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Best Real Estate Syndication podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Real Estate Syndication podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Real Estate Syndication Show is a 7-day-a-week podcast where Whitney Sewell interviews the most successful entrepreneurs in the real estate syndication business. Joe Fairless, Vinney Chopra, and Michael Becker are some of the first to be interviewed. The show was created to help every active investor learn how the syndication business works, improve their business and help passive investors understand where to invest when wanting to diversify into real estate.
 
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Before you think of investing in real estate, it is so important to educate yourself! Today’s guest is Peter Badger and he joins us to talk about how he jumped into real estate head first, having to learn the hard way, and how he is applying all the lessons this taught him to help others now. Peter spent 18 years on Wall Street then founded a tech …
 
Following on from the previous episode, where we talked about the operating agreement, Gene Trowbridge joins us once again, this time to discuss the details of the subscription agreement. This document is crucial to understand both for the sponsor and the investor. In this show, Gene outlines the three sections of the subscription agreement. The fi…
 
In yesterday's episode, we discussed the private placement memorandum (PPM), and today, Gene Trowbridge is with us again, this time to review the details of an operating agreement. We know that the PPM is the story of the deal and that it should be written in simple-to-understand language. According to Gene, the operating agreement is then the ‘rul…
 
Going through the process of raising capital for the deals that we plan can become a long and arduous process, especially when we’re new to the business. With the Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) there are so many details leading to even more unanswered questions — how do you fill out this document? Or, what does that question mean? Today on the …
 
Finding and bringing on new investors, managing the process of accreditation, and building on those relationships to help scale your business can become a challenging topic, for new careers and old. Joining us today is return guest, John Rubino. John is the COO, founder, and co-managing partner of JID Investments LLC. JID Investments is a real esta…
 
When you are starting out with your syndication business, one of the initial questions you have to ask yourself is ‘How do I find investors?’ What you might not realize right off the bat is, you are not only in the syndication business, but you have now migrated to the investor management business side of things as well! One thing you want to be ve…
 
By most people’s definitions, Michael Migliaccio has had a successful career. He has over 22 years of experience in law enforcement and having worked for the NYPD, the DEA, and the FBI, while owning a business. As someone who is always striving to reach greater heights, Michael was searching for a greater path to success. He found his answer in rea…
 
Have you ever wondered about going public with your real estate company? This is the episode for you! Today’s guest is Noah Rosenfarb, who helps the rich get richer, so they can supercharge their impact. He started Invest With Our Family, where you can see the details about the 3,500+ doors he owns across the country. He's a third-generation CPA, a…
 
Passive income plays an undeniably important role in creating financial freedom. While syndication is a great way to earn this type of revenue, it can be inaccessible due to its capital-intensive nature. Being a landlord presents a fantastic opportunity for those unable to be a part of syndications who still want to invest in real estate. However, …
 
For most of us, retiring at 27 sounds like a dream, and while it may seem unattainable, it’s certainly not impossible, as we learn from today’s guest, Rachel Richards. For Rachel, creating passive income was the key to reaching financial freedom so early in life, and in this episode, she sheds light on how real estate played a key role in achieving…
 
1031 exchanges are a great wealth-building tool, but they have their drawbacks, including unilateral decision-making and increased liability. One great, lesser-known way to compensate for these shortfalls are Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs), and here to shed light on this unique ownership model is returning guest, Paul Moore. Before we dive into D…
 
We know that podcasts are a great networking opportunity, and for syndicators, they are an excellent way to raise capital for their deals. Today's guest, Trevor Oldham, founded Podcasting You, where he helps busy professionals get on the right podcasts. In this episode, Trevor shares how you would approach being a podcast guest. While it’s tempting…
 
We know that real estate is a great alternative to the stock market, but as the current downturn has shown, it is still susceptible to market shifts. One way of ensuring your real estate investment is stable is by investing in a fund that holds residential real estate, and today’s guest, Leo Hefner, is here to shed light on his fund, South Bend 7. …
 
Having a financial background can help a great deal when making the transition to real estate investing, and today’s guest, Jason Harris, has put the expertise of his former career to great use as a real estate investor. In this episode, we learn more about Jason’s transition from financial advisor to full-time real estate investor. While real esta…
 
Daniel Holmlund believes that all working professionals with full-time jobs can achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. By day, Daniel is an engineer at Intel, but by night he works with other investors to help them build passive income, and he even started the real estate investment education club at Intel, to help his colleagues …
 
There are so many avenues of real estate that you can get into, and on today’s show, we explore a lesser-known but no less effective one – mortgage note investing. We dive into this fascinating topic with Kevin Galang, a software sales engineer, note investor, and host of two podcasts, Tech Guys Who Invest, and Note Nuggets! Kevin talks about what …
 
