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The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as we ...
 
The world's best podcast about the mindsets, behaviors, attitudes, and activities for the Appraisal, Real Estate, and Lending industries. Hosted by well known Real Estate and Appraiser Success Coach, Blaine Feyen, founder and CEO of the Real Value Group and Real Value Coaching Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Real Value Podcast covers a variety of topics involving all three of those businesses, as well as the topics of success, communication, leadership, balance, marketing, social medi ...
 
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Many investors think of West Texas as oil and gas only. Well...this huge, economically diverse area takes over 8 hours to drive from Fort Worth to El Paso. Wow!! It’s like a whole different country; with many small and large towns in-between. West Texas could be an opportunity to grow your apartment portfolio. Greg Brownd and Grant Roehm explain wh…
 
Apartment Rehab 1.0 - was probably completed 9 years ago by the initial round of value-add apartment investors on older buildings. Today, those units need to be updated with the latest amenities. Today Apartment Rehab 4.0 - is needed to keep tenants continuing to pay higher rents. Where do you start with a rehab? Michael gives you examples on what …
 
Bridge loans are taking a larger share of the apartment financing market today. Non-recourse debt funds offer apartment buyers higher leverage and lower pricing with a bridge loan. Why is that? Because bridge loans take into account your future NOI- unlike Agency loans that only focus on historical NOI; they provide more flexibility in underwriting…
 
The 2021 Old Capital Conference is the best Multifamily Conference in Texas. We provide apartment investors a chance to meet general partners, limited partners, apartment brokers, syndicators, management companies, mortgage bankers and apartment education and mentoring companies. This annual conference brings the best vendors together at a huge ven…
 
In this episode, Blaine lays out 8 ‘Power Moves’ of the most successful businesses. If you don’t know, or have a story about your business, and know what your mission really is, its time to develop it. Use these 8 Power Moves to help you develop your story, your mission, and your dominance in the market. Grow your business and profitability!…
 
In real estate investing you should seek consistency or continuity. Some partnerships change teammates on every transaction. Today, Mr X, Ms Y and Mrs Z are all partners… tomorrow, on a new deal… Mr X is the same…but out - are the old partners - and now Ms A and Mr B are added. It seems like a lot of sponsors are gypsies. How does that work and why…
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about Tim Ferriss’ book, The Four Hour Work Week, and a couple of important questions posed in the book: what would you do with your time if you were told you could only work 2 hours per day? If you only had 2 hours per day to do the most valuable things, what things would you do to contribute the most revenue and prof…
 
In this episode, Blaine teaches the listener how he built several six figure businesses using content: social media, podcasting, blogging, and information. If you’re thinking about trying to use social media, or some other method to grow your business, get ready to take notes on how to master content creation and build a killer business that is unt…
 
A property manager acts on behalf of the owner in routine tasks such as rent collection, the administration of leases, the scheduling of maintenance and repairs, and, perhaps most importantly, tenant relations. Asset management, by contrast, is concerned with maximizing the revenue potential of each property and identifying new methods of creating …
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about whether or not you should become a generalist, a ‘jack of all trades’, or a specialist, ‘a master of one’. Blaine asks six vital questions in this episode that will help appraisers, agents, and any other business to decide what they want to specialize in, if they choose that route. Get coaching for your appraisal…
 
Nobody wants to sound like a rookie when they first enter the apartment business. Especially when having an initial conversation with an important listing broker. Michael, gives you some preliminary questions to ask. Also, when should you bring in your property management company or the lender to review the deal? Finding the right balance on WHEN y…
 
You don’t want to make a large mistake when buying a large multifamily property, but many investors will not hire a qualified apartment inspector or engineer to uncover any physical problems on the asset. Problems like a blocked or broken sewer line; or old electrical panels that won’t trip and will have the potential to spark a fire; or how many o…
 
This is part 2 of the Rules Are For The Other Guy series where Blaine talks about the 10 mindsets and traits of several of his mentors throughout life. These mindsets helped those mentors bypass many of the typical roadblocks and challenges that many entrepreneurs tend to get stuck on. In essence, Blaine’s mentors seemed to have a ‘fast pass’ to th…
 
