his agency, Dayley Conversion in 2014 that merged with Disruptive Advertising
  • Helps businesses learn what users want on their website, through psychology based testing, and analytics

Melissa Johnson Background:

  • Full time real estate investor, and the Co-Founder of San Antonio InvestHer meetup group
  • 17 years of real estate experience
  • She has completed over 1000 flips, and has a portfolio of rental properties and notes

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In this episode, Scott Meyers talks about his journey through self storage investing. What started as single family rentals quickly turned into self storage for less hassle and more freedom. He discusses the market, underwriting tips, and his secrets for adding value.

Scott Meyers Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate investor for 3 years
  • Portfolio consist of $160 Million in Assets under management - 13,000 self storage doors, 2.2M Square feet in 39 facilities nationwide
  • Based in Indianapolis, IN
  • Say hi to him at: www.selfstorageinvesting.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Traction

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Austin is the owner of Glanzair Properties and 717 Home Buyers. He began his real estate investing journey 3 years ago when he bought his first triplex. Austin talks about how he made his full-time real estate investing goals a reality by living below his means and making his money work for him, instead of constantly working for his money. 

Austin Glanzer Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate investor for 3 years
  • Portfolio consists of 20 wholesales, 4 flips, and 2 house hacks
  • Based in Lancaster, PA
  • Say hi to him at: www.realestatejumpstart.com
  • Best Ever Book: Rich Dad, Poor Dad

 

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Travis and Theo talk about how to find professional mentors and decipher if they’re right for you by listing 3 consistent themes of a good mentor. They discuss the potential downside of selecting the wrong mentor and what an incorrect mentor may look like. 


Best Ever Tweet:

"Books are great, but people are better” -Travis Watts

 

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In this episode, Theo breaks down the results of the CBRE Americas Intentions Survey. Theo talks about the 9 main takeaways from the survey as we look into what is currently happening in commercial real estate as well as potential future trends. 

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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Coming from an online poker career to asking friends and family for funding for a syndication deal, getting creative is nothing new for Dan Odabashian. Dan learned to leverage relationships and go from traditional thinking to looking into alternative asset classes, trying to scale from day 1. He explains how an RV park and campground doubles the cash flow of a mobile home park and how he turned a historic old brewery into a 75-unit luxury apartment community.

Dan Odabashian Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time real estate investor
  • 10 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio ranges from small multi-units to large substantial development projects
  • Based in Albany, NY
  • Say hi to him at: dan@newscotlanddevelopment.com
  • Best Ever Book: Raising Capital For Real Estate

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John McNellis started as a journalism major headed to law school because he did not know what else to do. While practicing business law, he was drawn to business operations and shifted to become a developer. At 29 he started shopping center development and now has over 80 projects in development. More than half of those projects are complete tear-down and renovations. Listen in to hear his advice on the need to specialize in shopping centers, start with tenants, and how to avoid over-leveraging.

John McNellis Real Estate Background:

  • Partner at McNellis Partners
  • Very active in CREI for 40 years
  • Portfolio consists of 80+ projects
  • Based in Palo Alto, CA
  • Say hi to him at: https://mcnellis.com/
  • Best Ever Book: Psychology of Money

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Mike Zlotnik was tired of the rat race in IT and followed his love for real estate full time in 2009. Since then, he has worked as a fund manager, providing his passion, financial acumen, and resourcefulness to his business and coaching clients. Mik discusses the results of COVID-19 and opportunities that have risen in real estate investing. He also speaks about the referral chain that is necessary when you are deciding how active or passive you want to be and with whom.

Mike Zlotnik Real Estate Background:

  • CEO of TF Management Group LLC, fund management company
  • Investor since 2000
  • Manages over $34M AUM
  • Based in Brooklyn, NY
  • Say hi to him at: www.BigMikeFund.com

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With over 30 years of real estate investing experience, Dave Sherbal discusses what it means to follow the cash to find savings and find the waste. Some of his advice today is to take the deals no one else wants – the hairier the better. He speaks on the balance sheet and the importance of due diligence (more than just basics). Finally, he shares the most common areas for optimization in apartment buildings.

Dave Sherbal Real Estate Background:

  • Partner of C2G Asset Management (Cradle to Grave)
  • 30 years real estate investing experience
  • Currently, oversees 5k units and 600k square feet of office & retail.
  • Coral Springs, Florida
  • Say hi to him at: www.c2gcapitalmanagementllc.com & dave@c2gam.com

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From a 4 unit to 22 student housing buildings to 250M in construction, Zach Feldman turned his side hustle into full time with specialization on quality student housing. In this episode, Zack speaks on institutional quality student housing that focuses on the health of the student and the unit. These quality housing solutions have bed to bath parity (4 bed, 4 bath) and the highest rent per square foot. It is easy to raise rents and most leases are guaranteed by parents. Listen in to learn more.

