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Best Darrin Gross podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Darrin Gross podcasts we could find
Updated March 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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There are so many factors to consider when deciding to scale your real estate investing business. From the right timing to making the correct hiring decisions, the different moving parts necessary to scale can certainly feel overwhelming. Luckily, we’ve brought Bob Fraser, whose superpower is scaling businesses, to talk with us today. In this episo…
 
As we head into increasingly uncertain times, it is important to have financial contingency plans for investment properties. There are numerous ways to conserve cash, from only doing essential renovations to delaying investor payments. Our guest today, Gary Lipsky, joins us to talk about how he has been preparing for the consequences of the coronav…
 
Real estate, like many other businesses, is a team sport. Entrepreneurs can't do everything alone because everybody has their limitations. This is why it is so important to work with the right group of people who not only support your strengths but also compensate for your weakness. This may sound easy, however, getting a synchronized, balanced tea…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has thrown us all into unchartered waters. It is easy to panic at a time like this, as we are bombarded with information, but it is important to remain calm, rely only on credible news sources, and work through any problems methodically. Rahul B. Patel, a friend of the show, who has made several previous appearances, joins us to…
 
Retail trends in real estate continue to change with the and for the consumer. Tom Londres is the CEO of Metro Commercial Real Estate Brokerage based in Philadelphia, PA. The core business focuses on suburban retail strip centers, big box, community centers, supermarket anchored centers, and downtown urban. They provide third party solutions for re…
 
For Sterling Chapman, our guest today, real estate has always fascinated him. Despite a successful corporate career, he noticed an unsettling trend, where yearly corporate reshuffling meant that even the most experienced people at his company started losing their jobs. This forced his hand and pushed him to invest in real estate as a means of secur…
 
Although this is a syndication show, syndicating is by no means the only way of entering a deal. For some, the pressure of raising money, constantly liaising with investors, and the time involved, makes syndication unappealing. Not only this but oftentimes people looking to get started don’t have their own capital to enter into a deal. Our guest to…
 
I'd like to ask you, Tom Londres, What is the BIGGEST RISK? Tom: Well, you know, I'd have to take a position to establish a vantage point on answering that. Am I a retailer looking into the future saying where's my biggest risk? Am I an investor or an owner of a piece of retail real estate looking to position it, um, to minimize my risk or assess w…
 
So many of us have been told by society that going to college and getting a good job is the only way to be financially safe. And while this may work for some, it is certainly not the only path to success. There are numerous people out there who choose to strike it out on their own, and in doing so, reach heights they could have never imagined. Toda…
 
As we’ve said time and again, getting started in real estate investing is no easy feat and it's particularly difficult without any connections. Many people have families who have been in real estate for generations or are in affluent, well-connected social circles. This does not mean someone without relationships can’t break into the industry. But …
 
Moving is one of the most stressful life events. It’s right up there with divorce, losing a job, and illness. This is why it’s useful to get an expert to help you through it. Not only is packing your house up difficult but so too is selling it. Emotions, for the seller and potential buyers alike, run high during the sale. Sellers need to understand…
 
Currently, there are two million commercial real estate companies and four million employees across the US. This equates to an average of two employees per firm. While there are hiring practices such as utilizing virtual assistants to help with commercial real estate growth, VAs often only cover certain gaps. Along with this, for many companies, it…
 
As a syndicator, finding a good property manager can be a difficult task. Not only do you have to trust them implicitly, but you also have to ensure that they are the correct fit for you to achieve your desired returns. Our guest today, Jimmy Murray, is here to share some of his insights into the importance of picking the right property manager. In…
 
1031 Exchange for real estate investors is often talked about, but not always understood when it makes sense. Toija Beutler, the principal of Beutler Exchange Group LLC , has been acting as a qualified intermediary to facilitate 1031 exchanges since 1992. Following is a summary of our conversation. What is a 1031 Exchange? Section 1031 of the Inter…
 
While the thought of being an entrepreneur can be very exciting to some, for others it just evokes the feeling of having to be plugged into the business all the time. Although this may be true in some cases, if you, as an entrepreneur, can focus on what gives you energy and delegate tasks that drain you, it is possible to create a business that bot…
 
We often hear about house flipping in real estate, but what we hear about far less often is land flipping. For Jack Bosch, our guest today, this niche has been his ticket to real estate success. He picked land flipping because he knew he needed to grow his wealth but did not know enough about real estate. But after 4000 deals, the knowledge that he…
 