As we have heard from countless operators, the first deal is by far the hardest, and for our guest today, Brian Briscoe, it was no different. While his first deal was great fun, it was also a steep learning curve where he learned both about the syndication business and himself. One of the most important components of getting Brian to that first dea…
 
While the COVID pandemic has brought more unexpected shifts that anyone could have anticipated, today’s guest, Charles Dobens, believes that multifamily will continue to be a resilient investment and one worth pursuing. Returning to the show, Charles brings both his wit and sharp insights on some of the trends to watch in the multifamily business. …
 
Vince Gethings is the brains behind the Tri-City Equity Group and has managed to build an impressive portfolio in multifamily over the last decade. Still in active duty, Vince manages all of his properties from a different state, having installed amazing systems and a proficient team to make sure things run smoothly! We hear from Vince about his ea…
 
If you’re in real estate, you’ve heard of syndication. It’s the new industry gold rush, and much like the dotcom bubble in the late 1990s, investors are wondering if they should get in on the action or wait for the market to correct. Today’s guest is Bruce Petersen, a serial syndicator, CEO, public speaker, mentor, and author of the new book, Syndi…
 
Financing can make or break a deal, and when you are getting started in multifamily, securing a loan can be particularly daunting. That is why it’s crucial to start slow and build up the necessary track record. Today's guest, Debbie Bloyd, joins us to share her insights into different financing options. We begin the show by talking about how the pa…
 
Mike Ballard helps owners become property managers. His firm, Ascent Multifamily Accounting, provides back-office services, accounting, bill paying, reconciliation, financial statement preparation, human resources, and payroll for more than 40,000 units all across the country. He’s worked in the real estate and accounting industry for almost 30 yea…
 
To land your syndication deals, you need to develop a sure-fire process that helps you deal with investors and deepen your offerings. In short, you need to learn how to sell the sizzle. In today’s episode, we happily welcome back Gene Trowbridge, award-winning attorney, syndicator, and master of the sizzle; his book, It’s a Whole New World, is prac…
 
Have you ever considered putting yourself in the shoes of investors, brokers, sellers, or clients? According to Antony Vicino, it is an essential part of the syndication journey. Anthony is an author, investor, and small business operator who has helped build several successful companies. He’s found success by designing systems at scale by implemen…
 
Mobile home parks are becoming an increasingly attractive investment opportunity, particularly because of their resilience during downturns. Today's guest, Walker Meadows, has expertise in financial modeling and underwriting for this asset class, and he is here to share his insights with us. We begin the show by getting to know Walker and how he ma…
 
Real estate investing attracts all sorts. For Lee Yoder, today’s guest, investing was the perfect outlet for his entrepreneurial spirit that also allowed him to focus on the priorities in life – his family and his relationship with God. A fast mover, Lee was able to sell a duplex and buy three multi-family properties within four months. But his pat…
 
There are numerous things that can hold you back from starting your real estate investing journey. From not having any experience to getting stuck in analysis paralysis, it can seem like there are more obstacles than opportunities. In this situation, you have two choices: You forge ahead anyway or you let your doubts get the best of you. Today’s gu…
 
As multifamily continues to become increasingly competitive, it is important to look for opportunities in unlikely places and even branch out into different asset classes. International agricultural investment is a burgeoning investment opportunity, and today’s guest, Evie Brooks, is here to share some insights into this asset class. In this episod…
 
Sometimes, staying organized can be difficult, and there are so many unpleasant and monotonous tasks that we tend to avoid, but organization is especially important for your business, and Erin Spradlin has some tips for how to make it easier! Erin is today’s guest on the show, and she is a real estate agent that buys and sells real estate in Denver…
 
With $7 million in historic tax credits received, 95 apartment units, and $9 million in syndicated assets and value, John Blatchford is someone who is using state tax incentives right! John is the founder of Kunst, a real estate developer and syndicator in Cincinnati, Ohio. Since 2013, Kunst has syndicated 12 multifamily projects, with 95 total apa…
 
One area of real estate we have not considered yet on the show since the pandemic is mobile home syndication but today we are changing that with Todd Sulzinger! Todd is a corporate finance executive turned mobile home park investor and the Founder of Blue Elm Investments, a mobile home park operating firm that focuses on rehabbing distressed mobile…
 
Sometimes the best secrets hide in plain sight, and today’s guest, Chris Naugle, is here to share what he has learned about how the wealthy reach those heights and stay there. In this episode, Chris talks about a specially designed whole life insurance policy vehicle that the multimillionaires, billionaires, and even banks make use of to recycle an…
 
In today’s episode, we welcome back Spencer Hilligoss, who we last spoke to in episode 357. Spencer recently transitioned from being a tech leader to becoming a full-time real estate investor. Spencer shares his journey which began with a shift in investment strategy from playing the mythic ‘Silicon Valley lottery’ and investing in startups to goin…
 
