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Episodes

It’s Never Too Late to Get Started

It’s never too late to get started in Multifamily. You just need to get in the game with that first deal. Today’s guest, Jeff Greenberg, CEO and Managing Member of Synergetic Investment Group, did his first deal when he was i...

When it Comes to Underwriting, You Have to be Your Own Worst Enemy

When it comes to someone else’s underwriting, there’s often a lot more than meets the eye, so buyer beware. There’s often any number of items that get left out in a broker or sellers P & L’s. That’s where years of experience ...

From Real Estate Broker to Syndicator to Attorney

Many things can go wrong with Real Estate syndications. There’s more to the game than just the numbers and managing properties. Today’s guest, Gene Trowbridge, is co-founding partner at Trowbridge Law Group and has been a par...

Rehabbing and Holding Triplexes and Quads in Boston

In real estate investing, having a proven, repeatable formula is highly conducive to succeeding in the long run. Getting to be an expert in a specific niche will make you more competitive, relevant, and sustainable in your ef...

There’s on Market Deals, There’s Off-Market Deals, Then There’s “Great” Deals

What does it take to be a number one commercial broker? It takes ridiculous hard work and an ability to create lasting and meaningful relationships. Today’s guest, Craig Coppola, is the top earning broker in the history of Le...

The Renovation Process Can Make or Break a Deal

The part of multifamily that no one talks about is construction. Yet, your approach to construction can make or break the deal. Whether you hire third party property management to manage the process, or you try to manage subc...

There are Many Ways to Participate in Multifamily Investing

There are many ways to engage in multifamily investing, it just depends on what you want to bring to the table. It just takes a team to make a deal happen. Today’s guest, Rick Martin, founder of Fortress Federation, started o...

Great Wealth is Being Created in Single Family Homes

The largest asset class in the world is single family homes in the United States. It represents over $200 Trillion dollars. That’s a lot of money. Today’s guest, Dani Beit-Or, founder of Simply Do It Real Estate Investments, ...

Experienced Multifamily Operator Knows How to Avoid the Pitfalls

After several years of consistent growth in the multi-family market, several markets continue to have strong projected gains in population growth, job growth, and appreciation. This growth, combined with rapidly increasing bu...

Conservative, Predicable, Low Risk Cash Flow in Real Estate and Other Businesses

With over 11 million families behind on rent or mortgage payments and the fed pumping six trillion into the economy, today’s guest has a wait-and-see perspective on investing in today’s Real Estate market. There’s just too mu...

From Single Family and Apartments in Brooklyn to Opportunistic Fund Management

You can get great appreciation in coastal markets like NYC and San Francisco, but it’s virtually impossible to get cash flow. That’s why many investors seek opportunities in other parts of the country. Today’s guest started h...

Opportunistic Investor in Grand Rapids

No matter what a situation looks like from the outside, you can’t know everything until after you get the keys. Today’s guests’ second multifamily deal was a 37-unit he bought with his dad. After some painstaking years at the...

Beware How Much You Pay for C Class

In this hot Real Estate market, you need to be extra careful how much you pay for properties. Some experts think there's extra risk in Class C right now because the valuations don't support the risk. A lot of these properties...

It Takes Incredible Discipline to Stick to Your Guns in an Overheated Market

When the market is overheated, it takes unusual discipline to be patient and only insist on getting great deals. Today’s guest will still only buy deals at a deep discount. As such, he’s still doing multifamily, but he’s also...

Class B Collections Have Been Higher than A and 
C During Covid

Many syndicators favor the reliability of Class B properties because of their performance in all economic cycles. When the economy turns, Class A tenants move down to Class B but Class B tenants mostly stay put. Although the ...

90% of Success Starts with Showing Up and Meeting the Right People

When starting out in Real Estate, it’s hard to underestimate the value of education and the people you meet. By persistent networking, today’s guest found a great mentor and he also found a business partner who he’s building ...

The Status of Multi-Family in the Heartland

Slow and steady wins the race. That’s why it’s been great to invest in stable markets in the Midwest. Today’s guest is based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and has generated great returns for his investors for many years. Darin Garman...

Picking the Right Market at The Right Time Has Paid Off

There’s a niche in the market below 100 units where there’s less competition. You just need to know how to pick the right markets and figure out the off-site management piece. Today’s guest discovered Tucson as an affordable ...

Converting Old Warehouse Space Into Class A Self-Storage

As people are spending more time at home, they’re developing a need for more space. As a result, there’s a growing need for self-storage. The expense ratios for running self-storage are relatively low and the operating margin...

From Class C Value-Add to Ground Up Construction

When it comes to managing multi-family apartments, no one will care as much about your property as you do. Today’s guest has learned the hard way how to nail down this key ingredient. Kyle Jones, a multi-family entrepreneur, ...

Tight Focus Pays Dividends

There’s something to be said for specialization and a singular focus. When you do one thing over and over, you tend to do it well. A lot of multifamily operators are spread out all over the country, but today’s guest stays in...

You Can Only Learn Real Estate Investing by Rolling your Sleeves Up and Doing It

Having a mentor, reading the books, listening to podcasts…it’s all great, but at some point, you need to take the plunge. Today’s guest jumped into larger multi-family with a 22-unit class C building in Indianapolis for $350,...

Street Smart New Yorker Knows How to Find Value-add Deals in the Midwest and Southeast

In today’s multifamily market finding a great deal is harder than ever, even for the super heavy value ad deals many investors used to shy away from. There’s so many investors chasing the same deals. Today’s guest is incredib...

Mobile Home Park Investing for the Long Run

Sticking with large metro markets and heavy value-add properties mitigates a lot of risk. Even when you make mistakes, being in a large market makes it easier to find tenants and if things really go wrong, it will be easier t...