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Running a business is never just about the business. Being a successful entrepreneur means finding balance between your personal and professional life. So, how does a multifamily syndicator build a fulfilling family life? Listen in as Vivian and Michael Blank explain how they navigate marriage and parenthood while growing a successful real estate investing business.
One of the beautiful things about investing in real estate is its tax benefits. And the 1031 exchange is a common strategy we use to avoid paying capital gains. Listen in as Dave Foster shares his expertise in leveraging IRC Section 1031 to reinvest real estate profits—rather than handing them over to Uncle Sam!
Owning class D properties in neighborhoods plagued by gang violence, prostitution and drug abuse is not easy. But it does give an owner-operator the street smarts to keep themselves, their employees and properties safe. Listen in as podcast cohost Garrett Lynch shares more stories from his experience as an investor in Chicago’s most dangerous neighborhoods!
All CPAs are not created equal. And if you’re working with an accountant who doesn’t understand real estate tax strategy, you may be leaving tens of thousands of dollars on the table. Listen in as Thomas Castelli explains how real estate taxes work and why tax planning is so important for multifamily investors!
In the spring of 2020, store shelves were empty. And supply chain issues have disrupted businesses of all kinds ever since—including real estate. But what, exactly, is causing these problems in the supply chain? Listen in as Jeff Davis explains why our supply chain is out of whack and how that impacts multifamily investors.
If you’re a new syndicator with a small network, you can keep track of investors on a spreadsheet and raise money manually. But the process becomes more and more tedious as your investor database grows. Listen in as Perry Zheng explains how investor management software automates the process of raising equity for multifamily syndications!
Michael Flight used to be a crypto-skeptic. But as he learned more about the blockchain and its potential to make real estate more accessible, he became a crypto-innovator. Listen in as Michael explains the upside of tokenizing ownership in high-quality commercial real estate and how it solves the liquidity problem in multifamily investing.
No matter what asset class you want to invest in, creativity is key—especially if you don’t have a rich uncle to help you get started. Don't ask yourself, ‘Can I do this?’ Ask yourself, ‘How can I do this?’
Listen in as Christian Osgood shares his top creative strategies for financing real estate deals!
Are you too hands-off with your property management team? Or too involved? What does a healthy relationship between property managers and ownership groups look like? Listen in as Nathan Ridgeway explains how to build a collaborative relationship with your property management company, striking the right balance between trusting your management team and verifying their performance.
Think you need an Ivy League education or 20 years of experience on Wall Street to set up a fund? Think again! Listen in as Bridger Pennington explores the pros and cons of syndications versus funds, explaining how to simplify the process of raising money for multiple real estate deals through a fund.
Investor relations is not about selling a deal. It’s about getting to know individual investors and solving their problems. But what does that look like in practice? Listen in as Travis Watts explains how to build relationships with potential investors and educate them around the benefits of investing in multifamily syndications.
Proximity is power. But how do you get in front of successful people when you're struggling yourself? Sterling Griffin was homeless when he decided to surround himself with the people he wanted to become. Listen in as Sterling explains how he went from living in his car to making $1.68M in less than 2 years!