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Are you ready for the best real estate investing advice ever? Welcome to the world's longest running, DAILY real estate investing podcast hosted by Joe Fairless. Joe went from buying $35,000 single family homes to controlling over $610,000,000 worth of large apartment communities in under a decade. Join Joe as he interviews flippers, renters, builders, passive investors, and many other successful professionals ready to give you their Best Ever advice without the fluff. Plus, tune in every Fr ...
 
The FlipNerd Real Estate Investing Classroom podcast brings together experts from across the industry to teach you cutting edge real estate investing tips and advice. From leaders like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors and leaders like Michael Blank, Greg Reid, Nate Armstrong, Kent Clothier, Matt Andrews, Matt Theriault, Jason Hartman, Justin Williams, Duncan Wierman, Larry Goins, Tom Krol, Todd Toback and many more. Whether you're new or a veteran real estate investor, and whether you're ...
 
The FlipNerd Real Estate Investing Classroom podcast brings together experts from across the industry to teach you cutting edge real estate investing tips and advice. From leaders like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors and leaders like Michael Blank, Greg Reid, Nate Armstrong, Kent Clothier, Matt Andrews, Matt Theriault, Jason Hartman, Justin Williams, Duncan Wierman, Larry Goins, Tom Krol, Todd Toback and many more. Whether you're new or a veteran real estate investor, and whether you're ...
 
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Today Theo and Travis will be making a case for multifamily real estate as an asset class. This episode builds on previous episodes of the Actively Passive podcast that covered various industry reports and showcased in-depth information about the multifamily market. This time, Theo and Travis are explaining why multifamily real estate is a great ch…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares three valuable tips that will help you maximize your profits and build trust with potential investors. These tips were originally used specifically for the crowdfunding environment. However, they can be easily adapted for raising capital in other ways. To listen to other Syndication School se…
 
From the music industry to IT, and then to real estate, Frank has always been fond of receiving education and learning something new. While working in IT, he picked up a few properties on the side. In 2011, he walked away from the corporate world and became a full-time investor. Back then, he started by utilizing the power of tried and true methods…
 
Like many other real estate investors, Mike started his journey at a corporate 9 to 5 job. His buddy suggested branching out and becoming a landlord. Since then, has Mike grown his portfolio and has now become a property manager. Most of his properties were built before the 1940s, and few construction companies in the area could handle that kind of…
 
John cut his teeth as a traditional real estate broker. He escaped the “hamster wheel” of chasing sales thanks to a mentor who put him on the fast track to investing. That paradigm shift made him see licensed agents as problem-solvers for homeowners rather than just salespeople. Now John teaches real estate agents how to leverage their license into…
 
Gary Beasley is the Co-Founder and CEO of RoofStock, a real estate investment marketplace. He was a previous guest on episode where he shared more of his journey and start into real estate but today he is going to share a sticky situation where he was in the middle of a deal and lost his funding while in the middle of it and only had one month left…
 
Gary’s father’s death pushed him into the real estate investment path. In 2007, he emigrated to Canada from the UK, and that’s when he got serious about doing real estate full-time. Utilizing his electrical engineering background, Gary became an owner and a contractor of several single-family properties. Through joint venturing, he managed to creat…
 
Today Theo and Travis will discuss the importance of thinking about the exit strategy before entering a deal. In a way, this is not the topic that gets covered often since most investors are not thinking ahead far enough. However, selling the asset is a vital part of the investment process. Travis gives an example of how something that looks like a…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares some of the best practices used by Ted Greene, the Investor Relations Manager of Spartan Investment Group. Theo shares several techniques that’ll help you build trust and form a relationship with potential passive investors. Many syndicators have been in the business for such a long time that…
 
In 2008, Gustavo’s wife got her real estate license. Seeing how well she was doing, Gustavo followed her in 2010. He was doing the real estate hustle part-time as he was still working as a Microsoft Senior Engineer. In 2013, he went full time, and in 2015 he transitioned into inside sales. Now his agents utilize Facebook to get motivated leads, mak…
 
