A Fast Growing Real Estate Podcast!

Episodes

147: Less Competition and Big Money in 50-100 Unit Multifamily

A lot of multifamily investors talk about economies of scale one you get to 100+ units, but there’s a lot of money being made in buildings with fewer units. For example, there are many operators who are making great returns o...

146: You Can Still Buy Class C Properties in Growing Markets For Under $60,000/Door

It’s hard to find the right buy properties to buy these days but if you’re willing to do the heaving lifting with distressed assets, you can still find Class C properties for $45,000-$65,000 door with a lot of rental upside. ...

145: The Right Airbnb Properties Generate 20%-30% Returns

Although it’s getting increasingly difficult to get attractive returns in today’s investing world, it’s still possible to do incredibly well with Short-term Rentals. With Short-term Rentals you can also automate much of the p...

144: Know How to Quantify Your Upside and Risks Before Buying

There are many things to consider when determining which property to buy. If you could predict future appreciation and also know downside risks, you’d be well ahead of the game of maximizing profits and avoiding devastating d...

143: Refine Your Investing To a Limited Number of Markets to Mitigate Risk

Online research tells you a lot, but nothing equals the value of spending time in a neighborhood. Being on the ground gives you a sense of what the reality is block-to-block that a computer just can’t. Tim Vest , Founder of H...

142: When It Comes to Highly Leveraged Bridge Financing, Investors Beware

One of the greatest risks to multifamily investing is financing. Many of today’s newer operators are using heavily leveraged bridge debt to finance deals. If things don’t go according to plan, they can get stuck unable to get...

141: There Are Many Paths to Participate In The Spoils Of Real Estate Investing

Real Estate investing is a team sport. You need people to find the deals, raise money, structure the financing, fund risk capital, guarantee the loans, and more. Joel Fine of Lakeline Properties has been a limited partner in ...

140: Short-Term Rentals Generate Better than 20% Cash-on-Cash Returns

In today’s Real Estate investing world, you will most likely generate from 4%-10% on your money in the first year of an investment depending on the asset. Short Term Rentals, however, are an exception where you can generate 2...

139: Owning Land Can Generate Great Passive Income

Buying real estate requires a lot of money, but you can buy parcels of land in growing areas for less than $500. There are millions of acres of land that you can buy for any reasonable offer as a result of tax liens, inherita...

138: Recreational Land has Become a Hot Commodity

In the last couple years, recreational land has become incredibly popular and seen major appreciation. Land has gotten the attention of both bigger investors and also individuals in larger metros who are buying acreage they c...

137: When Passively Investing, Vetting a Sponsor is The Most Important Decision You’ll Make

Hiring the right sponsor is like hiring a CEO of a company. Everything rides on the decision and very few people are actually qualified to do the job. Dovid Preil , Principal of YDLP Investments Group , has a formal process t...

136: Heat Maps and Market Data are Great but Nothing Beats First-Hand Knowledge

Location, location, location. The ultimate Real Estate cliché, but it stands the test of time. That’s why it’s a huge advantage to have boots on the ground in a market you’re investing in. It’s an enormous benefit if someone ...

135: Multifamily is On Fire but History Tends to Repeat Itself

The multifamily market has been so hot in recent years that pretty much everyone has prospered. These days, however, many newer operators are so hungry to get deals that they’re grossly overpaying and often times undercapital...

134: Vertical Integration Mitigates Risk in Apartment Buildings

Major metro markets like Atlanta, Phoenix and Dallas are seeing huge employment and population growth, but there are much smaller markets that are also growing. Some markets with fewer than 500,000 people have almost no suppl...

133: How to Make Great Returns Without Tying your Money Up for Years

Investing in hard Real Estate assets can be great for appreciation, but getting cash flow Is harder than ever and your investment is illiquid. Investing in notes, however, can be a way to generate great cash flow and super hi...

132: Multifamilyclass B Bodes Well, Class C has Risks

Multifamily values have accelerated over the past few years. A huge increase in household formation, Baby Boomers choosing to rent, 70 million millennials of whom choose to rent…all bodes well for multifamily. Investing in mu...

131: Land Flipping for Real Profits Within a Month

Most real estate asset classes are efficiently priced. With raw land, however, you can buy lots at literally 30 cents on the dollar. With very few start-up costs you can launch a Direct Mail marketing program that gets you a ...

130: The Most Recession Proof Real Estate Asset Class

The economy has been in bull territory for over a decade, but this will not last forever. One Real Estate asset class, however, will not only sustain, but will thrive in recessionary times. This is Mobile Home Parks. Today’s ...

129: How to Find a Niche and Prosper

Having a great niche results in making more money because of better operating margins, a competitive advantage, more efficient processes, and a more streamlined business development effort. Today’s guest, Chris Winterhalter ,...

128: Note Buying Can Generate Huge Returns in Any Asset Class or Market

When it comes to investing in Real Estate, there’s more ways to do it than directly buying properties. One way is to invest in notes and not have to deal with renting out and maintaining properties and dealing with tenants. T...

127: Land is Appreciating as People are Seeking Refuge From The Cities

There’s an exodus of people escaping cities in search of more space, tranquility, lower taxes, and they want to own tangible assets. As a result, rural land is appreciating outside of major metros at all-time highs. Today’s g...

126: Beware of Rising Interest Rates, Higher Expenses, and Lower NOI

Investing your hard-earned money is a risky business. There’s no such thing as an unattractive proforma, but a lot of things can go wrong. With interest rates rising and operational expenses on the rise, NOI’s may decrease an...

125: Knowing How to Vet Sponsors is the Most Important Part of Passive Investing

There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of Real Estate syndicators you can invest with. But how do you know which ones you can trust and which deals to invest in? There’s a lot of risk in these deals so it’s good to ha...

124: Baby Boomers Will Be Flocking to Assisted Living Facilities in the Next 10-20 Years

If you’re looking for an asset class that is recession resistant and poised for huge growth, look no further than Assisted Living. Over 10,000 Baby boomers turn 75 every day. Today’s guest, Loe Hornbuckle , CEO of Sage Oak As...