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Episodes

179: Following The Crowd Is The Wrong Way to Go

No matter what the economic trends, there’s always an opportunity to make money. You just need to see where the market’s heading. It’s not always in synch with the media and where everyone else is investing. Bob Fraser , Foun...

178: Strip Center Success in Phoenix

Finding a niche within a niche can provide extraordinary returns by reducing risk and insuring repeated success. Sean Katona , Landlord and Commercial Real Estate Investor at Simplified Properties , specializes in value-add s...

177: The Multifamily Sale Market is Changing

As interest rates have climbed, the multifamily market has started to slow down for the first time in years. Cap rates for C class multifamily properties are on the rise so there may be buying opportunities ahead. Institution...

176: The Next Airbnb For Things on Wheels

When you have extra things that don’t fit in your home, self-storage is a perfect solution. When you have a car to store, or an RV or Boat, what do you do then? Carmelo Mannino , CEO of STOW IT , has the solution. STOW IT is ...

175: Big Returns in Value-Add Warehouse Space

Value add B and C class industrial is a great way to generate high double digit returns. When you can buy a building with lower-than-market lease rates and vacancies, you can increase revenue and create great value. Jeremy Me...

174: Find a Niche and Fill It

Finding an undiscovered niche in the Real Estate market is not an easy thing to do. Jeremy Goff , CEO of Hiram Capital , identified a niche serving developers of industrial property in secondary and terciary markets that are ...

173: If You’re Not Fixated On One Strategy, You Can Be Flexible For Different Opportunities That Make Money

Leverage has helped a lot of multifamily operators generate great returns over the past decade, but too much leverage and an uncooperative market can cut the other way and end up badly. When underwriting deals, it’s critical ...

172: Look Where Others Aren’t And Reap The Rewards

There’s an unprecedented amount of money going into Real Estate right now, so It’s become increasingly difficult to get yield. If you’re willing to look where others aren’t, however, and scour opportunities in smaller markets...

171: Why Phoenix Will Continue to Soar

Manufacturing constitutes the holy grail of job growth and Phoenix has become a tier-one city for manufacturing. Craig Coppola , Commercial Real Estate Broker and Advisor, and the top earning broker in the history of Lee and ...

170: Great Retail Centers Are as Relevant as Ever

Real Estate is a vehicle to get extremely rich, but slowly. If you own the right property in growth markets, your returns and your net worth will grow beyond your imagination over the years. Todd Nepola – President at Current...

169: When Is It Time to Sell Your Property That’s Gone Up 5x or More in Value But The Cash Flow is Underwhelming?

What happens when your small commercial Real Estate investment appreciates like crazy, but your rents don’t keep up. If you’ve had your property for a long time in a coastal market, you’re cash-on-cash returns against your eq...

168: Knowing How to Vet Partners is The Most Valuable Skill Set An Investor Can Develop

When it comes to investing, we all want outsized returns. This is possible to achieve in the right industries with the best-in-class operators. Cash flow is king, appreciation can be incredible, and smart tax strategies compo...

167: Learn From an Investor Who’s Replacing His W2 Income with Real Estate

Retail strip centers, Medical Office, Land, Debt funds, Multifamily, there are a lot of ways to generate passive cash flow in Real Estate. It all comes down to finding the right sponsor. Trevor Thompson got laid off during th...

166: Knowing How To Operate C Class Apartments At a Big Profit

It takes a different level of skill, expertise, and experience to manage Class C apartments, but the cash flow generally exceeds Class B and Class A properties. You just need to know how to manage the tenants and have the rig...

165: Regardless of Market Conditions, There Are Always Great Opportunities

There’s no such thing as the “Real Estate market.” Regardless of macroeconomic trends, even in recessions, each market is different and there are always great opportunities if you have the ability to see them. Jason Yarusi , ...

164: The Renovation Process Can Make or Break a Deal

When it comes to value-add projects, knowing the construction process, including accurate costs, is essential. A sponsor can get in over their heads quickly if they don’t know how to manage construction. Jeff Rosenfeld , Exec...

163: Risk Adjusted, Lucrative Ground Up Development

As a young residential realtor in Ann Arbor, Michigan making over $1,000,000/yr in the late 90s, to large ground up Multifamily and Condo projects he’s currently doing, John Bogdasarian has done it all. Founder, President, an...

162: 70% Operating Margins Make Self-Storage a Great Business

Compared to some other Real Estate classes, Self-Storage has steadier income, smaller expenses, and greater operating margins. Self-Storage is also a great recession-resistant investment. Tom Dunkel , Managing Director of Bel...

161: With The Right Partnerships, 1 = 1 Equals 5

In Real Estate you can achieve a lot on your own, but you can scale a lot faster and more successfully with the right partnerships. There are too many functions required in Real Estate to scale efficiently on your own. Jerome...

160: Flipping Land Can be Very Profitable, Flipping Commercial Properties Can Be Even More Profitable

The ROI on land flipping is unparalleled. You can make 300% on your money or even more by buying a piece of land and selling it to the owner of a neighboring property, a developer, or someone else who wants to own the propert...

159: No One Wants to Deal With Insurance But The Wrong Insurance Can Cost Millions

An often overlooked, but critical piece of the equation in underwriting multifamily Real Estate, is insurance. When not handled appropriately, it can cost operators and investors millions. In the last 20 years, between natura...

158: Would You Rather Be a Borrower or a Lender? Being a Lender has Its Advantages

When it comes to Real Estate investing, you can be a borrower or you can be a lender. When you’re the lender, you get monthly payments without having to actually manage the property and you can generate disproportionate retur...

157: The Wedding Industry Provides Guaranteed Income Streams and Lucrative Returns

Weddings are a huge industry and a lucrative niche for the hospitality business. Wedding parties routinely pay upwards of $50,000 and even more for a venue plus guests spend a lot more on eating, drinking, and shopping while ...

156: Short-Term Rentals Are Generating Better Cash-On-Cash Returns Than Almost Any Other Asset Class

Multifamily, Self-Storage, Mobile Home Parks, industrial and retail generally produce 4%-10% returns on your money the first couple years of a project. Short Term Rentals, on the other hand, can generate 25% or even more on y...