Oct 18, 2021 | Active-Investing, Investor Relations, Podcasts
Are you waiting until you have a deal before you start networking with investors? Jordan Harbinger contends that you will have much more success if you ‘dig the well before you’re thirsty.’ Today, Jordan shares his proactive approach to building social capital, explaining why relationships are the best insurance policy money can’t buy.
Mar 22, 2021 | Active-Investing, Investor Relations, Podcasts
Without the high-net-worth individuals who put money in our deals, we wouldn’t have a syndication business. And yet, most of us are terrible at showing our appreciation to the passive investors we work with. Today, John Ruhlin introduces us to the gift-giving system that earns a 10X return on investment!
Feb 8, 2021 | Active-Investing, Financial-Freedom, Investor Relations, Podcasts, Raising Money
Raising capital is at the heart of multifamily syndication. But how do you build relationships with investors and make them feel comfortable enough to trust you with their hard-earned money? Today, David Meilan discusses his role as Director of Investor Relations at Nighthawk Equity and describes the process of raising capital for a real estate deal.
Feb 15, 2019 | Active-Investing, Investor Relations, Podcasts, Raising Money, Strategy
As you scale your multifamily real estate business, it becomes increasingly challenging to communicate consistently and manage larger and larger numbers of investors. Today, Josiah Mann of Investor Deal Room joins me to explain how his platform can help you automate your workflow, track leads and build long-term trust with investors!
Jul 18, 2017 | Active-Investing, Analysis, Investor Relations, Strategy, Videos
This post shares the inside scoop on what private investors are looking for from your next syndication deal.
Jun 8, 2015 | Active-Investing, Articles, Education, Investor Relations, StrategyWhile I wrote a lot about FINDING investors for (primarily) apartment building deals, I've not really discussed how to interact with your investors AFTER closing. It's critically important that you communicate with your investors, for at least three reasons: Common...