#32: Why Your Real Estate Website Matters with Todd Heitner

Uncategorized Dec 11, 2019

Todd Heitner is the founder of Apartment Investor Pro where he has been designing websites for real estate investors for over 15 years. Todd and I discuss the importance of having a website and why every real estate investor needs to have one!

 

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Why Your Real Estate Website Matters

The building blocks of any business is the basics. When it comes to real estate investing the basics include creating a website. However, if you're like most investors you're great at investing, but not so great at creating a website. This is where Todd's company comes in. 

Todd saw people struggling to create a website and knew that there had to be a better way. His company allows you to get a website up and running as quickly as one day. You can't expect people to invest money with you if you don't have a website. Even...

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#31: Master The Art of Commercial Real Estate Investing with Doug Marshall

Uncategorized Dec 04, 2019

Doug Marshall is a seasoned commercial real estate professional with almost 40 years of experience. He is the award-winning author of Mastering the Art of Commercial Real Estate Investing. Doug and I discuss what it takes to be a successful investor in the field of commercial real estate.

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Master The Art of Commercial Real Estate Investing with Doug Marshall 

Doug began working as a real estate developer in 1980, eventually getting into the financing side of real estate in 1988. Doug even worked for a Fannie Mae lender. He also worked as a property manager for 3 years managing 700 units. With over 40 years of real estate experience, Doug just happens to know a little bit about commercial lending. 

There is quite a bit to learn in this episode: 

  • The 4 differences in real estate investing vs the...
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#30: Where The Market Is Heading with Blake Janover

Uncategorized Nov 27, 2019

Blake Janover is the Founder and CEO of Janover Ventures. He has 15+ years of real estate finance experience and 15+ years of commercial and multifamily real estate finance. Blake and I discuss where the real estate market is heading in 2020 and beyond!

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Blake has originated and underwritten billions of dollars of loans. However, it wasn't always like that. He started his own company at 18 calling every bank in the yellow pages to become a direct lender. Blake rode the market success until one day it all came crashing down. 

Since the market crash, Blake has learned a lot. He and I discuss where the market is heading in 2020 and beyond by touching on key topics such as supply and demand, why people are investing heavily in B class properties, and even why owning a home may not be the American dream...

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#29: Increase Revenue and Reduce Utility Expenses with Kevin Gardner

Uncategorized Nov 20, 2019

Kevin Gardner is the founder of Telecom Marketing Strategies (Parent Company of Multifamily Utility Solutions). His company works with multifamily owners to increase their revenue by reducing utility costs. Kevin and I discuss how he started his business and how he’s been able to expand to electric and gas utilities!

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Increase Revenue and Reduce Utility Expenses with Kevin Gardner

During Kevin's time with Comcast, he personally executed agreements for hundreds of thousands of multifamily units. Today, his company helps you negotiate and understand your cable contracts. Kevin has only one goal... to make you more money because when you make money Kevin makes money. The best part of his service is that he charges nothing upfront, only a revenue share of the money he's able to make you! 

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#28: How To Get Started In Multifamily Investing with Spencer Cullor

podcast Nov 13, 2019

Meet another of my successful students. Spencer Cullor is about to hit the 1,000 unit mark this year and recounts in this week's epsiode how he worked his tail off to get his first deal done. I remember it because I was his mentor through it. Now he lives a life that many people only dream of.

Spencer Cullor is a r
eal estate investor, business owner, author, speaker, and current Director of Commercial Acquisitions. He has developed an extensive background in commercial, multifamily, and residential real estate. Spencer and I discuss how he got started in multifamily investing and how you can too! 

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How To Get Started In Multifamily Investing with Spencer Cullor 

Spencer had been investing in real estate on the side when he decided to jump in with both feet. In his first two years as a real estate...

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#27: How To Grow Your Syndication Business with Whitney Sewell

podcast Nov 06, 2019

Whitney Sewell, founder of Life Bridge Capital LLC works with accredited investors to improve their investment returns via the exceptional opportunities that multifamily syndication offers. Life Bridge Capital now has over 900 doors valued at over $120 Million. Whitney and I discuss how to grow your syndication business!  

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How To Grow Your Syndication Business with Whitney Sewell

Whitney had been working a job under an agency for the DOT. While the job was great, Whitney knew that it was still a job. He had been looking for a way out when he came across real estate investing. 

 Whitney owned a 15-unit apartment when he knew he wanted to scale faster. He started networking, raising money, and looking for apartments like crazy. Whitney jumped into the world of syndication with both feet. 

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#26: Create Your Own Real Estate Book In Only 7 Hours with Nick Raithel

podcast Oct 30, 2019

Truth in Lending! Disclaimer! After listening to Nick and hearing how he is able to help you get your book written in 7 hours, I SIGNED UP WITH HIM! I have been looking for a guy like Nick and I am so looking forward to working with him to get my first book completed! 

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Nick Raithel is the creator of the 7-Hour Book. This proven system allows any real estate investor to get their own professionally-published book while spending only 7 hours of their time on it.

Nick saw an opportunity for real estate investors that didn't involve handing out their business card at REIA events. He realized that when a real estate investor had a book of their own to hand out they instantly became credible... a trait you need to be a successful real estate investor. 

Nick and I go in-depth on how he's worked with other...

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#25: The Essentials Of Setting Up Your Business with Steve Rozenberg

podcast Oct 16, 2019

Wow. What is it about pilots and real estate investors? I loved my conversation with my newest BFF Steve Rozenberg. You have to listen to Steve and find out the essentials of setting up your business THE RIGHT WAY!

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Steve Rozenberg's career as a pilot abruptly came to a halt on 9/11. By 9/13 the safe and secure job he believed he had fired him. And even better, they told him that he would not receive his pension as promised. Steve decided to start doing some soul searching as his career as a pilot wasn't applicable to any other job he applied for. 

When Steve started to look around at those who are wealthy, he realized the majority of individuals are tied to real estate. He started learning everything he could about real estate even reading one book per book. Steve learned how to wholesale and quickly became...

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#24: Why A Deferred Sales Trust Is Better Than A 1031 Exchange with Brett Swarts

podcast Oct 09, 2019

Game Changer! This is what several of my clients said after listening to Brett on my Monday Night Coaching Call. All I can say is "1031 Exchange?! We don't need no stinkin' 1031 Exchange!" and now you will find out why!

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Brett Swarts is the CEO of Capital Gains Tax Solutions and each year equips hundreds of business professionals with the Deferred Sales Trust tool to help their high net worth clients solve capital gains deferral limitations.

Brett had seen too many clients feel forced into using a 1031 Exchange. He knew that there had to be a better way. This is when Brett discovered a Deferred Sales Trust and came to the realization that investors overpay using a 1031 Exchange in order to not have to pay taxes. 

The Deferred Sales Trust gives Brett's clients time back from their liabilities. And if you...

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#23: How To Achieve Passive Income Through Real Estate Investing with Jason Yarusi

podcast Oct 02, 2019

Jason Yarusi is an active Real Estate Syndicator and Real Estate Investor. Jason founded Yarusi Holdings, a multifamily investment firm with over 450 units under management. Jason and I discuss how he went from owning small multifamily properties to owning close to 100 units.

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Jason had been investing in small multifamily properties but knew that never he'd be able to hit his goals. Jason wanted more passive income and a less active role. He ended up purchasing a 94 unit property in Kentucky for $2.3 Million. 

The property had been owned by a 90-year-old man who passed it down to his sons. His sons didn't want to deal with the property as they were out-of-state which allowed Jason to get a great price. This deal exemplifies the fact that Jason preaches being patiently aggressive. 

No matter what deal...

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