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Welcome to the world's longest-running, DAILY commercial real estate investing podcast hosted by Joe Fairless. Joe went from buying $35,000 single-family homes to controlling over $1,000,000,000 worth of large apartment communities in under a decade. Commercial real estate is a compelling investment option, but knowing where to look and who to listen to can be overwhelming — especially when your money and legacy are on the line. The Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show provides commer ...
 
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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Vicky Schiff started her first company when she was 30 in the self-storage industry. Since then, she has founded or co-founded five firms in real estate, real estate private equity, and capital formation, as well as a lending platform. In this episode, Vicky discusses the importance of staying power, the psychology behind economic cycles, and how s…
 
In this episode of the Best Ever Round Table, Ash, Slocomb, and Travis take turns sharing their experiences as both hosts and guests on podcasts. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Cash Flow Portal | Equity Multiple | Cornell Capital Holdings | PassiveInvesting.comBy Joe Fairless
 
Jonathan Tuttle has been in the mobile home park space since 2007. He served as a mobile home broker for 10 years and now serves as a fund manager at Midwest Park Capital, a private real estate investment firm focused on the mobile home park vertical. In this episode, Jonathan shares how the mobile home park space has changed over the last few year…
 
In this episode of Beyond Multifamily, Ash Patel shares his story of how he got started in real estate to demonstrate the hidden value of mixed-use buildings. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Cash Flow Portal | Equity Multiple | Cornell Capital Holdings | PassiveInvesting.comBy Joe Fairless
 
Before becoming a full-time commercial investor, Sean Katona worked at Microsoft and EA Sports selling X-Box ads to automotive manufacturers and Hollywood studios. In 2013, he turned his side hustle into a full-time career, and as he says, he’s been “failing forward ever since.” Today, Sean spends his time seeking out fixer-upper commercial deals i…
 
In this episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts explains the concept of dollar-cost averaging and how this strategy typically applied to stock market investments can also be used with private placements. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Cash Flow Portal | Equity Multiple | Cornell Capital Holdings | PassiveInvesting.…
 
Ronald “Ron” Rohde is the founder of a commercial real estate law firm where he primarily focuses on investor acquisitions and helping other investors buy commercial real estate. In this episode, Ron tells us about the importance of getting the right financing, when to consider using an open-ended fund, and the biggest lesson he’s learned as an inv…
 
Perry Zheng is the founder and CEO of Cash Flow Portal, a real estate syndication software and investor portal. He got his start as a software engineer for Amazon and Twitter, then became an engineering manager for Lyft. He began syndicating during this time, which inspired him to launch Cash Flow Portal. In this episode, Perry discusses why he cre…
 
Welcome to the first Best Ever Round Table, where the three Best Ever Show hosts come together for a deep dive into a commercial real estate investing topic. In this episode, Ash Patel, Slocomb Reed, and Travis Watts discuss when they think active investors should consider passively investing. Here are some of their responses: Click here to know mo…
 
Bruce Wuollet got his start in real estate by chasing tax lien foreclosures on single-family homes in 2002. That led to wholesaling, and by the time he was introduced to multifamily, he had flipped over 2,000 houses across Phoenix. Today, Bruce buys fix-and-hold multifamily properties in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas as founder and CEO of Bakerson…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Beyond Multifamily, hosted by non-residential commercial real estate investor and Best Ever Show host, Ash Patel. Ash’s goal for this series is to introduce you to the world of non-residential commercial real estate investing and teach you how to look at and underwrite different commercial asset classes. In today’s e…
 
Ryan Chaw became a pharmacist in 2016, but he soon realized real estate was the best way to create generational wealth. He purchased his first property — a single-family home in Stockton, CA — that he repurposed as student housing and rented out by the room. Today, Ryan has six such properties. In this episode, he shares how he got into student hou…
 