We have said time and again that real estate is a team sport. One of the most important relationships is the one you have with your mentor. It's vital to have someone in your circle with more experience to show you the ropes and be a sounding board for the inevitable tough times. Today’s guest, Brian Gibbons, has seen the power of a mentor firsthan…
 
In light of the current crisis, the importance of a diverse investment portfolio has become more apparent than ever. This means not only having a range of investment options, but also a variety of asset classes, as some have shown to be more recession-proof than others. Investing in international agriculture is proving to be a strong fail-safe, and…
 
There many benefits of utilizing third-party property management services, but when you have the right scale, bringing it in-house makes sense for numerous reasons. Today’s guest, Arleen Garza, is here to share the experience of her company, Reep Equity’s vertical integration. In this episode, we learn more about how Arleen’s background in corporat…
 
We know that real estate is a team sport and if you want to reach top levels, it’s important that you find teammates who are better than you. This way you can not only learn from them, but you also have access to well-connected people in the industry. Our guest today, Adam Levine, has done just that. Through seeking out someone at the top of the ga…
 
Ever wondered how to just get started? Mike Simmons’ advice is to just do it! Mike is the producer and host of Just Start Real Estate, one of the top real estate podcast in the world, and the author of Level Jumping: How I grew my business to over $1 million in profits in 12 months. About five years ago, he did just that, exploding his real estate …
 
The inability to borrow money can often stand in the way of seeing a deal through. While it’s easy to just give up and think that you may not be able to get money after you’ve been denied once, today’s guest, Merrill Chandler, is here to share some actionable advice on how to go from a consumer-borrower to a professional one. In this episode, we le…
 
Hiring people can be a daunting experience for numerous reasons. Either you’re afraid to delegate or you don’t want to put the effort into training someone. However, scaling your real estate business requires having the right people and systems so you, as an entrepreneur, can do what you’re best at. Bill Allen, today’s guest, takes a unique approac…
 
As operators, we place so much emphasis on building relationships with brokers to find the best investment property out there. While this is a great way of finding deals, it’s certainly not the only strategy. Today's guest, Darin Garman, is here to share more about what goes into buying deals off-market. We kick off the show by learning about Darin…
 
As operators, we know that things don’t always go according to plan. But how many of us have safety nets in place that can help us get through unexpected events? Today’s guest, Keith Nelson, believes in having a range of plans to preserve capital on a deal and is here to share some valuable insights with us. We kick off the show by getting to know …
 
Education is one of the keys to success. The more knowledge you have, the more informed your decisions can be. Abel Pacheco, today’s guest, saw the power of education firsthand and has been able to grow his real estate portfolio beyond his wildest dreams. We kick off the episode by learning more about his transition from his W-2 in IT sales to full…
 
Today’s guest is Eric Upchurch, a veteran, co-founder of Active Duty Passive Income, and driven multi-family investor on a mission to end veteran homelessness. Eric went from zero to 571 doors in his first full-year of multi-family investment and aims to share his success by donating one million dollars annually. We discuss Eric’s real estate journ…
 
While many investors see the post-COVID market as something to be fearful of, Serge Shukhat sees a wealth of opportunity. Our guest today, Serge is a seasoned investor whose current focus is on multi-family assets. But, as he discusses, he isn’t tied to any specific city or asset class. An open-minded investor, Serge shares his understanding of whe…
 
While these challenging times have brought a great deal of uncertainty, but they have also ushered in a wave of new opportunities. Among these are the congressional amendments made to retirement saving accounts and the ability to withdraw from them. Damion Lupo, today’s guest, is here to walk us through how these modifications affect both real esta…
 
Cost segregation is an important part of any real estate investors’ wheelhouse, but many aspects of this strategy are widely misunderstood. Today's guest, Frank Giudici, joins us to clear up some of the most common cost segregation misnomers. We kick off the show with Frank debunking the most widely-spread myth around cost segregation – that a stud…
 
Not all of our journeys into syndication take a linear path, and today’s guest Corinn Altomare has one of the most fascinating backgrounds we’ve yet to encounter. As a classically trained opera singer and project manager, Corinn is not your typical operator. We kick off the show by learning more about her transition from music and project managemen…
 
Many of us are in the syndication business to grow our wealth so that we can be financially free and support our families, but what about building a legacy? Today’s guest, Terry Moore, has helped many of his clients become millionaires through real estate syndication, and he has now dedicated himself to helping them leave a legacy long after they h…
 
According to Ethan Lieber, co-founder, and CEO of Latchel, property managers can spend up to 40% of their time, just on the administration needed for maintenance. Imagine what else you could do with that time? Latchel wants to help you save both time and money maintenance, and in today’s episode, Ethan is going to explain how. Backed by Y Combinato…
 
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