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You’re never too old to try something new. That is what Yishai Breslauer proved when he took the leap and left his job as a teacher of 13 years to become a real estate entrepreneur. In the real estate industry, there are many people like Yishai who took that massive decision to change careers. Aside from being an investor, Yishai is now a developer…
 
What kind of investor are you? Are you an active investor or a passive one? Which one pays the highest return? There are a lot of kinds of investors out there but ultimately how you position your investments matters. In today’s episode, we speak with the founder of Fortress Federation Investments Rick Martin. Rick talks about his life as a starving…
 
To succeed in the real estate business, one needs to establish an effective system that will help in the process of securing a deal. Nowadays, technology offers investors a lot of options to cope up with the work required in the business. Today, we speak to Fritz Ritter and he talks about the system he uses so he can get in touch with a lot of poss…
 
Closing over $100 million deals in real estate last year may sound impossible especially with the situation we are in – recession and a global health crisis. But, with the right mindset and values, this can be achieved. In part two of this series, Whitney Sewell talks about how he and the team were able to close over $100 million deals despite the …
 
How do you start your day? Did you know that how you begin your mornings is a factor that can contribute to your success? In a series of videos, Whitney Sewell talks about things that helped him closed deals of almost $100 million last year even amid a pandemic. In part one of this video series, Whitney shares how getting up early and structuring y…
 
A few weeks ago, Texas suffered unexpected cold weather which brought several issues such as power, water, and a lot more. As for one real estate investor, he faced one of the worst scenarios a real investor could ever face – 300 out of his 6,000 units had frozen pipes. In part two of our conversation with Michael Becker, an industry powerhouse, he…
 
Real estate faces many challenges all the time. Natural calamities, recession, and even global health crisis affect the industry. Thus, it is important to be prepared for any downturns. Today, we speak to Michael Becker and he shares with us his experience in Texas and how he overcame different challenges. In part one of our conversation with Micha…
 
Strategies are important in making a deal succeed in real estate. There are many strategies available for you to choose from so you can make sure that you will profit at the end of the day. In today’s episode, we take a look at the “Buy On The Line, Then Move The Line” strategy with developer Victor Menasce. Victor details how this strategy can sec…
 
Working with a broker is an essential step to secure a successful deal in real estate. Commercial real estate investor Alex Olson describes getting the attention of a broker in any market as both an art and a science. Today we dig deep on how to get a broker’s attention in a hot market with the help of Alex. Our conversation with Alex will help us …
 
In real estate syndication, sealing your first deal is a milestone. This is an official first step of new syndicators and this signals the start of their career in the industry. In today’s episode, KRI Partners founder and managing director Ken Gee tells us why your first syndication deal cannot struggle. In our conversation with Ken, we get to kno…
 
No man is an island. This quote is aptly applicable to real estate syndication. To be successful in this field, one needs to have a solid network of partners that will help you achieve your goals. Today, we speak to Geoff Stuhr and he tells us that networking makes a lot of difference in how you spell success in real estate. In this episode, we wil…
 
They say when you dream, you should dream big. But, a dream or a goal will remain just a dream and a goal if we will not do anything to make them happen. So if you dream big, then you have to commit yourself to achieve your goals. Today, Whitney talks about overcommitting and if it is worth doing so. Whitney shares his experiences on overcommitting…
 
In part two of our conversation with Jerome, he shares how important it is to prepare for any possible downturn in your business or real estate deals. Jerome generously talks about his experience when the country faced the 2008 recession and now the COVID-19 pandemic. He shares his personal experience of overcoming hardships brought by unprecedente…
 
The past year has brought a great challenge not only in the real estate industry but to all industries globally. The pandemic toppled economies worldwide. Today, industries are slowly adapting to our new normal and trying to pick up the pieces. In this episode, we speak to Jerome Maldonado about how to find opportunities in a time of distress. Jero…
 
In today’s episode, we speak to Hugh Odom, founder, and president of telecom consulting firm Vertical Consultants, to know how our property can make a profit from a cell tower lease. Hugh will break down to us which commercial real estate properties are prime candidates for a cell tower lease. And most importantly, he will tell us how we can avoid …
 
Financial independence is what John Stoeber wants to achieve which led him to Real Estate investing. As a millennial in the industry, he shares how he started by simply realizing that he was not cut out for the corporate world. Today, we get to know John as he shares lessons from his past deals and how he was able to secure his current deal with a …
 
There’s a saying that goes “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” And that’s exactly how the journey of real estate investor Nicole Pendergrass started – with a single step. In this episode, we will be inspired as Nicole shares about taking a leap by believing in the real estate industry. She also talks about how to get people f…
 
