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The Real Estate Syndication Show
29 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
WS1019: Triple Net Lease Investing With Dan Lewkowicz
Are you looking for an investment that offers stable cash flow with low risk? The triple net lease might just be the right fit for you. But, what is a triple net lease? And how do you start investing in one? What are its pros and cons? In today’s episode, we dig deep about this real estate investment opportunity and find out how this can be a good way to diversify your portfolio and better earn passively.Today, we pick the brain of Dan Lewkowicz of Encore Real Estate Services. Dan is a seasoned real estate veteran with over a decade of experience in many facets of the real estate industry. Dan talks about his experience as a real estate broker and he discusses what a triple net lease is. He elaborates the five variables that determine the worth of property -- lease term, rental escalations, tenant, demographics, and sale. Dan also shares what are the red flags if you are considering investing in a triple net lease -- co-tenancy closure and rent abatement. But, he also gives reasons why this is a preferred asset class especially if you are a passive investor, he says the triple net lease is passive as it gets, it’s as stable as it gets, and it’s as guaranteed as it gets. Tune in now and learn how you can start exploring a triple net lease!
32 minutes | Aug 4, 2021
WS1018: Where to Build Self-Storage Facilities and How to Source Deals with Fernando Angelucci
We’re glad to have our guest back on our show, Fernando Angelucci. He is the COO of Impact Self-Storage. In this episode, Fernando gives us an update on how the pandemic has affected the self-storage asset class and what opportunities have opened up for them. According to him, resilience has been proven time and time again for self-storage as the occupancy rate either stayed the same or slightly increased. The pandemic has caused a lot of movement with people transitioning from the city to the suburbs, kids going to school virtually, and parents having to work from home. He details how they source deals, conduct market research, and underwrite their storage facilities to keep up with the times.
26 minutes | Aug 3, 2021
WS1017: How to Fit Together Real Estate and ATMs to Grow Your Portfolio with Christopher Nelson
For our #TechandTacticsTuesday, our guest, Christopher Nelson, shares his experiences of being a technology executive to becoming a real estate and ATMs investor. He has been in technology for the last twenty years. His vision was to create a large portion of equity and then diversify into real estate. Being overly exposed to stocks, he found it very difficult to get into passive income. He realized that there was a great educational void that prevented people from getting into real estate. There’s still a lot of people out there who are not aware of the opportunities that this business offers. Others wanted to get in but didn’t know what to do or how to start. There is also that misconception that real estate is too risky and complicated. As a result, people miss out and end up having 68-90% of their personal wealth in a single stock. You could be one of them! Join us in this episode to learn more about how to expand your investment portfolio through passive income and ATMs!
30 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
WS1016: Do Today What Benefits Tomorrow with AJ Osborne | #MindsetMonday
Our guest for today, AJ Osborne, was a salesman who decided to invest in cash-flowing assets. However, he became paralyzed from head to toe and was fired from his job. But because of his investments in these cash-flowing assets, he and his family were well taken care of during that unexpected, ultimate low, personal crisis.AJ shares some very important and powerful lessons that he learned through this experience and how it changed his mindset about himself and about running a business. Listen to his amazing story! It can change your life too!
23 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
WS1015: Things To Remember When Doing Due Diligence | HIGHLIGHTS
In every real estate deal, it is important to practice due diligence. By doing so, you are practicing prudence and at the same time ensuring that your investors can trust you with their hard-earned money. So, what are the things you should know about due diligence in real estate syndication? In this Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Dax Ferguson of Heritage Construction & Consulting Services and Matt Faircloth of DeRosa Group.Dax talks about his professional process of due diligence inspection, the convenience the service provides, and what you should be considering when doing it yourself or hiring in a team. Matt, meanwhile, speaks about the crucial role of doing due diligence, what its purpose is, and when revaluation or re-trading might be appropriate. Click the play button now and learn more about due diligence!
34 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
WS1014: Using Real Estate Investing to Fulfill Your Life Mission and Passion with Tyler Goble
Our guest for today, Tyler Goble, served in the USMC infantry and is currently still active duty. He and his wife are making a huge impact in the struggle against modern-day slavery. In this episode, Tyler shares how his real estate business became the means to support their mission and passion to help many victims in human trafficking.Tyler started investing in real estate before he got married. He bought a house and rented out the rooms to his friends. He never really had a huge desire to make a business out of it. But coming from a Christian background, he understood the Biblical principle of generosity. After getting married they learned about Unbound, a human trafficking non-profit organization. Out of their desire to help, Tyler discovered how quickly he can scale in real estate to support this worthy cause. Tune in to know more about their amazing and inspiring journey!
34 minutes | Jul 30, 2021
WS1013: The Importance of Getting a Broker – Whether You’re a Buyer or Seller in Real Estate Business with Shmuel Siegel
How do brokers put deals together? What are they looking for in a deal? How do they help their clients find the best deals? Today’s guest, Shmuel Siegel, answers those questions and gives us a closer look at how brokers help in the acquisition process. Shmuel also explains how sellers can arrive at a price through the appraisal process. He gives three approaches that can help them know how to underwrite a deal. He then elaborates on how to understand and know if it’s a good deal or not and how to make an offer and negotiate in a way that will show your clients that they can trust you. Tune in for more viewpoints from a broker working with different sellers and buyers!
