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Episodes

123: Land Investing – The Lucrative Asset Class No One is Talking About

A lot of focus in Real Estate has been on Multifamily, Self-Storage, Mobile Home Parks, Industrial, and other like asset classes. But one asset class you don’t hear about very often is land. Yet the opportunities to buy and h...

122: Hotel Deals Are Going to Become Plentiful And Are a Great Hedge Against Inflation

Even through covid, some hotels have performed well, especially ones with great locations, like being near a busy highway. Ecommerce kept truckers on the roads and they needed places to stay. The same thing applied to traveli...

121: Avoid The Competition with Smaller Infill Development

When buying existing properties becomes too cost prohibitive, you may need to pivot to new development. Whereas cap rates on existing properties in desirable markets may have plummeted to as low as sub 4%, cap rates on ground...

120: What’s It Like to Do a First Syndication Deal in Multi-Family?

Is LoopNet the place where all good deals go to die? This may be the case generally, but like most other things, there are exceptions if you’re willing to be diligent. Today’s guest, Larry Murray , Founder of Ivory Wolf Prope...

119: You Can Make a Lot of Money in Real Estate, You Can Also Lose a Lot

Investing in Real Estate can be very profitable. It can also be very risky. A lot of people have lost money over the years, especially when they’ve gotten involved with the wrong people. Today’s guest, Jim Pfeifer , Founder o...

118: As High as Prices Have Gone Up, There Are Going Up Even More

How high can Real Estate go? With inflation and rents climbing, and interest rates still at historic lows, prices continue to climb. Even after a torrid first half of 2021, prices continue to climb and there’s been compressio...

117: Short-Term Rentals in Opportunity Zones Create Fantastic Returns for Investors

The short-term rental market has exploded and investment returns in this asset class can be much higher than other residential real estate. Today’s guest, Ryan Scott , Managing Director of Aspire Fund , is developing tiny hom...

116: Your Money Goes an Incredibly Long Way in Central America

You can live like a king on as little as $1,500/mo in a tropical paradise if you’re willing to experience a little adventure. Now that people are working from anywhere, they’re moving to places where they can live pennies on ...

115: Huge Returns If You’re Willing to Do What Others Aren’t

If you’re willing to do what others aren’t, there can be gold in them hills. Today’s guest, Arthur Drozd , has found incredible value with multifamily properties that have complex challenges. Arthur is highly skilled at findi...

114: A Search For a Self-Storage Opportunity Led this Investor Into The Lucrative Car Wash Space

There’s stable cash-on-cash returns in many real estate assets, but returns on car washes can be extraordinarily high. You just need the right car wash, in the right location, with the right management. Today’s guest, Steff B...

113: Why Ground Up Construction Provides Better Returns

When buildings are being priced at above replacement cost, that’s when it’s time to build. Today’s guest, Michael Episcope , Principal at Origin Investments , is focusing on ground up multifamily development in the country’s ...

112: The Lending Component in Multifamily Investing has Many Facets that Can Make or Break a Deal

With asset prices climbing, getting the right financing is becoming a greater challenge. With so little daylight in deals, it’s harder for institutions to finance multifamily apartments. Today’s guest, Terry Painter , Preside...

111: Florida has Become Incredibly Diverse in Attracting New Industries and Opportunities

In the world of operating property, experience trumps all else. There’s just no substitute for someone who’s been operating apartments for almost 25 years, not to mention transparency in how they deal with investors. Today’s ...

110: With Rising Inflation and Market Uncertainty, Hard Assets are the Safest Places to Invest

In this era of inflation, hard assets are a way to prevent falling behind. That’s where Real Estate comes into play. Multifamily, in particular, is a great inflation hedge because you can raise rents every year, except in cit...

109: There’s Still Great Value in Stable Multifamily Markets in the Midwest

Although institutional money is chasing multifamily in most markets in the country and paying unprecedented low cap rates, there are still viable, smaller markets you can buy properties for $30,000-$40,000/door in good neighb...

108: You Make your Money When you Buy. Patience Pays Off, Especially in This Market

Good Multifamily deals are getting harder to find as operators are lowering their expectations and willing to overpay for properties. They’re offering higher prices and justifying them because of lower interest rates and the ...

107: Hyperfocus on Select Neighborhoods and Vertical Integration Generates Great Results

In the world of multifamily, things change from block-to-block. That’s why hyperfocus on not just a market, but a neighborhood, can generate risk-adjusted ,outsized returns over time. Simply put, all Real Estate is local. Tod...

106: Better Returns in Smaller Properties

In the 100+ Multifamily universe, it’s become increasingly difficult to find value regardless of market or asset class. There’s just too much money chasing too few deals. With smaller buildings, however, there’s less competit...

105: As Asset Prices Continue to Inflate, Ground Up Construction Makes More Sense

When unprecedented amounts of money are chasing so few assets, the result is inflated asset prices like never before. As a result, ground up construction can be a better way to get decent returns. Today’s guest, Jake Harris ,...

104: The Ultimate Recession Proof Asset Class… Student Housing

Successful investing requires planning for economic downturns. When the economy takes a hit, more people go to college to prepare for careers. That’s why student housing is a recession proof asset class. Current occupancy lev...

103 : Mobile Home Parks are Still the Wild West

When you have a reduction in supply, an increase in demand, and the most affordable housing option, you have an incredibly durable asset class. Ma and Pa operators all over the country are selling their parks as they reach re...

102: Assisted Living Homes Have Filled a Niche Left Open by The Nursing Homes of Old

Over 25 years ago, you had to send your loved one to a nursing home if they could no longer care for themselves. Today, you can send them to an Assisted Living facility with a much more current approach to lower-level care. T...

101: Multi-Family Operator Finds Better Returns in Value-Add Hotels in Today’s Market

Knowing when to buy can make all the difference between average and incredible returns. In today’s world there’s distress in office, retail and hotels. Today’s guest, Nate Barger , started out flipping homes and apartments bu...

100: Great Opportunities in E-Commerce Resistant Neighborhood Shopping Centers

Not all retail is the same. Many mid-market, grocery-anchored centers are doing very well and other tenants are benefitting from the traffic. Among other e-commerce resistant tenants, Health Care providers are starting to lea...