Brian’s first experience with real estate started when he purchased his first house after reading Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”. As an active duty Marine, Brian was relocated every couple of years. Every time he moved, he added a new single-family home to his portfolio. In 2016, he did the math and found out that he was nowhere close to his passi…
 
Matthew is a returning guest from episode and today he talks about figuring out new ways to accomplish old goals. Matt has been a full-time investor for 15 years and in that time has successfully completed projects involving dozens of fix and flips, office buildings, single-family homes, and apartment buildings. Matt Faircloth Real Estate Backgroun…
 
Paul has 7 years of real estate investing experience and currently completes 30-50 fix and flips per year. He also teaches students how to fix and flip and how they can create wealth with rentals to change their life. Paul Tompkins Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor with his wife Kelsey 7 years of real estate investing experienc…
 
After leaving the Marine Corps, Megan used the GI Bill to finance her MBA. With her savings, she and her husband invested in their first house. When they moved into their second home, they rented it out and then sold it. They acquired and flipped several types of properties since then. A career in real estate gave Megan the flexibility she needed t…
 
Today Theo and Travis will be sharing a list of 5 risk profiles in real estate. And while these risk profiles are the same for any real estate, the hosts will be focusing specifically on multifamily properties. The list ranges from A-list properties located in the country’s top markets that are considered to be cash flow properties to buildings tha…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares a list of markets that experienced the highest rent growth in 2020. These markets performed well because of the migration trends we discussed several episodes ago. Due to Coronavirus and the increased possibilities that remote work allows nowadays, many young professionals are moving from exp…
 
A divorce moved Kevin to change his career path. After working in retail, he decided to try himself in the financial sector working with mortgages. In 2007, he started a Done For You Real Estate company together with his three friends. They make investing in real estate easy by educating their clients about the market and guiding them through the c…
 
Noah Rosenfarb is a full-time investor who counsels entrepreneurs that are looking for ways to enhance their wealth while working less, living more, and enjoying abundance. He has 20 years of real estate investment experience and believes that owning fractional pieces in large assets is an excellent tool to create multiple passive income streams. N…
 
Sterling is a multifamily investor specializing in value-add apartments in Indianapolis and other Midwestern markets. With just over a decade of experience in the real estate industry, Sterling was involved with the management of over $10MM in capital, which is deployed across a $18.9MM real estate portfolio made up of multifamily apartments. In to…
 
Lee Kiser was on a previous episode so make sure to go listen to get his best ever advice on that episode. A little bit about Lee, he is a principal and managing broker of Kiser Group, and today he will be sharing with you which option you should focus on, single vs multifamily investing. Lee Kiser Real Estate Background: Principle and Managing Bro…
 
Dave Seymour was a firefighter for 16 years and is now a full-time real estate investor who also was on the A&E’s hit TV show “Flipping Boston”. Dave has done millions in real estate transactions and now manages a 100 million dollar fund investing in multi-family. Dave Seymour Real Estate Background: A firefighter for 16 years and now is a full-tim…
 
Today Theo and Travis will be talking about being a passive investor in fund deals and individual deals. They’ll be discussing them from a factual point of view. Hopefully, this detailed comparison will help you figure out which deals are right for you and your real estate business. We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of a…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares 6 insightful tips on how to scale your multifamily real estate business in the best way possible. The paths you can take will vary depending on your personal goals and business objectives, but Theo’s advice will be helpful no matter if you work all by yourself, have partners, or employees. It…
 
Peak Financing CEO, Anton Mattli, has decades of experience in commercial and investment banking, private equity, and commercial real estate. Throughout his career, he and his team have closed over 5 billion commercial transactions. Anton Mattli Real Estate Background: CEO of Peak Financing He has 20 years of real estate experience Personal portfol…
 
Elisa Zhang is the owner/principal of 1000+ unit apartment buildings via 1031 exchange and syndication. After quitting her day job to invest in real estate full-time, she is passionate about teaching others to do the same. She now focuses her time and expertise on helping typical nine-to-fivers to quit their job in 10 years or less. Elisa Zhang Rea…
 
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