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Investor Financing Podcast
4 minutes | May 21, 2022
SBA 7a rent replacement loans
How to Get SBA 7a Rent Replacement Loans In this episode, Beau and Ray cover "rent replacement loans," which is what you should do if you own a business and pay rent. With a rent replacement loan, you finance the purchase of the building and essentially stop paying rent. You need good cashflow, so this works well for doctors and dentists, for example, but it's not just limited to "professional services." There are some restrictions on this type of loan, but it's pretty easy to qualify for and loans are pretty quickly approved, in general.
5 minutes | May 20, 2022
Non bank SBA 7a Lenders
What is a Non-Bank SBA 7a Lender (SBA 7a loans)? In this second episode with Ray Drew, Beau and Ray talk about non-bank SBA 7(a) lenders. You may ask, "What is a non-bank SBA lender?" In short, it's NOT a bank. But more importantly, they are direct lender but not under all the rules as an FDIC-insured bank. They have more flexibility than a traditional bank. The best non-bank lenders are "Preferred Lender Partner" (or PLP) is the most desirable accreditation a lender can receive. PLP lenders can offer the full range of SBA loan products and have the authority to make final credit decisions, which simplifies and speeds up the loan approval process for everyone involved.
6 minutes | May 19, 2022
SBA 7a loans for business acquisitions
SBA 7a Loans for Business Acquisitions In this first episode of the series, Beau talks with Ray Drew about SBA 7(a) loans, specifically for use as a business acquisition tool. Did you know that you can finance 90 percent (or more) of total business acquisition cost with an SBA 7a loan? You can!
33 minutes | May 18, 2022
Using Hard Money to BRRRR into Short Term Rentals
Using Hard Money to BRRRR into Short Term Rentals In this episode, Beau and Sean Pan talk about hard money, the BRRRR method, and short term rentals (e.g., AirBnB). There's a lot here, so pay attention! More importantly, Sean discussed how he ties all these things together. Sean started his career flipping houses in the Bay Area, but decided it's way better to buy real estate properties, fix them, and then rent them out as short-term rentals. He 2-3x his cashflow doing it this way.
33 minutes | May 17, 2022
Motivated Seller Lead Generation Update 2022 [Evergreen Marketing] - PART2
In this episode, Beau & Carrot founder, Trevor Mauch, dive deeper into the strategy for finding motivated seller leads. The idea here is to attract motivated sellers to your website, get them on a lead gen list, and reach out to them to buy real estate investment properties at below market prices.
27 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
Motivated Seller Lead Generation Update 2022 [Evergreen Marketing] - PART1
Motivated Seller Lead Generation Update 2022 [Evergreen Marketing] - PART1 In this episode, Beau sits down with Carrot founder, Trevor Mauch, to talk about real estate lead gen. They talked about the importance of evergreen marketing, organic SEO, video marketing, and how you have to build your business brick by brick. But with the organic SEO Trevor talks about, the leads you get are far better than what you get with paid traffic. Trevor's platform has pulled in over 3 million leads. Beau uses it and can vouch for its effectiveness. Make sure you watch this video and the next one (we brought Trevor back for a second episode).
32 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
Multifamily Developer, Author and Speaker Preston Byrd
Multifamily Developer, Author and Speaker Preston Byrd In this episode our guest, Preston Byrd will KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF! He's a dynamic speaker and real estate developer, who has built 6,000+ units across the southeastern US. Beau and Preston talk about how a person could start from humble beginnings and grow a business from scratch and continue to grow and thrive for years to come. This is an inspiring episode, to be sure. You don't want to miss this.
32 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
A Successful Attorney and Consultant to Multifamily Investors
How to Find a Multifamily Mentor In this episode, Beau talks with Charles Dobens about multifamily real estate properties. They discussed a variety of topics, chief among them was if you want to begin investing in multifamily properties, like apartments, it would be wise to seek out a mentor who has been through the ropes.
4 minutes | Apr 24, 2022
Investor Loans for Rental Property Update 2022
Investor Loans for Rental Property Update 2022 As you may have heard, the Fed is raising interest rates all through 2022. The rise has already been felt and rates throughout the various markets have already begun to cascade. Most economists are forecasting a recession. But don't despair. What goes up must come down, as they say. In this episode, Beau discussed investor loans, in particular DSCR, and how the Fed rate hikes will impact them. A month ago, DSCR loans were in the 4 percent range; now, they're in the 6 percent range. Historically, after every recession, rates drop, so potentially an adjustable rate or bridge loan may be a great solution to meet cashflow requirements.
