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24 minutes | a day ago
JF2420:How to Be the Most Valuable to the Seller with Jason Palliser #SkillsetSunday
In the course of his career, Jason has trained thousands of investors and 42 acquisition teams around the nation. His specialty is creating an off-market blueprint to grab motivated seller leads in 30+ ways as opposed to the typical 5 ways that everybody uses. This mentality allows investors to be seen as a solution in the eyes of the seller, often resulting in cash transactions on the spot and a mutually beneficial business relationship. Jason Palliser Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor & hedge fund acquisitions consultant 25 years of real estate experience Has personally closed over 3,000 Based in St. Pete, FL Say hi to him at: www.2dayblueprint.com Previous guest on JF1749 Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co thinkmultifamily.com/coaching Best Ever Tweet: “If there’s a cause you need help with, we’re always happy to help.” - Jason Palliser.
28 minutes | 2 days ago
JF2419: The Benefits Of Looking For Opportunities Beyond Residential Real Estate With Dave Holman
In college, Dave took a class on building an eco house. That’s when he fell in love with architecture, engineering, energy efficiency, and building in general. Dave’s life took many unexpected turns. He spent several years in Bolivia learning the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. After that, he worked for a nonprofit organization that introduced him to fundraising. Over time, he partnered with his friends and family to start his real estate business. Now he’s a triple threat - a commercial broker, a syndicator, and an owner of a property management company. Dave Holman Real Estate Background: Commercial broker, syndicator, and owner of a property management company 9 years of real estate experience Portfolio consists of 94 units across 14 buildings approximately valued at $11M Based in Brunswick, ME Say hi to him at: www.holmanhomes.com Best Ever Book: Investment Biker Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co thinkmultifamily.com/coaching Best Ever Tweet: “A commercial broker might misprice a residential property just like a residential broker might misprice a commercial property ” - Dave Holman.
24 minutes | 3 days ago
JF2418: Using Diverse Background And Personal Superpowers In Real Estate With Hemal Badiani
Hemal spent two decades traveling between three continents as he provided management consulting services to several fortune 100 companies. Several years ago he decided to hang up his traveling boots and join the financial world, which led him to real estate. He was both a passive and active investor, and now his portfolio consists of close to 600 apartments. His focus was multifamily syndication, and now he’s expanding to other classes as well. Thanks to his diverse background in business and management, Hemal was able to scale his company into a billion dollar business very quickly. Hemal Badiani Real Estate Background: Sr. Vice President in the Financial Space 8 Years of real estate investing experience Portfolio consist of actively sponsoring or managing close to 600 apartments Based in Charlotte, NC Say hi to him at: www.exponential-equity.com Best Ever Book: Indestructible Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co thinkmultifamily.com/coaching Best Ever Tweet: “A vision for a million-dollar company is different from a vision for a billion-dollar company ” - Hemal Badiani.
