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In this Overheated Environment the Sponsor is the Differentiator

Market cycles ultimately determine the potential of an investment. Markets and asset classes are always in different phases of development. Today’s guest, Serge Shukhat, Principal of Zonal Capital, started out buying houses f...

The Grass is Greener in Greenville

Starting out from scratch can be really hard. In this case, two partners in Northern New Jersey have leveraged their unique experience and skill sets to found a Real Estate Investment company. Zack Shulruff and Chris Rizzo fo...

Knowing All the Neighborhoods in a Market Pays Off Handsomely

In the world of multifamily, first-hand knowledge of a market, property management and construction can make or break a deal. This is where the money is made or lost. Today’s guest, Terrance Doyle, Founding and Managing Partn...

Passively Investing in Real Estate Can Be Scary. Verivest Takes Some of the Unknowns Out of Process

For investors who want to invest passively in Real Estate, it can be hard knowing who to invest with and in what deals. The process can be daunting when there’s a lot of money on the line. Lance Peterson, Founder and Managing...

Cash-Flowing, Small Residential Real Estate is Still a Reality in this Market

Believe it or not, there are still markets where you can get great cash-on-cash returns on single family houses and small multi-families. Whether at auctions or sometimes even on on-market deals, Wichita has fit this bill. Mi...

The rewards of Real Estate Investing are Tremendous, but Starting Out is Hard

There’s no two ways about it. Getting into the Real Estate business is hard. Finding people to mentor you, getting brokers to take you seriously, and raising capital are just some of the challenges to starting out. Today’s gu...

With the Right Formula for Finding Off-Market Deals, You Can Still Get Double Digit Cap Rates

In every market, there’s always a deal. Somewhere, there’s an older landlord that’s self-managed his own property and just wants to get out. These are often buildings with under market rents and unnecessarily, high expenses. ...

Tried and True Marketing Tactics Generate Legitimate Off-Market Deals Over Time

Even in a competitive market, there are still great deals if you’re willing to put the time in to follow proven lead generation systems and be patient enough to build relationships with sellers. Today’s guest, Adrian Salazar,...

Cash Flow in Vibrant, Growing, Communities with the Right Strategies

In this overheated Real Estate environment, you may need to find smaller, growing markets to find the right deals. Depending on where you look, it’s still possible to find cap rates of 5% or slightly higher for Class C buildi...

Real Estate Development Across Several Asset Classes

From flipping single family houses all the way to building high-rises in New York, there’s countless approaches to making money in Real Estate. Today’s guest, Ken Van Liew, Founder and CEO of Global Real Estate Strategies and...

Mobile Home Park and Self-Storage Have Huge Value-Add Opportunities

Whereas 93% of large multifamily properties are owned by larger professional investors, Mobile Home Parks and Self-Storage facilities are still mostly owned by smaller and less sophisticated operators. That’s why you can stil...

Industrial Sale/Leasebacks Provide Attractive, Stable, Long-Term Income

These days it’s become virtually impossible to get an attractive, conservative yield on commercial Real Estate. Cap rates have gone down and prices have gone way up. There’s one asset class, however, that’s held up comparativ...

Cost Segregation, the Third Rail of Real Estate Investing

Amongst other positive aspects of Real Estate, depreciation is a phenomenon that makes it like no other investment. Especially with recent changes around bonus depreciation, you can depreciate 100% of certain costs in the fir...

Property Management Makes or Breaks the Deal

Everyone who’s invested in real estate knows that the success of a deal can come down to property management. Today’s guest, Peter Lohmann, co-owner of RL Property Management, has built up a portfolio of almost 500 units in t...

Buying Buildings from Older LoopNet Listings

Starting out in Real Estate can be the hardest part, but once you do, good things can come your way fast. Today’s guest, Lee Yoder, of Threefold Real Estate Investing, started out by scouring old deals on LoopNet and ended up...

From Wall Street to Main Street with Multifamily

Unlike many other asset classes, Real Estate is a hard asset with conservative, long-term predicable utility that also provides cash flow. That’s why so much money in other asset classes has moved into Real Estate in the last...

From Class C Warehouses in the Bay Area to Class A Space in Dallas and Beyond has been a Homerun

This is episode two of a great conversation with super star investor, Nathan Petrowsky. If you’re based in an incredibly expensive coastal market, looking inland may be your best option to get great returns. This thesis has m...

Vetting Partners is One of the Most Valuable Skill Sets an Investor can Develop

A key to safe investing is finding the absolute best-in-class operators. Don’t just take someone’s word directly, but find others who’ve done business with them and can report success over a significant period of time. Today’...

Phoenix is on a Terror

Taking down 15 large multifamily deals in less than two years is no easy task, especially when you’ve just started out. But tirelessly doing all the right things like contacting brokers, sellers, lenders and lawyers and build...

Expertise in One Niche Makes you Competitive Against the Largest National Players

Having a niche is always an advantage. Having a niche within a niche is even better. Today’s guest, John McNellis, built his fortune with 100,000 sft neighborhood shopping centers. Founder of McNellis Partners, John is a Bay ...

Tight Focus Pays Off for Self-Storage Guru

In order to get the best deals, the-old fashioned way still works the best, mailing and calling owners directly. There are no shortcuts. Today’s guest, Zach Quick, an Owner-Operator of 2300 Self-Storage units, buys his proper...

Getting Deals Seller Direct the Old-Fashioned Way

The discipline required to pass up deals in an overheated market can be rare. Everyone says they have conservative underwriting and that they’ve found a unique deal, but today’s guest has really walked the walk and done it th...

Making Big Returns with Class C in the Right Markets with Fewer than 100 Units

There can still be great deals in sub-100-unit buildings with C class Value Add in the right markets. Like any other deals, it helps to have boots on the ground and the ability to create the right teams to manage the rehab an...

From Class C Warehouses in the Bay Area to Class A Space in Dallas and Beyond has been a Homerun

This is episode one of a great conversation with super star investor, Nathan Petrowsky. If you’re based in an incredibly expensive coastal market, looking inland may be your best option to get great returns. This thesis has m...