Zach Feldman Real Estate Background:

  • VP of development at Aptitude Development, a premier student housing developer 
  • CEO & Founder of ENJOI 77 HOLDINGS, a real estate investment company specializing in student housing & multifamily investments
  • 6 years of real estate investing experience
  • ENJOI 77 Portfolio consist of 22 properties with 200 units owned
  • Aptitude Development: 1,500 beds
  • Based in NYC, New York
  • Say hi to him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zacharyrfeldman/
  • Best Ever Book: The Triumph of the City

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Today Theo and Travis are sharing their mistakes so you don't make them.  From doing due diligence and finding good team members to finding mentors and teaching their children, listen for things to know before investing in real estate. 

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Theo Hicks continues the conversation on what you should know before becoming a real estate syndicator. In the previous episode of Syndication School, Theo talks about the reasons you may elect not to passively invest in real estate syndications. Today he discusses 5 things to consider before deciding real estate syndication is for you. 

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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Derek Peterson is the owner at Adapt Media Agency, a full service digital marketing agency that helps syndicators grow their brand online. He began investing in real estate in the mid 2000s. Derek talks about the 3 most effective ways to position yourself as an authority in the syndication space, as well as the one area that new syndicators often get wrong. 

Derek Peterson Real Estate Background:

  • Owner of Digital Marketing Agency
  • Agency that helps syndicators grow their brand online
  • 10 years of real estate experience
  • Based in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Say hi to him at:  https://adaptmediaagency.com/

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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.

Direct download: JF_2461_Pili_Yarusi__.mp3
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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.

Direct download: JF_2460_Aaron_Norris.mp3
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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

Direct download: JF_2457_Anthony_and_Cameron_Christiansen.mp3
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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

Direct download: JF_2456_Ketan_Patel.mp3
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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

Direct download: JF_2455_Anton_Ivanov.mp3
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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.

Direct download: JF_2454_Eng_Taing.mp3
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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.

Direct download: JF_2453_Dan_Tokayer.mp3
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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

Direct download: JF_2450_Bronson_Hill.mp3
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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  

Direct download: JF_2449_Bill_Ham.mp3
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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

Direct download: JF_2448_Dan_Rusado.mp3
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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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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.

Direct download: JF_2443_Andy_Heller.mp3
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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.

Direct download: JF_2439_Lucas_Weismann.mp3
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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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Best Ever Tweet:

“Once you do enough marketing, you build a relationship with them and they are able to trust you.”- James Condasami

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Growing up, Chris didn’t have much, but his mom taught him to dream big. With her help, he opened a skateboard and snowboard shop when he was just 16. After the dot-com bubble crash, he got a job at Wall Street and soon became a top financial advisor.

In 2006, Chris did his first flip and went on to do a few more deals until the Great Recession of 2008. At that moment, he had just purchased a dilapidated building and had his girlfriend move in with him. At the same time, he was just one mortgage payment away from bankruptcy. He experienced both wild successes and crashes throughout his career, and now he mentors others on wealth-building and the secrets of the rich.

Chris Naugle  Real Estate Background:

  • Co-founder and CEO of FlipOut Academy, The Money School, and Money Mentor
  • 16 years of real estate investing experience
  • Portfolio consists of 500+ real estate deals - flips, wholesales, rentals
  • Based in Buffalo, NY
  • Say hi to him at: www.chrisnaugle.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Profit First

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Changing one thing, adding one step to your life changes everything” - Chris Naugle.

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Today Theo and Travis will be sharing about investing in cash flow vs. equity gain. Theo and Travis discuss the pros and cons, as well as compare the two. 80% of people in the United States are probably in the mindset of investing for equity gains: the "buy low, sell high" mentality. The bigger picture is when your passive income streams exceed your lifestyle expenses, you have financial independence, time freedom. At the end of the day, you have flexibility.

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 6 Multifamily strategies that will succeed in the future. Greg Willet presented the six investing ideas and tactics to implement in 2021. The advice is mostly based on the reaction to the recession that occurred after the pandemic. The first tactic is to focus on the markets that outperformed the national average from a rental perspective. The second tactic, don’t bank on a flight to quality. The third tactic is to explore a low capital value add strategy. The fourth tactic is to test out new operational strategies to determine what works today because what works now most likely did not work before. The fifth tactic: focus on renewals to obtain high-quality residents. The last tactic is to make sure you’re focusing your assets of branding and marketing on lifestyle-related factors such as customer service, appearance, ease of living at the property, location, and less on the actual pricing factors.

Listen to this episode to know more about these six strategies.