Getting back up or simply staying afloat in the real estate industry after the very challenging 2020 is important to survive the year ahead. The government is putting in place policies that can help developers and investors alike kick start their business on a good note and help the economy recover. Today we talk to Atif Qadir, the founder, and CEO…
 
Coming out of a year with cash in the bank is a goal most people have, but are you behaving your way into profit? No? Then you’ll want to hear what today’s guest has to say! David Richter has been a part of over 850 deals in his lifetime. He is currently writing Profit First for Real Estate Investing because he wants to change the lives of investor…
 
Garrett White has combined his great passion for hunting turkey and hunting deals to create White Oak Property Group, a land company that specializes in acquiring premier hunting land throughout the US. Today we welcome Garrett onto the show to share both his real estate journey and his top investing lessons. We open our conversation by exploring h…
 
You most likely didn’t know or even think about the fact that, after a renovation, your assets in the local landfill are still depreciating on your books, as if they were still in your building! You’re throwing money into the dumpster. Today’s guest, Frank Giudici, is going to tell you how to keep from literally throwing that money away. Frank is t…
 
This conversation with Jason DeBono from NuView Trust Company will leave you with a lot of newfound knowledge relating to elements of the real estate industry you may have known very little about before. We discuss the benefits of IRA’s and QRP’s, and Jason shares an example of how much more fruitful your investments can be if you use tax-free or t…
 
Our show today focuses on a type of real estate which we haven’t discussed here before; agriculture. Agriculture is a very different asset class to invest in compared to other types of real estate, and it can be very challenging. However, there are numerous benefits to it, including the fact that it is a great diversification tool. That is why our …
 
There are so many elements that make up the real estate industry but have you ever thought about the value that closets could add to your residential property? On today’s show, we are joined by Jim Monk, president of CLOZZITS, a closet manufacturer and installation company. He’s here to discuss how closets are a differentiating factor that will inc…
 
Welcome back to another episode of our mini-series on the hiring process! Again, a lot of this information comes from the book Topgrading by Bradford D. Smart. It's so critical that you hire the right person so that you avoid the cost of hiring the wrong one. We are continuing on from the previous episode, going through the different episode questi…
 
Value-adds are a vital component of syndication, but they can be very stressful because of the numerous moving parts you have to keep track of. Rather than managing it themselves, owners can work with a qualified general contractor who oversees the project from start to finish. Today's guest, Jeff Rosenfeld, Executive Vice-President/CBDO of Adivo C…
 
Freeing up your time by delegating as much as you can and setting up efficient systems will allow you to serve people in the best way you can. Today’s guest, Rob Bergeron, has certainly achieved success by setting up systems. Rob is a realtor in Louisville, Kentucky, who is all about value add and collaboration. He has discovered how to make multip…
 
As you would have heard in our previous episode, Josh Ferrari exceeded all expectations when he managed to raise $6 million in a 30-day money-raising challenge when the goal was only $500 000! In today’s episode, we go into more detail about how the challenge worked, who the money came from, and what Josh learned during the process. Following from …
 
In part one of a two-part interview series, Josh Ferrari explains how he became the person who made $6 million in 30 days. Josh, an aircraft technician by trade, never thought he would enter the real estate space, let alone reach the heights of success he has. A phone call with his dad changed the course of Josh’s life, alerting him to the fact tha…
 
Retirement is a life milestone where one permanently leaves the workforce behind. In the United States, the retirement age is 65. But, what if we tell you that retiring early is possible and that you just need to learn how the wealthy invest their money? In today’s episode, we speak to the CEO of Erbe Wealth Stephanie Walker. Stephanie shares how s…
 
We often hear that real estate is a marathon, not a sprint, and today’s guest, Jonathan Barr, embodies this approach through his unique investment thesis. Jonathan is the co-CEO of JB2 Investments, a boutique real estate firm specializing in acquiring, repositioning, and stabilizing multi-family property. In this episode, Jonathan sheds light on ho…
 
Making mistakes is essential in order to learn and grow, which is why our guest on today’s show is so happy to discuss the ones which he made when he began his journey in real estate and help others to avoid doing the same. Mark Ainley’s first experience in real estate would have put a lot of people off for life. Instead, Mark persevered and went o…
 
Hopefully, you have gained a lot from the past few shows, where Whitney has talked about bringing an assistant or somebody else onto your team. How to hire properly and think through the process in great detail, keeping in mind the things that been have highlighted from the amazing book, Topgrading by Bradford D. Smart. One of the most important pa…
 