33 minutes | 4 days ago
JF2417: When You Should Passively Invest | Actively Passive Investing Show With Theo Hicks & Travis Watts
In this Episode of Actively Passive Investing show, we will talk about when we should not passively invest. We are here Travis as well to share his thoughts as well. They will go through the pros and cons on Passively Investing based on your goals and where you are at. They will discuss the general overview of the differences between active investing and passive investing. And then some of the potential pros and cons for each Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co thinkmultifamily.com/coaching
21 minutes | 5 days ago
JF2416: How to Make the Inc 5000|Syndication School with Theo Hicks
Theo is on the podcast to discuss what it takes to become one of the nation’s top companies. Founding a company without any prior experience is a challenging concept to fathom with no one to turn into when unforeseen situations occur. With a majority of companies being founded at a young age, the Founder Syndrome is something to be expected when scaling is at stake— coming from an abrupt success with little to no foundation. From the presentation made by the Co-Founder and CEO of Spartan Investment Group, who experienced 1,479% growth in 2020, any company with the grand ambition to scale should know the three tips to be at the top-most echelon. Define your culture, develop your plan, and create your team. How can you effectively utilize these points to navigate your company to success? In this episode, Theo dissects and dives deeper into these three vital points to achieve what you have always envisioned. Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co
24 minutes | 6 days ago
JF2415: Good Partnerships & Dedication with Abiel Ballesteros
Abiel is the Vice President and Founder of SAR Apartment Capital, a Miami-based real estate investment and asset management firm specializing in multifamily apartment syndication. He is also the Principal Broker for United Dream Real Estate, a full-service real estate brokerage in Florida with over $150 million in sales. He focuses on sourcing, acquiring, and managing multi-family assets with low risk and high ROI potential for our investors. The key to his excellence is his competence and dedication in helping his investors gain financial freedom and build sustainable wealth. In this episode, Abiel takes us through the importance of strong relationships and partnerships and why it became the foundation of their success. Abiel Ballesteros Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor 16 years of real estate investing experience Portfolio consist of 845 units Based in Miami, FL Say hi to him at: www.abielballesteros.com Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co Best Ever Tweet: “Having partnerships allows you to see the things that you don't see.” – Abiel Ballesteros
33 minutes | 7 days ago
JF2414: Bounce Back & Rebuild in Real Estate with Jason Moss
Jason is a real estate broker, a home builder, a developer and an appraiser. With more than 20 years of experience he has the foundation for what properties are worth and can help you get familiar with the real estate industry. Gaining over 160 rental units and 120 flips in wholesale, he too has his career ups and downs. He has an exciting story to tell explaining how he crawled his way to success! Jason Moss Real Estate Background Real Estate Broker, Home Builder and an Appraiser. More than 20 years’ Experience Portfolio consist of 160 rental units and 120 flips in sales Based in Sandton Valley Arizona Say hi to him at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP9KPdm1ToUjhm3261VpebA Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co Best Ever Tweet: "Don't be afraid to buy old. Just get started. Because that if I were to tell if I convinced myself years before that, you know this has all happened within the last four years." -- Jason Moss
26 minutes | 8 days ago
JF2413: Learning The Secrets of the Rich With Chris Naugle
Growing up, Chris didn’t have much, but his mom taught him to dream big. With her help, he opened a skateboard and snowboard shop when he was just 16. After the dot-com bubble crash, he got a job at Wall Street and soon became a top financial advisor. In 2006, Chris did his first flip and went on to do a few more deals until the Great Recession of 2008. At that moment, he had just purchased a dilapidated building and had his girlfriend move in with him. At the same time, he was just one mortgage payment away from bankruptcy. He experienced both wild successes and crashes throughout his career, and now he mentors others on wealth-building and the secrets of the rich. Chris Naugle Real Estate Background: Co-founder and CEO of FlipOut Academy, The Money School, and Money Mentor 16 years of real estate investing experience Portfolio consists of 500+ real estate deals - flips, wholesales, rentals Based in Buffalo, NY Say hi to him at: www.chrisnaugle.com Best Ever Book: Profit First Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co Best Ever Tweet: “Changing one thing, adding one step to your life changes everything” - Chris Naugle.
23 minutes | 9 days ago
JF2412 : Surviving The Recession With Stacy Bahrenfuss
Stacy started her real estate quest by applying for a job at a local real estate company when she was in high school. What started as a bet ended up becoming her profession. At 19, Stacy got her real estate license and started working hard at filling the gap the local market had at the time. Stacy started her career in 2006, just a couple of years before the housing market crash. In 2020, her experience surviving the recession is as relevant as ever. Stacy Bahrenfuss Real Estate Background: Founder & CEO of Catalyst Group Started her real estate company at 19, surviving the housing crisis of 2007-2010 She built her real estate company into a 7-figure operation Based in Eagle, ID Say hi to her at: https://www.catalystidaho.com/ Best Ever Book: The 5am Club Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co Best Ever Tweet: “What you do in a bad market is what protects you in the good market” - Stacy Bahrenfuss.