29 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
WS1012: Setting a 10-Year Vision And Achieving It Through Vertical Integration With Chris Grenzig
When running a business, it is important to set your short-term and long-term plans. Because by doing so, it will guide you as an entrepreneur on what path to take and what actions need to be done to achieve those goals. For real estate investor Chris Grenzig, he set a 10-year vision of having a $500 million asset under management. In this episode, Chris, owner of JAG Communities, details his plans to achieve his 10-year vision through vertical integration of his real estate business. Chris shares his thought process in building a vertically integrated business to help him grow his revenue. Chris also says being vertically integrated allows you to bring more revenue and have more staff. He also emphasizes the importance of having more staff because it allows you to do more and to have more control in your business. He says having control in your real estate business is undervalued. Click the play button now and find out if vertical integration will also work for your business!
34 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
WS1011: Combining Syndication Returns and Tax Advantages of IRA With Clay Malcolm
Why are you investing in real estate? Is it for passive or active income, retirement, diversifying portfolio? If you are aiming to build your retirement fund, then one option you can explore is unleashing the power of your self-directed individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and solo 401 (k).In this episode, Sam Rust speaks to Clay Malcolm of Advanta IRA about how you can combine your multifamily syndication investment returns and the tax advantages you get from your IRAs. Clay has been in the self-directed IRA and 401(k) industry since 2011, both as an educator and investor. He combines his 20+ years of education experience and his expertise in self-directed account strategies to educate clients, CPAs, CFPs, and real estate professionals throughout the county on the benefits of self-direction. Listen now and learn how you can grow your retirement fund!
23 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
WS1010: Single Asset Vs. Multi-Asset Funds with Whitney Sewell and Sam Rust
When choosing where to invest your hard-earned money, you must understand the kind of fund or investment you are looking into whether it is in real estate or not. But, if you do consider diversifying your portfolio with a real estate investment, there are options such as investing in a single asset or a multi-asset fund. So, which of two will give you better returns and confidence that your investment will be able to help you achieve your set financial goals?In this episode, our very own Whitney Sewell and Sam Rust differentiate single asset and multi-asset funds. Whitney and Sam discuss the funds they are offering in Life Bridge Capital and why they are focusing on multi-asset funds right now. Sam says the advantage of investing in a smaller firm like Life Bridge Capital is that they have more flexibility and minimize risks of the investment. Whitney also details how hiring class A talent for the team is crucial. And finally, they talk about the fund being divided into development and value-add deals which they believe are allowing them to explore to the greater upside. Listen now and learn about multi-asset funds!
29 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
WS1009: How To Become an Unstoppable Entrepreneur With Mike Ciorrocco
Every entrepreneur aims for success. And to be successful, you have to have the right mindset to run your business. For example, in running a real estate business for the first time, you can expect some hurdles and struggles along the way. But, it is always possible to overcome those and succeed. In this episode, we speak to performance coach, author, dynamic public speaker, visionary, and thought leader, Mike Ciorrocco. Mike shares how you can be an unstoppable entrepreneur by having a never-give-up mentality. Mike also emphasizes the importance of having imagination and being obsessed to succeed. Mike shares we cannot be limited by our past experiences and by what other people think of us. Mike’s advice when you hit an obstacle, figure out some ways around it. Click the play button now and kickstart your day with this #MindsetMonday episode!
24 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
WS1008: How Your Spouse Plays A Role In Your Success
Have you ever heard of the saying “behind every successful man is a woman”? History has proven that this saying is true. In the last part of our special four-part series, Whitney and Chelsea Sewell talk about the role your spouse plays in your success.Whitney emphasizes the need for you to have your spouse on board with your big plans in your business. Chelsea, meanwhile, talks about the importance of being a supportive spouse and not a nagging one. Whitney and Chelsea also discuss the role of their family, friends, and church family in their success. Finally, they share how they found the right partner for their business and how the grace of God helped them to grow every step of the way. Listen now!
27 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
WS1007: Our Mission: Helping Families To Adopt A Child
What is your ‘why? Figuring out your ‘why’ in doing your business will definitely help you grow your business in many ways. One of the first things to do when you start a business, may it be in real estate or not, is to come up with your vision and mission. Your ‘why’ is your mission.In part three of our four-part special series, Whitney and Chelsea Sewell talk about their why, the mission behind Life Bridge Capital -- helping families to adopt a child. In this episode, they both talk about the reason why despite the hardships they have encountered early on, they kept their faith in the Lord. Whitney emphasizes the importance of having the same mission as your spouse. Chelsea, meanwhile, elaborates on the birth of Life Bridge Foundation, a foundation that helps families who want to adopt a child. Listen now and learn about Whitney and Chelsea’s mission, and how you can help as well!
