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92: It’s a Highly Competitive Market for Multifamily but One Market Has Been Overlooked

When it comes to multifamily, it seems like no good deals are to be had. Even in smaller markets, cap rates have compressed so much and the competition keeps getting fiercer. But today’s guest, Joshua Ferarra of Ferrara Capit...

91: Industrial Real Estate is Just Getting Started

Ecommerce is changing the playing field in unprecedented ways. As companies need to get their goods into customer hands within hours, the demand for warehouses will continue to expand dramatically all over the country for the...

90: When Investing in a Deal, It’s Good to Know Someone Who’s Already Invested with the Sponsor

When it comes to choosing what to invest in, 80% of the decision comes down to the team. There’s no substitute for experience and roles within the team should be clearly defined, otherwise teams can implode and investor capit...

89: It’s a Highly Competitive Market for Multifamily but One Market has been Overlooked

When it comes to multifamily, it seems like no good deals are to be had. Even in smaller markets, cap rates have compressed so much and the competition keeps getting fiercer. But today’s guest, Joshua Ferarra of Ferrara Capit...

88: Future Job Growth and Population Growth with Limited Supply Equal Great Returns

Is the Texas market going to stall, or is it just beginning a longer-term growth trajectory? According to today’s guest, the chronic housing shortage will not abate as people and jobs keep pouring into the Lone Star State. Ja...

87: Housing Demand Will Continue to Outstrip Supply for the Foreseeable Future

Although the multifamily market is on fire, there’s still a chronic housing shortage that will persist for several years. In many markets, job and population growth is far outpacing existing inventory and new construction. As...

86: In Today’s Environment, Does Ground Up Construction Make More Sense than the Acquisition of Existing Property?

In this exuberant environment for Multifamily, the returns for ground up construction can be more compelling than usual. Although the risk profile is steeper, the rewards can more than justify the risk with an experienced ope...

85: Why this Investor has Progressed from Traditional Investing to Real Estate

Traditional financial investments versus alternative investments…. which is better? The answer may be more nuanced when looking at both over a long period of time. Today’s guest, Denis Shapiro, Managing Partner of SIH Capital...

There’s Great Opportunities in the Mountain West

Is there a downturn coming? Either way, you have to plan on it, according to today’s guest, Whitney Sewell. Whitney is the founder of Lifebridge Capital. Lifebridge is acquiring properties in the Mountain West states of Idaho...

Go Where the Puck is Going. Ground Up Construction VS. Existing Overpriced Properties

Cap rates on most real estate asset classes have dropped 40% over the past five years. This has made cash flow very hard to achieve. Ground up construction, on the other hand, has much higher cap rates. The key is mitigating ...

There’s Still Runway in Multifamily in the Southeast

Great Multifamily deals are a needle in a haystack these days, but great deals are still to be had if you’re willing to be patient and methodical. Today’s guest, Sam Wilson, founder of Bricken Investment Group, has found grea...

Conservative Underwriting and Expectations Carries the Day

In today’s multifamily market, you need to buy deals with as much rental and operational upside as possible to make sense for investors. Today’s guest, Nathan Cloud, Founder and CEO of Cloud Capital, has built out systems wit...

Boots on the Ground Have Tangible Benefits

Even though Austin is the hottest multifamily market in the country, lifelong relationships and a great reputation yields great deals, even when they’re fewer and further between. Today’s guest, Andrew Campbell, Managing Part...

C Class Single Family Homes are Appreciating in the Midwest

Even in historically low appreciation markets, single family homes are appreciating at unprecedented rates. New household formation and historically low interest rates has spurred renters to leave apartments and buy their fir...

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...