29 minutes | Apr 23, 2022
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INSURANCE EXPLAINED
Commercial Real Estate Insurance Explained - How Much Protection is Enough? In this episode, Beau and Jeremy talk insurance. I know, ugh. But it's necessary. Commercial real estate insurance is often overlooked. Beau & Jeremy talked horror stories about getting the wrong coverage...and then something goes wrong and you discover--too late!--that you're not covered. They also talked about why working with an insurance broker may be your best option to find the best coverage and terms. It also helps you with providing an advocate who is looking out for your best interest. About Jeremy Jeremy Goodrich owns Shine Insurance Agency. He’s a teacher at heart and he simplifies insurance by giving step by step guidance along the way. Before Shine, he was an elementary school teacher, helping countless kids fall in love with art, math, science, and writing. Former students remember learning to play hockey in gym class, opening epic businesses in a virtual world called The Businesses Project, and learning to use a sewing machine. After 13 years of teaching, he decided it was time to change the way people feel about insurance. Jeremy carried the heart of an educator over and he's been making insurance simple for first time home buyers and real estate investors ever since. Most days Jeremy can be found helping real estate investors by sending them insurance quotes, reviewing their policies, and making insurance work for their bottom line. He's also the host of a multifamily real estate podcast, and the host of Youtube's #1 most watched independent insurance agency channel.
43 minutes | Apr 22, 2022
Midwest Multifamily, Marketing and More
Midwest Multifamily, Marketing and More In this episode, Beau talks with John Casmon, a real estate consultant, about multifamily investing. They talked about John's evolution from corporate America into full-time real estate investing and how his marketing experience in the corporate world carried over into real estate. John likes this quote from Robert Kiyosaki: “The richest people in the world look for and build networks, everyone else looks for work.” According to John, you may not have the network today that can buy a multi-million dollar apartment building, but that doesn’t mean you can’t create a powerful network that can. Watch this interview for some keen insights on building your own network and using it to leverage your real estate portfolio. About John Casmon Prior to becoming a full-time investor, John worked in corporate America, overseeing marketing campaigns for General Motors, Nike, and Coors Light. Now, John is a real estate entrepreneur, who has partnered with busy professionals to invest in over $100 million worth of apartments. John also consults active multifamily investors to help them start or grow their business. He hosts the Target Market : Multifamily Insights podcast (formerly Target Market Insights) and is the co-creator of the Midwest Real Estate Networking Summit.
25 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
Investing in Mortgage Notes for Passive Income
Investing in Mortgage Notes to Build Passive Income In this episode, Beau talks with Jasmine Willois about investing in mortgage notes, which is a very good way to build the passive income you will need to secure your financial future. Benefits of note investing: --No tenants --No toilets --No turnover PLUS, you can be very creative in the way you acquire and structure mortgage notes. You can buy non-performing notes, season them, get them performing, and then sell them for a profit. You can sell off a portion of the payments. You can use other people's money to purchase a note and make the spread. Potentially, you can even take the property back if the owner doesn't pay. Needless to say, there are many options with mortgage notes. Listen in as Jasmine shares her vast knowledge of mortgage notes. About Jasmine Willois Jasmine is the President of The Note Assistance Program and co-host of the award winning educational podcast The Naked Notes Podcast, where she combines her deep inside knowledge of the secondary mortgage industry with a passion for building life-changing strategies for generational wealth. Her program has trained 1000s of executives, entrepreneurs, and small business owners for wealth building and portfolio management via first position mortgages. The podcast is listened to in 13 countries and boasts over 100k listeners. A champion of strict procedures and policies, Jasmine has built a proprietary system that has proven itself over the past 10 years on the alternative investment scene. She has built a reputation for training women and minorities to find the confidence, courage, and profit to leave corporate America to pursue their passions. Prior to founding The Note Assistance Program in 2013, Jasmine served 20+ years in the financial services industry working executive roles at Morgan Stanley.