Darrin: (00:09) What is the BIGGEST RISK? Toija: (00:13) So the saddest, I'll give you the saddest phone call we get in this office. My sale closed yesterday. I want to do a 10 31 exchange. So the BIGGEST RISK is not talking to an exchange company and they get fixated on the 45 day deadline, which as I said is the worst deadline. But the biggest ri…
 
The term ‘overnight success’ no doubt makes many of us green with envy. But is that expression even true? While we may see the fruits of someone’s labor, we don't witness the hard work and constant sacrifices these people made to reach the top. Our guest today, William Walker, knows all about this sweat equity. When he left his W-2, he spent eight …
 
Today on the Real Estate Syndication Show, listeners will learn more about the opportunities in the office and industrial property space. Joining in to share his expertise is Cody Payne, an office and industrial investment sales specialist for Colliers International. He is a team leader for a nine-person investment sales team that works with privat…
 
Working in any creative industry is undoubtedly fulfilling and can even be financially lucrative, but there is often no long-term financial security. This is why it’s important to pursue other opportunities, outside of the industry, to secure financial freedom. Our guest today, Nathan Adams works in the film industry and has chosen real estate inve…
 
There are so many different real estate asset classes to invest in that it can feel overwhelming knowing which one to pick. For many of us in the multifamily space, we got started in single-family homes before transitioning into a more scalable model. Some have even left multifamily in search of even more hands-off but lucrative investments such as…
 
It is well-known in syndication that raising capital is one of the most difficult things you can do. Not only can it be hard to meet the right investors, establishing meaningful relationships once you’ve met them can be equally challenging. Oftentimes when we, as syndicators, have a deal that we are so eager to share that we come across as desperat…
 
Now, thanks to technology you can manage your perfect portfolio from anywhere on your mobile phone. Minesh Bhindi with Perfectportfolio.com shares his strategy for doing just that. Today. My guest is Minesh Bhindi. He is with Perfect Portfolio.com and, they strategize to buy below market, cashflow and compound. And in just a minute, we're going to …
 
Today on the show, we welcome Adam Adams. Adam started investing in real estate in 2005 and today holds over a thousand multifamily rental doors. He’s the organizer of Colorado’s most active real estate group, host of the Creative Real Estate podcast, and a devout social media hacker. In this episode, we discover why Adam’s superpower is hacking so…
 
We all face adversity in our life, but rather than being held back by it, what if we turned these obstacles into our greatest strengths? When we look at difficulties through the lens of opportunity rather than constraints, a whole new world opens up to us. Darren Jacklin, our guest today, has lived a life with many bumps in the road, where he could…
 
Darrin: (36:34) Minesh Bhindi, what is the BIGGEST RISK? Minesh: (36:40) The biggest risk is an external, uh, situation happening in your life that forces you out of an investment earlier than you wanted to be in it. You know, and that's really the, for most people when they're investing in the stock market, a margin call comes along and that wipes…
 
Tackling a value-add multifamily project is a very daunting task. From budget creation to hiring, there are so many moving parts on a project of this kind. Luckily, our guest today, Rich Trepanier, is here to share what it takes to do a value-add renovation. In this episode, Rich lays out the different ways that the term ‘value-add’ can be understo…
 
For any business to thrive, employees must feel valued and understand they are a crucial part of the company, which is why it is so important to create a healthy business culture. But what does this mean? Our guest today, Luis Leiva, is here to share with us how, through cultivating a healthy culture in his company, he and his employees have grown …
 
Keeping deal flow up and really killing it in real estate takes a mixture of traits. Know-how, hard work, and consistency are three big ones. Today’s guest is Steve Merritt, and the skills he couldn’t apply to real estate as an ex-pro athlete and stockbroker, he was smart enough to hire a coach for. Steve used to play basketball in the European lea…
 
Creating content is no doubt a daunting experience. Not only is putting yourself out there a very vulnerable experience but figuring out which content to produce can feel similar to navigating a minefield. Fortunately, our guest today, Adam Gower, is armed with some of the most extensive experience in this area. Having had a hugely successful run a…
 
Value-add is a term used by nearly everyone in the multifamily space, but very few people understand what the term means. Fortunately, our guest today, Jorge Abreu’s superpower is adding value to multifamily investments. In this episode, Jorge takes us through various aspects of value-add properties. He begins by defining the term because without u…
 