Michael gives you his opinion on where the apartment industry is today. Rents are UP, Values are UP, and Cap Rates are DOWN. Is it going to last? TODAY is the 'golden age' of apartment ownership. Michael goes into detail where he sees the opportunities and challenges in the next few months with apartment investing and ownership. Also, the guys disc…
 
In this episode, Blaine goes over the 3 main phases of a business: the launch phase, the growth phase, and the scaling phase. Blaine also explains how you can scale your business by using ‘scaling thinking’, which is a way of thinking that allows business owners to create the business they want before ever actually having to hire, train, or buy any…
 
Chief Economist Greg Willett gives us the latest updates on rents, vacancy, & cap-rates. Throughout the country many apartment renters are going to need deeper pockets. After a slowdown during the early days of the pandemic, rents are rising again; the biggest such increase since 2016. Nationwide, average apartment rents were up 4.2% last month fro…
 
In this episode, Blaine introduces and discusses several of the most common logical fallacies, which are errors in reasoning that lead to potentially wrong conclusions. Logical fallacies occur all around us and its very helpful to be able to spot them so as to head them off at the pass and not be fooled by them. Need business coaching for your appr…
 
How much does it cost to borrower money? Interest rates are one of the key benchmarks for overall costs. The interest rate market is a constantly changing environment and strategies need to adapt to these changes. JP CONKLIN with Pensford gives you insight on where interest rates are today and where they are going. If you are going to borrower mone…
 
The Old Capital Loan Officer Roundtable discussion brings incredible value if you are new to multifamily investing. Listen to some of the most active loan officers in the nation share real lending stories on what is happening today. You and your investors bring in the equity…and your lender brings the majority of the money. Your lender is your bigg…
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about a different way to see things based on the idea of thinking ‘outside the box’ versus ‘inside the box’. The ideas are based on the book, Inside the Box, by Drew Boyd and Jacob Goldenberg. In it they talk about a variety of examples of new products, services, and systems that were created by simply subtracting some…
 
Michael explains the LARGEST and COSTLIEST mistake he made in buying multifamily: mismatching his mortgage debt with his business plan. The future is not clear- so you must use past experiences to make future business decisions. Michael thought choosing a longer-term fixed rate loan, with the expectations of interest rates rising in the future, wou…
 
If you are new or a seasoned apartment investor, Michael explains what he sees in the multifamily market. Low interest rates, higher occupancy, and even higher monthly rents with falling cap rates are making this market whacky. Can it be sustained? Well…probably not…but a lot of capital continues to flow into the market. In some of these markets, w…
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about the lessons learned from the book, Think Again, by Adam Grant. The lessons are about how scientists think and behave while using the scientific method. Observation, Hypothesis, Experiment, and Analysis are the hallmarks of good science. Business is very similar and should be treated with a similar mindset and sys…
 
Jad Richa is a Managing Director with Capstone Companies in Florida. He explains where apartment investors are seeking to buy apartments in the Sunshine State. Great conversation. Non-Recourse Bridge Lending (Debt Funds) is hot! Almost too hot! In the last few months, we have seen a huge rise of bridge lender transactions versus Fannie and Freddie.…
 
In this episode, Blaine goes into how appraiser trainees should go about finding a good mentor to mentor them in their appraiser journey. He also talks about the mistakes most trainees are making along the way and how to go about correcting those mistakes and being creative about their search. www.RealValueCoach.com…
 
In this episode, Blaine goes over the top questions he gets from potential clients about why to hire a business coach or advisor. As a popular business coach to the appraisal, real estate, mechanical contracting, and salon industries, Blaine explains the most common questions he gets asked about coaching and then goes into detail regarding the answ…
 
Blaine recaps the first five skills and traits required to get your Masters Degree in delivering real value, and then lays out the next five skills. Start your coaching journey today at www.RealValueCoach.com The Value Syndicate is our first level of coaching and is a low cost way to dip your toe into the world of growth and masterminding with othe…
 
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