24 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
The Donis Brother Acquired 600 Plus Multifamily Units in Their Early Twenties
These "twentysomethings" are building a highly profitable real estate empire In this interview, Beau talked with the Donis brothers about their rapid rise to owning over 600 multi-family units while in their twenties. The brothers grew up with a loving single mother who worked hard as a housekeeper who taught them solid life lessons early on. They told their mom that they wanted to drop out of college to begin their real estate investing career and needed to take $500 out of their savings. She said no at first, but then she acquiesced. 30 days later, they had closed their first deal and made over $30k! Obviously, they have been even more successful since then, acquiring over 600 units. About the Donis brothers Jeffrey, Kenneth, and Kerwin Donis built a portfolio of cash-flowing rentals and a six figure business as single family real estate investors. They are passionate about helping others reach their financial goals through real estate investing. You can check out their podcast– the Real Estate Monopoly - where they interview professionals who are dominating the real estate industry. Their multifamily portfolio consists of 600+ units across the Southeast.
25 minutes | Apr 20, 2022
Building a Team to Scale Your Multifamily Investing Business
Building a Team to Scale Your Multifamily Investing Business - Tips for Success In this episode, Beau talked with Duc Ong about how Duc started out buying small properties. He quickly learned he needed to build a team, as everybody brings different strengths and perspectives to the team. He is the CFO and CIO of Tri-City Equity. Duc is a very good underwriter and raises capital for every project. Day to day, he works as a real estate agent in Hawaii with an average price point of $1 million. About Duc Ong A resident of Honolulu for more than 17 years, Duc has lived and worked in many areas on Oahu. His business is based on mostly referrals from satisfied clients. Most important to Duc is providing exceptional service to buyers and sellers in order to earn their trust, referrals, and repeat business. Duc has sold homes in all price ranges from starter homes and luxury condominiums, multi-family properties, and investment properties, totaling over $30M in career sales. Clients appreciate his flexibility, low pressure sales, patience, ability to listen and hear what a client wants, negotiation and analytical skills, and his ability to accurately price and market a home. As a graduate of the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a M.S. in Physics, he brings a unique analytical skill set to the real estate business. He moved from Southern California to Honolulu in 2004, after graduating from UC San Diego with a B.S. in Physics. He is also fluent in Vietnamese. As a real estate investor, Duc is a partner in 1044 units across 8 states. He is a limited partner in a 310 unit community in El Paso, TX, and a 192-unit in Longview, TX. As an active investor, he owns a single-family rental property in Anaheim, CA, 15 units in one JV in Pittsburgh, PA, and 525 units as a GP with Tri-city Equity Group in Saginaw, MI, El Paso, TX, Salem/Roanoke, VA, Johnson City, TN, and Berlin, MD. He owns a personal residence condominium in Honolulu and is under contract on a new construction condo unit in Kaka’ako. His broad experience as a real estate investor in both Oahu and mainland properties allows him to provide his clients with the best experience in both buying and selling properties. He specializes in working with investors.
33 minutes | Apr 19, 2022
Scale Your Wholesaling/Flipping Business by Hiring the Right People
How to Scale & Grow Your Wholesaling and Flipping Businesses [Hint: Hire the right people] In this episode, Beau talks with Mike Simmons. They talked a bit about the importance of hiring the right people for your business, as well as why he moved from flipping to wholesaling (it's easier to systemize and it takes less time). Make sure you watch this episode. You'll get some real golden nuggets from Mike. About Mike Michigan-based investor Mike Simmons shares exactly how he went from moderate success to $1 million in annual profit. You'll learn why Mike switched gears from flipping to wholesaling real estate, what he's learned from spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on various marketing channels, and the four-point checklist you must use when considering any kind of partnership.
6 minutes | Apr 19, 2022
SBA 7a Loans for Business Acquisitions
In this first episode of the series, Beau talks with Ray Drew about SBA 7(a) loans, specifically for use as a business acquisition tool. Did you know that you can finance 90 percent (or more) of total business acquisition cost with an SBA 7a loan? You can!
47 minutes | Apr 18, 2022
Getting to 1000 Units Systematically with Bill Manassero
Getting to 1000 Units Systematically with Bill Manassero [Multifamily Investing] After successful careers as a professional musician and in software development, Bill then spent 12 years in Haiti, starting a non-profit called Child Hope. When he returned to the States, he wanted to figure out how to create long-term cashflow. That's when he got started in real estate investing. He quickly realized in order to reach his 1,000 door goal, he needed to get into multifamily investing. He started his podcast to help people 50 and older create retirement plans through real estate investing. About Bill Bill Manassero acquires multifamily properties that will not only help in retirement but will also generate badly needed funds for Child Hope, his non-profit organization in Haiti. He is also the founder of the Old Dawg’s REI Network. Bill has the goal to grow his real estate portfolio to 1,000 units/doors in six years or less. He will share his experience as part of this web site to further provide valuable content and information for potential and existing real estate investors. The purpose of the Old Dawg’s web site, blog, newsletter, and podcast is to provide valuable information and resources for others who seek real estate investing as their means to fund their retirement years.
