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Learning from the Best in Real Estate Business and Beyond. I love talking to successful people, and asking them for advice and tips on business and life. I'm very blessed to have an amazing network. They say your Network is your Net Worth, and it's true. If you want to learn more from these successful people, listen in. Learn more at www.yonahweiss.com
 
At Real Estate Investor MBA we strive to provide valuable information from various experts within business, government and the real estate investment community, covering real-time market and economic information as well as reviewing various real estate investing niches. We aim to be relevant, straightforward and forthcoming with actionable information for the community.
 
Are you a real estate investor in Chicago or someone looking to invest in the Chicagoland Market? If so, this podcast is for you! We break down the neighborhoods, different sides of the city, and surrounding suburbs so you can understand the uniqueness of investing in Chicago real estate. The hosts and guests are Chicago investors and Property Managers who are making it happen in and around the Windy City. We share information, winning strategies, obstacles, success stories, and most importa ...
 
Welcome to the Edified Equity Thought Leadership Platform! Here we focus on Educating People about Investing in Multifamily Apartment Communities as a Passive (Equity) Owners. We focus on all of the unique Benefits associated with being a Passive Owner. Primary Goal: Educate Investors on the Benefits of, Passively, Investing in and Owning Multifamily Apartment Complexes in an effort to provide them with an optimal alternative to the traditional investments. This channel Will Help You underst ...
 
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The word "taxes" inspires fear from all types of investors, but especially in Chicago. From income tax, to property tax, we’re paying a lot. Depreciation is one of Real Estate’s greatest benefits, and there is a way to maximize that benefit immediately. Cost Seg Kev is here today to explain what cost segregation is and how it can be used to offset …
 
In this episode, Yonah Weiss sits down with us for an interview to share valuable information pertaining to Cost Segregation and how real estate investors can take advantage of this. During the interview we cover the following topics, just to name a few:- What is cost segregation and why is it beneficial to real estate investors?- Is cost segregati…
 
In this episode, Yosef Lee sits down with us for an interview to share with us how he went from 0 to 44 units on his first real estate deal. You got to check this interview out! During the interview we cover the following topics, just to name a few:✅ Shares his reason why he started in real estate and why straight to larger multifamily buildings.✅ …
 
A discussion on criminal justice reform with Rashawn Ray, a David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Governance Studies at Brookings, and Brent Orrell, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, who led the Brookings-AEI Working Group on Criminal Justice Reform. The working group issued the report “A better path forward for criminal justice,” fea…
 
Introverts have to network too. Fortunately, there are plenty of introvert-friendly ways to do it! Even if you’re not a showperson, even if the thought of “networking” makes you cringe, there is a way to make connections. Best of all? You don’t have to wander *too* far out of your comfort zone. Today, we share a few ways to network that don’t feel …
 
Webinars can be the best sales asset in your business. But if they’re not working, it’s time to tweak your ‘nique! As the co-founder of WebinarNinja, Omar has hosted hundreds of webinars. He’s attended hundreds more. Over the years, he’s learned what works, what doesn’t, and how to optimize your presentation for results. Today, he shares the 3 most…
 
AdaPia d’Errico is a passionate and visionary executive with extensive experience across countries and cultures in both established and start-up environments. She oversees Alpha Investing's growth strategy with an emphasis on investor growth and relations. Previously, AdaPia was Chief Marketing Officer at Patch of Land, one of the first real estate…
 
Dentists who digitally transform their dental practice with cloud-based software can operate more efficiently and profitably. What does this mean? It’s a system of resources without direct active management by the user, which means more time to focus on your practice. On today's episode of The Art of Dental Finance and Management podcast, Art meets…
 
Starting a SaaS business? Plan for success. Decisions you make early on can limit or expand your company’s potential. To give your software the best chance at the biggest market share, you have to create the space to grow! Today, we explain how. When we started our own software business, we did a few things right from Day One. We also did a few thi…
 
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday podcast, Michael Novogradac, CPA, is joined by his partner Tom Boccia, CPA, to discuss the historic tax credit (HTC) equity market, including the impact of shifting from a one- to a five-year credit, how the COVID-19 pandemic affected pricing and the importance of geography and asset classes. They also discuss the …
 
The best way to be an influencer? Earn the trust of the influential. Making a good name for yourself starts with trust. But too many people (and brands) try to earn trust in ways that are superficial, or too focused on demonstrating their value. Today’s guest teacher, Jon Levy, believes there’s a better way. It’s less about proving yourself, and mo…
 
Before becoming a real estate entrepreneur, KeePon Cashflow's founder Billy Keels worked in the corporate world. In fact, he was one of the best "corporate soldiers" you'd ever want to meet. Billy says that he was happy enough in his J.O.B., but something was missing. An emptiness and longing for a different life chewed on him, pulling him to what …
 
Has your company been asked to sponsor an online event? Once your business has a certain reach, online event planners will notice. They’ll come to you with offers to sponsor an online conference, seminar, or other event — and promise serious brand exposure for you. Is it really a good investment? It’s Q&A Wednesday Monday, and we’re talking to a li…
 