18 minutes | 10 days ago
JF2411: Changing The Niche From Residential Units To Self-Storage Facilities With Zach Quick
Zach started his career back in 2014 by purchasing a garage apartment. Over the next couple of years, he and his wife focused on small multifamily houses, building up their portfolio to 28 units. When they were on vacation, Zach noticed a self-storage facility that gave him an idea for a new business. He got rid of all his residential units, and now he owns self-storage properties across 3 states. Zach Quick Real Estate Background: Full-time self-storage owner/operator 6 years of real estate experience Portfolio consist of 7 self-storage facilities in Arkansas and Missouri Based in Northwest Arkansas Say hi to him at: firstname.lastname@example.org Best Ever Book: Profit First Click here to know more about our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co Best Ever Tweet: “Listen to what you feel called to do and don’t fight that” - Zach Quick.
41 minutes | 11 days ago
JF2410: The 15 Best Ways to Generate Passive Income | Actively Passive Investing Show with Theo Hicks & Travis Watts
Today, Theo will talk with Travis about the 15 different types of passive income streams that he is somehow involved in. They’ll share insights about investment opportunities, private placement investing, the concept of being a passive investor, and the effective ways to generate passive income. If you have questions for us or have a topic you want to discuss, you can email that to me at email@example.com, and we’ll cover it on the Actively Passive Investing Show. We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications, and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening, and I will talk to you tomorrow. Thanks to our sponsors RealEstateAccounting.co
19 minutes | 12 days ago
JF2409: Billion Dollar Investing Lessons From COVID-19 | Syndication School With Theo Hicks
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks is going to go back to cover some of his favorite presentations at the best ever conference 2020. We'll be talking about Jillian Helman of Realty Mogul. Realty Mogul has purchased over $2.8 billion in real estate. Jillian provided tips on things you learned managing a large portfolio during COVID. Thanks to our sponsors To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.
24 minutes | 13 days ago
JF2408: Real Estate Networking in Single-Family and Multi-Family Value-Adds with Savannah Arroyo
Savannah started investing in real estate while she was on maternity leave with her second daughter. She and her husband were looking for different ways they could start investing their money, growing their wealth, working towards financial freedom, and they stumbled upon real estate. They started investing in single-family homes and then switched into multifamily. Right now they’re doing value-add multifamily syndication deals. Within 1 year, they acquired 15 units. Today, Savannah will be explaining which details helped her team reach their goals. Savannah Arroyo Real Estate Background Full-time registered nurse and a Multifamily Syndicator Manager The portfolio consists of 15 units Based in Sacramento, CA Say hi to her at Best Ever Book: Best Ever Tweet: “The more you share, the more you network, the more you help other people grow, it has the potential of coming back to you.” -- Savannah Arroyo
14 minutes | 14 days ago
JF2407: Find Your Real Estate Passion with Kristen Ray
Kristen is a Family Nurse Practitioner from Baltimore. She discovered her passion in real estate with an apartment complex. Real estate helped her get through the education for nursing. She balanced being a practitioner and real estate investor. Being able to get into real estate it became her passion and decided she wanted to focus on this field. Dr. Kristen Ray Real Estate Background Family nurse practitioner & real estate investor Started investing in 2011 Portfolio consist of 150+ units She is also a general partner & asset manager for Vital Investment Partners Based in Ellicott City, MD Say hi to her at: Best Ever Book: Best Ever Tweet: "Let some money work for you. You don't have to always work for your money." -- Kristen Ray
21 minutes | 15 days ago
JF2406: Learning To Listen To Your Intuition With AdaPia d’Errico #SkillsetSunday
AdaPia has been a guest of the show twice before, in 2014 and 2017. This time she’s here to talk about her book, Productive Intuition. She started writing it back in 2018, and the Covid lockdown gave her a push to finish the book. In the past, she’d feel that the deal would be off, yet she’d still go through with it since there was no rational reason behind the feeling. Now she’s learned how to listen to her gut, and she shows others that they can teach themselves to do it as well. AdaPia d’Errico Real Estate Background: Principal and VP of Strategy for Alpha Investing, a private real estate equity firm Alpha Investing invests in multifamily, senior housing, and affordable housing nationwide 20 years of real estate experience Author of Productive Intuition - connecting to the subtle Guest on episode Based in Los Angeles, CA Say hi to her at: Best Ever Tweet: “In real estate, we use our gut all the time” - AdaPia d’Errico.