Have you heard of the BRRRR’nb method? Well, it has helped today’s guest achieve financial freedom in just one year and grow his portfolio. Blake Dailey is a multifamily real estate investor as well as an Air Force Contracting Officer. He used the BRRRR strategy to buy, rehab, rent, and refinance residential properties, and then rent them out short…
 
Failures are a part of the journey, and being afraid to make them can be detrimental to your success. In fact, today’s guest believes that embracing the possibility of failure has been fundamental for his success! Brad Shepard earned his undergraduate degree in finance with an eye towards commercial real estate. Interning with one of the premier co…
 
A big part of this business is being creative and being able to make a deal work, and today’s guest wrote the book on creative cash; literally! Over the last 15 years, Bill Ham has created a large portfolio of multi-family assets, and his first 400 units were all acquired using creative financing. In today’s episode, he will be sharing some of the …
 
Whether it’s to achieve financial freedom or to create more time to spend with your family, knowing your ‘why’ is key in achieving your long-term goals. Today we speak with Savannah Arroyo, AKA, the “Networth Nurse” about how she built her real estate business. Having a strong sense of why she’s in real estate has motivated her to work towards her …
 
Although it’s not the most attractive part of being a real estate investor, we need to think about insurance. It is such a vital piece of the business, and you have to have an expert to partner with you. Drew Maconachy is a real estate insurance specialist, insuring thousands of units across the country through his company, Maconachy Stradley Insur…
 
Building single-family communities under multifamily ownership, doing more with the same business plan but increasing your impact, that’s what today’s guest is aiming for. After years of building a personal real estate portfolio composed of assets valued at 33 million, Derek Alexandrenko is now the Manager of the Hammerhead Build to Rent Fund, focu…
 
Today on the show, Whitney goes through their recently completed hiring process. He recaps on a few previous episodes relevant to today’s topic, so be sure to check out episodes 800, 850, and 857. The hiring process can be a long, tedious, and sometimes detrimental experience without diligent questioning, the right documentation, and using your tim…
 
Today’s guest doesn’t just build buildings, they are building communities and leaving the actual dollars from their projects behind in the local communities they touch. Dee Brown is the president and CEO of the P3 Group Incorporated, which specializes in delivering essential government facilities and infrastructure through the creation of public-pr…
 
Our world is quickly turning to a technologically based one, where software platforms are becoming more integral in our daily lives and business. Our guest today is Nick McCullum. Nick is a software developer and real estate investor based in New Brunswick Canada. He helps run Passiv, which is a portfolio management software that allows self-direct…
 
Community history; something you may not think about as you plan to develop an area. If you think of any community, everyone across social, economic, and racial spectrums, has contributed to the growth and development of the community. As a developer, it is crucial that you understand that communities have a history and a legacy. Therefore, in orde…
 
Our guest, Brian Hamrick, has lots of experience in the world of syndication, but the focus of today’s show is on funds, his latest venture. Although he generally prefers syndication, there are particular circumstances under which it makes more sense to go with a fund, and Brian passionately shares how you can successfully create your own one. We d…
 
Our guest on today’s episode is Chad Sutton. Chad is a managing partner, leading the acquisitions team of Quattro Capital, an investment firm focused on residential multi-family real estate. They specialize in properties such as apartment complexes, mobile home communities, and mixed-use commercial. Chad is a recovering engineer who spent most of h…
 
The world was turned upside down in 2020 with the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with it, there have been changes all across the globe and, more specifically, in the real estate markets. From lenders to operators, to buyers, everyone had to adjust and restrategize as a result. Today’s guest is Anton Mattli, the CEO of Peak Financing. He …
 
A prospective candidate questionnaire is an incredibly useful tool for you to use when you set out on the hiring journey. You will likely receive more applications than you know what to do with, so the questionnaire is a great way to streamline the selection process. You want A-players on your team and a rigorous hiring process allows you to get cl…
 
Stepping back and looking at a deal as several deals pieced together is much more effective at mitigating risk than if you were to look at “the big picture.” Understanding and assessing each step is a fantastic way to help you minimize the associated risk. Today’s guest is Moshe Bloorian, who started GreyHill Group in 2016. Since then, along with h…
 
Donato Settanni believes that fear and courage are the keys to success. Fear is important because it means you are not overlooking the potential negatives of a deal, and then overcoming that fear is what allows you to thrive. Donato and his partner, Josh Eitington, run a group called DXE Properties, which focuses on value-add projects in the southe…
 
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