In this episode, Travis shares his thoughts on two very different value-add multifamily deals he was a part of as an LP in the past. He uses these examples to explain why focusing on net operating income (NOI) versus simply evaluating an operator by previous IRRs can make a huge difference. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Equity Multipl…
 
Johnny Wolff is the founder of HomeRoom, a real estate investment platform that increases investors’ rent by 50% by enabling them to invest in single-family homes remotely and rent out each room separately. In this episode, Johnny walks us through how investing with the platform works, what the target markets and demographics are like, and how they…
 
Before becoming managing director of Gruszynski Capital, Gabe Gruszynski was a U.S. Marine, which led to a successful career in the telecom industry. He officially left the industry a few months ago, however, to focus on real estate with his wife. The two got into the business five years ago, and they’ve been focusing on multifamily, RV parks, and …
 
Matt Boettinger has been in the mobile home park space as an owner, operator, and investor for six years. Throughout that time, he worked with different groups and partners before becoming a principal at M2K Partners LLC. In this episode, Matt talks to us about the challenges he’s currently facing in the mobile home parks space and the ways he and …
 
Leka Devatha got into real estate in 2014 after moving to the U.S. from India in 2005. She has flipped single-family homes, office buildings, and multifamily real estate. Today, she is focused on doing her first multifamily syndication, for which she was able to raise $1M in four days. In this episode, Leka shares how she did it and why she invests…
 
At 20 years old, Jeffrey Donis is on the fast track to success in the commercial real estate space alongside his two brothers. Through self-education, networking, and exceptional ambition, they broke into the multifamily space in early 2021. Today, the brothers have three deals under their belt and are working on their fourth. In this episode, Jeff…
 
Although Paul Larson got his start in multifamily, he happened to stumble upon a mobile home park in 2019 and fell in love with the asset class. He and his partner purchased a small RV park the following year and soon pivoted, accumulating 600 units and making RV parks the star of their portfolio. In this episode, Paul walks us through the challeng…
 
In this episode, Travis explains how to vet a syndication deal as a passive investor from beginning to end in five minutes or less. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Equity Multiple | Cornell Capital Holdings | PassiveInvesting.com | FollowUp BossBy Joe Fairless
 
Tech entrepreneur Kranti Ponnam says commercial real estate is in his blood. Both his father and father-in-law were heavy real estate investors in India, and Kranti is passionate about commercial real estate investing — luckily, it comes naturally to him. In this episode, Kranti covers the natural correlations between tech entrepreneurship and comm…
 
Kim Radaker has been in real estate for 15 years, and during that time, she and her team have purchased 25 properties, taking 15 of them full cycle. Every time her organization can’t find a vendor to serve their needs, they build a solution internally. As a result, Exponential Property Group handles materials import, interior construction, renovati…
 
For the last 14 years, Simplified Real Estate Investments Founder and CEO Joe Danza has focused on cash flow. After getting his start as a buy-and-hold investor, he and his team are continuing to see returns from those investments, allowing them to branch out into different asset classes while Joe also works two W-2 jobs. In this episode, Joe discu…
 
Self-storage is a family business for John C. Lindsey. His father got started in the business in 1969, and in 2012, John and his brother started Lindsey Self Storage Group. They have participated in virtually every aspect of the business: brokerage, owning a portfolio of stores, owning a management company, and building sites. Today, he says their …
 
Self-described “reformed attorney” Ashley Tison is passionate about helping business owners mitigate taxes through programs like Opportunity Zones. That’s why he co-founded OZPros.com — to democratize entrepreneurs’ ability to utilize Opportunity Zones to save on their taxes. In this episode, Ashley breaks down how Opportunity Zone funds work and h…
 
Bob Voelker has taken on several different titles throughout his career. He started out as a CPA, then attended law school and became the first attorney in Texas to focus on low-income tax credit projects as a practice area. He then became a real estate developer focused on urban complex, mixed-use, and high-rise residential projects. Now retired, …
 
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