22 minutes | 16 days ago
JF2405: Looking For Unique Transactions and Great Deals With Craig Coppola
Craig has been representing office owners and tenants for 37 years. 25 years ago, he started acquiring buildings from his own account, making sure the two businesses do not compete. As Craig’s mentors said, there are market deals, off-market deals, and great deals. Now Craig focuses on finding great deals, and he shows his investors and other real estate professionals how to do the same. Craig Coppola Real Estate Background: Commercial real estate broker - specializing in leasing and sales of office projects 37 years of commercial real estate experience and 25 years of investing experience Portfolio consist of 17 real estate investments Based in Phoenix, AZ Say hi to him at: Best Ever Book: Best Ever Tweet: “I get to look for unique transactions, and I encourage everyone to start looking for those” - Craig Coppola.
23 minutes | 17 days ago
JF2404: Applying The Lesson of 2008’ Market Crash To Current Real Estate Investments With Dani Beit-Or
Dani has been in the real estate market for over 16 years. He started investing back when he lived in Israel and continued with it after moving to the USA in 2004. He started building his portfolio by working closely with Silicone Valley residents who were looking to invest in real estate outside their zip code. Addressing the knowledge gaps that his potential investors had helped him gain their trust and secure the investment. Dani is still keen on educating and sharing his knowledge. In this episode, he offers some expert advice that the 2008 market crash has taught him that are still true today. Dani Beit-Or Real Estate Background: CEO of Simply Do It Real Estate Investments, a real estate investment boutique 16 years of real estate investing experience Has invested in and has guided others in the purchase of approximately 5,000 rentals Based in Irvine, CA Say hi to him at: for more info on groundbreaker.co Best Ever Tweet: “I’m not investing for the cash flow, but I want to have that buffer” - Dani Beit-Or.
25 minutes | 18 days ago
JF2403: Self Directed IRA's | Actively Passive Investing Show with Theo Hicks & Travis Watts
Today, Theo and Travis are going to be talking about self-directed IRAs. What is a self-directed IRA? How does that differ from IRA or 401k you may currently have? Many investors use self-directed IRAs and there's almost $20 trillion of IRA money in the United States. The purpose of this episode is to provide insights obtained by one of our contributors. for more info on groundbreaker.co
16 minutes | 19 days ago
JF2402: How to Increase Your Apartment's NOI | Syndication School With Theo Hicks
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks, shares about ways to use technology to improve your multifamily investments. This is based on a great blog post that one of our contributors Veena Jetti. She wrote a really good blog post on how we can use technology to improve the experience of our residents at our multifamily investments, and improve the amount of money we can generate and turn them into money we can distribute to investors. To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. for more info on groundbreaker.co
34 minutes | 20 days ago
JF2401: Grow A High-Income Portfolio with Zach Haptonstall
Zach is the CEO & Co-Founder of Rise48 Equity, an experienced Multifamily Apartment investor, #1 Best Selling Author of "Success Habits of Super Achievers," and the Host & Founder of The Phoenix Multifamily Association. His passion for providing knowledge about financial freedom inspires him to provide passive income opportunities for investors and alike to use their time for more meaningful events such as spending time with families. Currently, he has now 420 units across five properties in Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale worth over $48MM. In today's episode, Zach will be going into details about his journey and challenges as a Multifamily Apartment investor and his advice on how he got to where he is today. Zach Haptonstall Real Estate Background: Founder & President of ZH Multifamily He is lead sponsor, general partner, and equity owner of over $35,000,000 worth of commercial real estate apartment buildings Portfolio consists of 308 units Based in Scottsdale, AZ Say hi to him at: for more info on groundbreaker.co Best Ever Tweet: "As a passive investor, build your presence and get to know your market while investing with people who are local as they are familiar like you." – Zach Haptonstall
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