22 minutes | Apr 17, 2022
Investing in Multifamily vs Flipping Homes
What Investors Need to Know about Buying Multifamily vs Flipping Homes In this episode, Beau talks with Jason Yarusi, a real estate investor specializing in multifamily properties. Jason got his start in real estate working for his dad's real estate company, where they physically moved houses onto properties. Like many people, he had an interest in real estate and got into wholesaling and flipping real estate. He quickly realized that was "just another job," and he wanted more. So he turned to a mentor early on in the multifamily syndication space and learned the ropes there. He credits his success to having the right mindset and keeping his health as his top priority. About Jason Jason Yarusi is an active Real Estate Syndicator and Real Estate Investor. Jason and his wife Pili founded Yarusi Holdings, a multifamily investment firm that has acquired over 1400 units valued at $160 Million since 2016. Jason also hosts The Multifamily Live Podcast a podcast that provides actionable content and tools to build and strengthen your multifamily business. Jason is founder of the New Jersey Multifamily Live Club with over 2,500 members that focuses on Real Estate Syndication and Multifamily Investing and trains other on the success formula to buying apartment buildings at www.7FigureMultifamily.com. Jason has started and exited multiple businesses in the past 15 years and his family construction business has a niche industry position in raising and moving structures. The company has elevated over 2,000 homes in the last 7 years alone.
5 minutes | Apr 16, 2022
504 SBA loan structure explained
How Are SBA 504 Loans Structured? [SBA 504 loan explained] In this episode, join Beau as he explains the Small Business Administration's SBA 504 loan program, specifically how the loans are structured. He covers: Eligible uses for SBA 504 loans 💲Purchases of owner-occupied land and buildings 🏗 New construction ✔ Renovation or expansion of owner-occupied commercial real estate Heavy machinery or equipment purchases and moving expenses 💳 Debt refinancing of non-government guaranteed owner-occupied commercial real estate and equipment debt 💡 Soft costs (e.g., appraisals, title searches, legal fees, etc.) ⚡ Repayment of interim financing costs
44 minutes | Apr 16, 2022
Done for You Lead Generation: How to close more deals with less work with Gary Boomershine
Lead Generation for Real Estate Investors with Gary Boomershine In this episode, Beau and Gary Boomershine talk lead gen for real estate investors. They talked about the importance of working ON your business instead of working IN your business. They also talked about how Gary developed his own software and done for you investment service. Additionally, they talked about data providers, direct mail, dialing for dollars (phone calls), and how to get the most ROI through different marketing platforms. This is an episode you don't want to miss! About Gary Gary Boomershine founded RealEstateInvestor.com in 2005 out of the need to scale and grow his own real estate investing and home buying business. With a family legacy in the real estate niche, and a long successful career in enterprise and emerging technology markets, Gary saw the vision for RealEstateInvestor.com. He noticed the glaring opportunity to leverage people, processes and technology to gain a leg up in a changing and competitive marketplace. As he worked to develop and use the initial product and service, he saw his real estate business flourish by allowing him to work smarter – not harder and focusing on the one thing that makes money – talking to sellers and making offers. "Most investors limit their growth and many times fail because they lack real marketing and sales expertise along with the infrastructure to scale their business. Instead of being able to focus on closing deals and maximizing profits, they hit a wall trying to build and do everything themselves; and they simply can’t do it!" - Gary Boomershine Under the leadership of Gary Boomershine, RealEstateInvestor.com has launched a “technology revolution” within the real estate niche; offering an alternative to the MLS by bringing pre-screened motivated sellers and buyers face to face at the right time. Gary currently resides in Northern California with his wife and two daughters where he continues to be a visionary for RealEstateInvestor.com. He is actively involved in real estate investing and private lending. In his free time, he enjoys fly fishing, skiing, hiking, mountain biking and traveling with family.
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