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Ward is a dedicated and exemplary property owner who takes opportunities to the next level. He spent nine years working as a salesperson selling chemicals when he decided to put fate into his hands by building a business by acquiring a real-estate in bankruptcy. Ward started to take off from there up to the point where his commercial real-estate products reached almost half a million square feet! Through his patience, wisdom, and placing importance in relationship building, Ward sheds light on how he best utilized these opportunities.

 

Ward Schraeder Real Estate Background:

  • Develops commercial properties; primarily medical facilities
  • 35 years of real estate experience 
  • Portfolio consists of 50,000 sq ft of medical office space, 50,000 sq ft of rental properties, 2,000 acres of land holdings, and flipped 18 commercial properties
  • Based in Kansas City, KS
  • Say hi to him at: www.wardschraeder.com
  • Best Ever Book: “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas J. Stanley

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Best Ever Tweet:

“My life has been mostly taking advantage of opportunities.” –Ward Schraeder

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Matthew started his real estate journey at 16 when he purchased a two-family home with his grandmother’s money. Four years later, he bought another property that was a challenge to manage. That experience taught him a lot of lessons that he applied later in his career.

With two other partners, he acquired a two-family house that he managed and renovated. After buying several more units, getting a construction license, and founding a property management agency, they were still looking for new opportunities. That’s when Matthew met a new investor and future partner who helped them take the business to a new level.

 

Matthew Tortoriello Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time real estate investor and property manager
  • 25+ years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 250 units, flipped 100, & wholesaled over 200
  • Based in Springfield, Mass
  • Say hi to him at: www.yellowbrick.org 
  • Best Ever Book: Recession Proof RE Investing

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Don’t focus on learning everything because you’ll never learn everything. You’ll learn a lot along the way” - Matthew Tortoriello.

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In this #SkillsetSunday episode, Stace Caseria talks about the importance of trust. You can increase the trustworthiness of your brand by understanding its 4 fundamental parts.

Stace describes how trust works for a real estate professional who’s looking to reach out to a new lead for the first time ever. He also talks about the ways to make a brand or a business sound authentic and how to market your services on a whole different level.

 

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 passive investor in a syndication
  • Based in Boston, MA
  • Say hi to him at: www.trustdeepagency.com 
  • Best Ever Book: The Speed of Trust 

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

You can’t build trust with smoke and mirrors because eventually you’ll get caught” - Stace Caseria

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Jonathan got his real estate start in a family fix-and-flip business. As he was growing up, family dinners resembled business meetings a lot. After the last recession, Jonathan decided to join it full-time since good jobs were hard to come by. Thanks to his deep involvement in the business, he had a chance to learn every facet of real estate.

After separating from the fix-and-flip business, Jonathan and his brother started a new company focusing on multifamily buildings. Last November, he bought his first large multifamily unit in Kansas City, and this year he closed the deal on a 72-door house in Oklahoma City. 

Jonathan Barr  Real Estate Background:

  • Full time real estate investor
  • 11 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 14 unit building, 72 unit building, a commercial property, and has been involved in 400+ flips
  • Based in Los Angeles, CA
  • Say hi to him at: www.JB2investments.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Psychology of money 

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“Start bigger sooner” - Jonathan Barr.

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John grew up in a blue-collar area just outside of Pittsburg; his family had coal miner and farmer roots. At the age of 24, John graduated college with $200k worth of student debt. By the age of 30, John had a wife and two kids to take care of, and the same student debt to pay off.

Real estate turned it all around for him. His goal was to attain $20k in passive income, and he pursued it one house after another while having a full-time job as a chiropractor. Later he wrote a book called “The Wealthy Gardner” where he talked about winning financially and taught others life lessons on prosperity.

 

John Soforic Real Estate Background:

  • Attained a net passive income of 20,000/month
  • Now a full-time property manager and author
  • 25 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 110 doors freely owned (no loans), and has flipped 75 properties while working full-time
  • Based in Mount Pleasant, PA
  • Say hi to him at: www.wealthygardener.com 
  • Best Ever Book: The Checklist Manifesto

 

 

 

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Best Ever Tweet:

“I stopped reading books that I liked. I stopped watching TV that I liked. You sacrifice.” - John Soforic.

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Today Theo and Travis will be sharing experiences and stories about investing in syndications. They want to ensure no one ever wants to invest in syndications. It's good to give the alternative perspective because things aren't just black and white, or good or bad in terms of investing. There are people that make money doing a lot of different things. There's no perfect investment -- there are always risks. There is definitely a risk in communication and reporting of financials.

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 five evolutionary ideas for your business. We are going to take advice from Joe Fairless, as he talks about  five lessons about things that you need to do once you have reached a certain size in your business which are, Number one is reduce your liability as a syndicator by hiring an in person compliance expert. Number two is set clear expectations and provide motivation for your team members,. Step number three, is to create a fund for better returns to your investors, Number four is to focus on your investing business, by hiring other people to maintain and grow your thought leadership platform. number five is how to overcome that success paradox which is to find three trusted colleagues to provide you with honest feedback. Let’s listen to this episode for these 5 lessons.