Michael Ham is the "Coolest Guy in Title Insurance." He is a commercial sales executive for Fidelity National Title Group. He is also the host/producer of The Morning Spotlight podcast, gracing our mornings since May of 2020. Through podcasting, Michael has expanded his network in ways he never thought he could. Who would have thought that Podcasti…
 
In this episode, Gene Trowbridge sits down with us for an interview to share his vast knowledge of how to raise capital legally for your real estate deals. During the interview we cover the following topics, just to name a few:- Gene provides a succinct history of 506 Regulation D and why it came into existence.- Details on when to begin the PPM pr…
 
More than one in ten mothers of young children left their jobs due to child-care responsibilities at some point in 2020. That’s one of ten facts in a new report from The Hamilton Project at Brookings titled, “Ten economic facts on how mothers spend their time,” which is the theme of this Mother’s Day weekend episode of the Brookings Cafeteria. Laur…
 
No matter how well your small business grows, it will stop. Not permanently, but definitely. You could be growing steadily for years before it happens, but it will happen. It’s happened to us. It happens to everyone! For whatever reason, the needles just stop moving, and nothing you try seems to work. But there’s always a way forward. Today, we exp…
 
What does Chicago look like from an economist’ perspective and why should investors care? Today, Dr. Joseph Pagliari explains some of his economic thesis related to Illinois’ long term fiscal issues that are top of mind for so many investors. He provides options Illinois might have to address these issues, but are they specific to only Chicago or a…
 
As your business scales, you’ll need more customer support. There are companies out there that can handle it for you. Easy, right? Just pay a fee, and let someone else answer questions, troubleshoot, and otherwise deal with your customers for you. But is it a good idea? By outsourcing support, do you give up something besides the workload? We appro…
 
Reed Goossens is a real estate entrepreneur and Managing Partner of Wildhorn Capital. As a native Australian, Reed moved to the U.S. to pursue his investing career in early 2012. Reed's expertise includes project management, property development, and key stakeholder management. At Wildhorn, he is responsible for asset management and all things fina…
 
Are you tired of working from home? It’s not just you. While it seemed great at first (and there are lots of upsides), it can get old. That’s even more true if you don’t actively design a WFH lifestyle that maintains clear boundaries. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener cope with the distractions. It’s all there: your TV, your couch,…
 
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday podcast, Michael Novogradac, CPA, is joined by his partners Brad Elphick, CPA, and Rebecca Darling, CPA, to discuss steps that community development entities (CDEs) and qualified businesses should be taking now to prepare for the next new markets tax credit (NMTC) application round. They discuss the timing of the n…
 
What are some common mistakes that cause investors to overpay for an investment property? Connect with Mark and Tom: StraightUpChicagoInvestor.com Email the Show: StraightUpChicagoInvestor@gmail.com Guest: Rosario Terracciano | ClickInvest ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of Straight Up Chicago Investor 2021.…
 
Is your business idea…any good? If the answer is “no,” you don’t want to find out the hard way! That’s why validation is one of the most important steps you can take before investing too much into a product or service. A business isn’t just a hobby or a passion. It has to be profitable to be sustainable. Today, we explain how to do just enough mark…
 
Keith co-founded Gelt, Inc. in 2008 and has since been involved in the acquisition of over $1.5 billion in real estate assets. Initially focused on multi-family housing, Keith co-founded Domuso and spearheaded Gelt's expansion into manufactured homes, self-storage, and early-stage venture capital. He oversees all of Gelt's operations, marketing, in…
 
Let’s get your financial house in order! Today’s episode is a very special one. Omar sat down for a chat with Michelle Brownstein, a Certified Financial Planner from Personal Capital. Together, Omar and Michelle discuss the big financial questions every entrepreneur needs to answer: How do you prepare for financial downturns and personal emergencie…
 
Esther Reizes-Lowenbein has redefined the face of real estate by offering professional and on-demand service. Esther services the commercial real estate market as a realtor, investor, and syndicator. She has successfully closed over 300 million dollars in commercial transactions thus far. She is recognized as a "serial net-worker" and has a knack a…
 
Three people involved in addressing climate change through girls’ and gender-equal education share their insights and policy ideas about how a green learning agenda can help address the climate crisis through education. Christina Kwauk is a nonresident fellow in the Center for Universal Education at Brookings; Lucia Fry is director of research and …
 
How far can a side hustle take you? Pretty far, apparently. Nick Loper started building a business on the side, ultimately earning $550,000 in total revenue. That number includes the sale of the business, once it became valuable enough. How did he do it? Today, we take a break from our usual programming to bring you an extended interview with Nick …
 
It’s the sale before the sale. When most of us think lead generation, we think freebies. Marketing content, free trials, free plans, etc. But what if that’s not the best way to create customers? What if making people pay their way into your funnel works out better? It just might. Today, we explain how getting someone to reach into their pocket is a…
 