37 minutes | Jul 23, 2021
WS1006: The Pros and Cons of Investing In A Fund With Kevin Brenner
If you want to invest in real estate but you don’t dream to become a landlord, then investing in a fund may be the best option for you. Real estate funds are attractive, especially for passive investors. In this episode, we speak to Kevin Brenner of Nimbus Capital and he talks about the pros and cons of investing in a real estate fund.Kevin shares how his military background influences how he handles his real estate business. Kevin defines to us what is a fund of fund structure and everything we need to know before investing in it. He also talks about Nimbus Capital’s Stratus Fund. Kevin emphasizes the importance of having a great CPA and tax advisor. Listen now and find out how you can diversify by investing in a fund!
26 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
WS1005: Growing Your Real Estate Business Using LinkedIn With Moses Hall
The advent of the Internet has given industries a lot of advantages and disadvantages. One of the advantages of course is the growth of social media use which enables a business to reach its target markets. For one real estate investor, one social media platform is very effective to do business-to-business connections and that is LinkedIn.In this episode, we speak to Moses Hall of MoHall Commercial & Urban Development and he tells us how he uses LinkedIn to grow his business. Moses talks about getting people to engage in your posts. He emphasizes the need to understand your audience and providing value to them. Moses says you can do that by providing market information and branding yourself as an expert. Moses also gives tips on how you can create content and how often you should post. Click the play button now and learn how you can maximize your LinkedIn account today!
24 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
WS1004: Investing Out-Of-State With Jay Tenenbaum
Do you plan to invest out-of-state? Whether it is for diversification, growing your real estate portfolio, or simply wanting to own a vacation home, investing out-of-state multiplies the challenges of investing in a real estate property. Today, we pick the brain of Jay Tenenbaum of Scottsdale Real Estate Investments.Jay shares how he successfully invested in mortgage notes in out-of-state properties and managing an out-of-state rental port. Jay says the key to success in managing out-of-state investments is to build a strong team. Jay also talks about how having an in-house project manager helps him manage his out-of-state investments. Listen now!
28 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
WS1003: Ways To Scale Your Real Estate Business With Shelby Osborne
Many factors can contribute to the success of your business. Most of them if not all can be controlled by you. In this episode, we talk about how to scale your business by putting the right systems in place and hiring the right people to join your team with real estate entrepreneur Shelby Osborne of Five Pillars Realty.Shelby is a 6-year Army veteran who got out in 2018 to pursue real estate full-time as both an investor and an agent. She talks about her journey of transitioning from working in the military to doing real estate full-time. She also shares the systems she uses that enable her to scale her business fast. Shelby also talks about the importance of hiring the right people to join your team. She emphasizes being authentic and always ready to listen. Click the play button now for our #TechandTacticsTuesday!
33 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
WS1002: Going Beyond Financial Returns to Creating Meaningful Impact with Anna Kelley
Coming from a dysfunctional family and poor background, Anna Kelley fought through the challenges and used her experiences as stepping stones to success. She learned the value of contentment through the things she and her family had to go through. Her job as a financial advisor for Bank of America opened her eyes to the vast opportunity that real estate offers. As she moved forward and became successful, Anna found a greater mission in life that inspired her to do deals that are really going to make an impact on this world. It was not just about feeding her family any more, it was about creating programs that will benefit the community. It was a mission that’s greater than financial success. And it is in sharing that mission and getting people involved where she received the best return of investment.
22 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
WS1001: Why Family Is Part of Your Real Estate Success
People have different reasons to aim for success in life, career, or business. We have different motivations to be better and for some, that motivation is their family. In part two of this four-part series, Whitney Sewell and his wife, Chelsea, talk about the role of their whole family in the success of their real estate business. Whitney and Chelsea emphasize the importance of overcommitting and having everyone in the family onboard your goal to succeed. Chelsea says she considers the time they all need to focus and work to achieve their goals as a fruitful working time. Whitney also details how he had to go above and beyond to make everything happen, including mounting a daily podcast show. Chelsea also shares the importance of thinking long-term, being transparent to your children, and how God makes all things possible. Click the play button now and learn the wisdom of having your family take part in your real estate success.
33 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
WS1000: Overcoming Our First Real Estate Heartbreak
In every success story are stories of failures, hardships, and struggles. The road to achieving financial freedom and stability is not always easy. It requires hard work, perseverance, dedication, and ultimately, passion. As the show reached a milestone – the 1,000th episode, we prepared a very special four-part series where Whitney Sewell and his wife, Chelsea, talk about their real estate journey. In part one of this series, Whitney and Chelsea look back on their journey. Whitney details how he had to change careers several times – from serving as a police officer to working as a federal agent and at the same time running a horse-riding business, to becoming a full-time real estate entrepreneur. Chelsea also talks about the sacrifices they both have to make to achieve their dream for their family. The two also elaborate why they have decided to sell their first investment – two triplex units in Kentucky. They also reminisce about a time when they reflected about their lives at a beach one fall, and the time they decided to undergo mentorship, at the same time, process their first adoption. Tune in now and learn about the beginnings of what is now known as The Real Estate Syndication Show and Life Bridge Capital.
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