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Terry is the author of the Wiley publication "The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice." Since 1997, he has been the chairman of Apartment Loan Store and Business Loan Store, two mortgage banking companies specializing in commercial loans in all 50 states. He has worked as a top producer for Lasalle Bank and Lehman Brothers, and he is well-known for his excellent investment consultations and strategies. Terry has been speaking about commercial real estate investing and lending to commercial real estate investor groups and real estate experts worldwide for the past 18 years. In today's episode, Terry will be going into details about the ways to find investors in real estate.

 

Terry Painter Real Estate Background:

  • President and founder of Apartment and Business Loan Store
  • Owned real estate investments for over 40 years
  • Portfolio consist of 2 rentals and currently seeking multifamily properties
  • Based in Portland, OR
  • Say hi to him at: www.apartmentloanstore.com 
  • Best Ever Book: "The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice"

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Best Ever Tweet:

"Don't talk about what-ifs. Talk about it from what you've either done in the past or what you plan to do." – Terry Painter

Direct download: JF_2422_Terry_Painter.mp3
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Jordan is a Real Estate Investor, Host of the Austin Real Estate Investing Podcast, and the owner of the Moorhead Team. He has been an entrepreneur since he was a kid and got into real estate investing before he got a realtor's license. He focuses on growing his business, investing in real estate, and helping others get started in real estate. In total, Jordan and the Moorhead Team have acquired 29 units along with syndications. In today’s episode, Jordan will go into the details about single families, multi-families, turn-key, and his real estate background.

 

Jordan Nicholas Moorhead Real Estate Background:

  • Full-time realtor and investor
  • 5 years of real estate investing experience
  • Portfolio consist of 25 units and 3 syndications
  • Based in Austin, TX
  • Say hi to him at: www.themoorheadteam.kw.com 
  • Best Ever Book: The Lifestyle Investor

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Best Ever Tweet:

“It's very hard to find houses for people to buy. It's very easy to find people who want to buy houses.” – Jordan Nicholas Moorhead

Direct download: JF_2421_Jordan_Moorhead.mp3
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In the course of his career, Jason has trained thousands of investors and 42 acquisition teams around the nation. His specialty is creating an off-market blueprint to grab motivated seller leads in 30+ ways as opposed to the typical 5 ways that everybody uses.

This mentality allows investors to be seen as a solution in the eyes of the seller, often resulting in cash transactions on the spot and a mutually beneficial business relationship.

 

Jason Palliser Real Estate Background: 

  • Full-time real estate investor & hedge fund acquisitions consultant
  • 25 years of real estate experience
  • Has personally closed over 3,000
  • Based in St. Pete, FL
  • Say hi to him at: www.2dayblueprint.com 
  • Previous guest on JF1749

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Best Ever Tweet:

“If there’s a cause you need help with, we’re always happy to help.” - Jason Palliser.

Direct download: JF_2420_Jason_Palliser_.mp3
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In college, Dave took a class on building an eco house. That’s when he fell in love with architecture, engineering, energy efficiency, and building in general.

Dave’s life took many unexpected turns. He spent several years in Bolivia learning the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. After that, he worked for a nonprofit organization that introduced him to fundraising. Over time, he partnered with his friends and family to start his real estate business. Now he’s a triple threat - a commercial broker, a syndicator, and an owner of a property management company.

Dave Holman  Real Estate Background:

  • Commercial broker, syndicator, and owner of a property management company
  • 9 years of real estate experience
  • Portfolio consists of 94 units across 14 buildings approximately valued at $11M
  • Based in Brunswick, ME
  • Say hi to him at: www.holmanhomes.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Investment Biker 

 

 

 

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“A commercial broker might misprice a residential property just like a residential broker might misprice a commercial property  ” - Dave Holman.

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Hemal spent two decades traveling between three continents as he provided management consulting services to several fortune 100 companies. Several years ago he decided to hang up his traveling boots and join the financial world, which led him to real estate. He was both a passive and active investor, and now his portfolio consists of close to 600 apartments. His focus was multifamily syndication, and now he’s expanding to other classes as well. Thanks to his diverse background in business and management, Hemal was able to scale his company into a billion dollar business very quickly.

Hemal Badiani Real Estate Background:

  • Sr. Vice President in the Financial Space
  • 8 Years of real estate investing experience 
  • Portfolio consist of actively sponsoring or managing close to 600 apartments
  • Based in Charlotte, NC 
  • Say hi to him at: www.exponential-equity.com 
  • Best Ever Book: Indestructible 

 

 

 

 

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“A vision for a million-dollar company is different from a vision for a billion-dollar company ” - Hemal Badiani.

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