Your blog isn’t only for marketing. Or it doesn’t have to be, anyway. For a little supplemental income, you can convert your blog into a revenue-generator. It doesn’t take a ton of time or resources, and it won’t affect your marketing. But it works! Today, we share a few ways to pull this off. With some relatively simple options, you can earn more …
 
As the Founder and President at Intuitive Management Partners, Whitney leads and defines company growth initiatives and expansion opportunities. Whitney's role includes overseeing acquisitions through financial analysis, capital markets, asset management, and brokerage engagements. [00:01 – 04:15] Opening Segment Whitney talks about how her company…
 
On today's episode of The Art of Dental Finance and Management podcast, Art meets with Dennis Kushner, principal of Fordham Road Collaborative Group. Art and Dennis discuss national and global economic issues affecting dentists including: • Inflation • Interest rates • Pandemic challenges • Global influences • Potential tax legislation • National d…
 
What makes people buy knowledge? A course or other training-based product is different. It’s not like selling a T-shirt or car. To sell guidance, you need a reliable system for finding the people who need it, and earning their trust. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener do just that. This listener has multiple courses available throug…
 
In this week’s Tax Credit Tuesday podcast, Michael Novogradac, CPA, is joined by Novogradac partner Tom Boman, CPA, and Novogradac principal Reza Karim, CPA, to discuss best practices for renewable energy property owners, investors, developers and operators to maximize the benefits of state and local tax incentives and exclusions. They’ll discuss v…
 
Money is everything. It’s not superficial to admit this. If you don’t have enough money, you can’t even start to work on fixing other problems. And one way or another, all your problems cost money to fix. This is reality, not materialism. That includes the most un-material things: health, emotional and mental well-being, and spirituality. It all ta…
 
Jason Stofer attended Golden Gate University, graduating in 2007 with a BS in Computer Information System and then a Master’s in Business Administration in 2016. He has worked for exceptional companies such as Chevron, Inc., General Electric, and Williams-Sonoma, Inc. He recently became an Owner/Operator in a 15,500 SQ FT storage facility in Columb…
 
Mr. Eitingon is the co-founder of DXE Properties. He serves as the acquisitions and financing leads for the firm, with over 10 years of experience in both. Prior to DXE, Josh founded JAE Property Group. JAE was born with his first real estate investment, a 20-unit distressed property in Cincinnati, OH. He is also a Chamber of Commerce award recipie…
 
Are you your best? Is your team their best? We understand: “Best” can be tough to define. Fortunately, we’ve got an expert in personal improvement and optimization: Michael Solomon. He’s here with a lesson on how to reach your highest potential — and get your team there, too. Hint: it’s all about quality feedback. As Solomon explains, everyone need…
 
John T Pugh, II is the Managing Partner at Pugh Management. They help family offices craft tailor-made real estate strategies, co-invest with other family offices, and manage development projects to increase returns and satisfaction. John was an Architect, and with his experience in that field, he brought in a different perspective on redevelopment…
 
In this episode, Fuquan Bilal sits down with us for an interview to share some great information about how he is able to buy real estate at a discount in this current real estate market. During the interview we cover the following topics, just to name a few:- We talk about adversity and how your purpose and your passion can fuel your perseverance.-…
 
Richard Bush, whose experience with Taiwan spans decades, discusses his new book, “Difficult Choices: Taiwan’s quest for security and the good life,” just published by the Brookings Institution Press. Also, David Wessel offers his thoughts on the Federal Reserve's approach to inflation, calling it a "big deal." Show notes and transcript: Follow Bro…
 
Let’s be clear: time off is an investment in your team. When people don’t have enough downtime, their work reaches a point of diminishing returns. But how do you know what’s “enough?” And how can you track and manage off-time for the whole team? We have some experience with this. With a remote team of dozens spread across four continents, we know h…
 
One of the most important allies to an investor is the broker they work with. Gloria Weikert runs the X-Plus team and has a specialty in helping clients buy investment properties. In today’s episode, Gloria gives some insight on what it takes to win deals in a competitive market that go past just offering more money; breakdowns of different neighbo…
 
You need feedback. It’s the only way to measure customer satisfaction and improve your product. If you’re not asking how you’re doing, you can expect trouble down the road. But it takes so much time…. It doesn’t have to! Today, we share a few ways you can gather the data you need without sucking up too many hours. With the right systems in place, y…
 
Today's guests are Kelly Stinson, a.k.a. "#ThePottyPrincess," and Anselmo "Duke of Toilets" Torres III. Kelly is the National Sales Manager, while Anselmo is the National Account Manager at Sustainability Solutions (SAS). They are both passionate advocates of conserving water. Together they help property owners reduce water and sewer consumption, a…
 
Can non-tech people run successful tech startups? It’s a common question. As co-founder of a SaaS business, our host Omar is a pretty good example of what non-techies can do in the software game. But he’s not doing it alone, of course. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping one listener who’s got the basics in place. There’s a software product, a so…
 
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