Darrin: (00:00) Today, my guest is Scott Bossman. He is a physical therapist, husband and a father of four. And after realizing his physical therapist career was not going to provide him the financial freedom he sought, he, uh, found land flipping, uh, with Mark Podolsky and the land geeks, uh, program. And, uh, in just three years he was able to c…
 
There is an old adage that goes, “Jack of all trades, master of none,” and real estate, we often talk about the importance of specializing and focusing on what you’re good at. However, there are benefits to trying your hand at many different facets of the business, not only to see what you enjoy but also to understand how all the moving parts work.…
 
It is Episode 500, and in the spirit of celebration, today’s show is from the Best Ever Real Estate Conference where Sydney and co-host Sam Rust interviews Joe Fairless, multifamily investor and the host of the event. Tuning into the show, listeners will hear about our guest’s impressive accomplishments and what his focus is for 2020.…
 
Darrin: (00:08) Scott Bossman, what is the BIGGEST RISK? Scott: (00:14) I'll give you a multi-part answer if that's okay. It'll be short. Uh, so I, I think of this in a couple of ways. The biggest risk in my land investing business is a, not mailing and not marketing. So if I can be consistent in those two things, I will be successful in this busin…
 
It can be easy to feel like you’re too young to get started in real estate investing. But what if instead of looking at your age as a disadvantage, you saw it as an opportunity? This is exactly what our guest today, Logan Fast, did. After graduating from college, he started a job, and by noon on his first day, he realized that he could not see hims…
 
Building a syndication business is not easy. So, imagine immigrating to the US, setting up a life for yourself, and trying to break into the world of real estate investing. Sounds pretty impossible, right? Not for our guests today, Leslie Awasom and Tenny Tolofari. Not only have they found success in their W-2 positions in the States, but they have…
 
As a syndicator, growing your network is one of the hardest aspects of the business. While you may have access to your family, friends, and work colleagues, there are always potential high net-worth individuals that you may not organically be able to reach. There are many ways to grow your network from going to conferences to hosting meetups. The l…
 
The higher the level of transparency you practice with your investors, the more they want to keep working with you, and if all you ever have for them is good news – all the better. In today’s episode, we sit down with Bob Fraser who is the founder and principal of Aspen Funds. Bob is on a mission to help investors take advantage of one of the most …
 
Have you ever considered taking the banker’s seat and financing yourself? In today’s episode, Whitney talks to returning guest Mark Willis about his financial vehicle of choice — a high early cash value whole life insurance. Mark is a certified financial planner, number one bestselling author, and the owner of Lake Growth Financial Services, a fina…
 
What is the Real State of Retail Real Estate? Chris Ressa cut his teeth in commercial real estate as a real estate representative for Sherwin Williams Paint Company. Historically, Sherwin Williams dominates the contractor market. The growth opportunity with higher margins is in the DIY market. As a real estate representative, Chris was charged with…
 
We often talk about the steps leading up to being able to make the transition from a W-2 to becoming a full-time investor, but we rarely touch on what happens after. What is life like when you no longer go into the office? Or when your side hustle becomes your main focus? These are all questions that our guest today, Steeve Breton, has had to figur…
 
Being a successful full-time syndicator takes a huge effort, but stealing time outside of work and family commitments to do it and do it well is another story completely. Today’s guest is Chris Pomerleau, and he is doing just that, so it was a pleasure having him on the show to give some insight into what it looks like. Chris is a full-time attorne…
 
Darrin: Chris, Ressa, what is the BIGGEST RISK? Chris: So I think both from a real estate end and a retail end. The BIGGEST RISK is human capital. And you know, when you have an industry. That's been hammered by Headline News, both the retail and the real estate. When someone really bright and smart graduates college, is that the industry they want…
 
Due diligence is not the sexiest part of real estate investing. While finding and closing deals is often more thrilling, due diligence is not given as much attention. Yet, without thorough due diligence, what appears to be a promising deal could turn into a nightmare very quickly. Our guest today, Dylan Marma, is renowned for his due diligence supe…
 
When looking at property to invest in, there are so many numbers and factors to consider and insurance is often left to the final stages of due diligence. While this is common practice, it's not in the investor's best interests for several reasons. Not only could unforeseen expenses crop up when it’s too late to back out of the deal, but it's likel…
 
Finding a broker can be incredibly stressful. There are many self-serving brokers, who are simply concerned with their interests, closing the next deal, and racking up awards. In the same breath, however, some client-centered brokers work to ensure deals satisfy customer needs. Terry Moore, our guest today, is renowned for always putting the client…
 
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