#18: Learn How to Own 1,000 Houses from a Guy Who Has Owned Over 2,000 with Mitch Stephen

podcast Aug 28, 2019

Mitch Stephen is his name and seller financing single-family homes over and over again is his game. One of the funniest guys I have had the pleasure of speaking with on my podcast. What Mitch does is so unique and worth every minute of your time listening and learning from. If you play your cards right, I will have him send you his book free (shipping and handling required). You will love it! 

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Learn How to Own 1,000 Houses from a Guy Who Has Owned Over 2,000 with Mitch Stephen

Mitch began his real estate investing career at 23. Since then he has owned over 2,000 houses; purchasing a new home every 4-5 days around his hometown of San Antonio, TX. He is on pace to purchase 120 homes this year. Mitch specializes in owner financing properties to individuals left behind by traditional lending institutions. ...

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#17: Follow Me to the Dark Side as I Interview a Multifamily Broker with Michael Bull

podcast Aug 21, 2019

I had a lot of fun interviewing Michael Bull who is living proof that there really are some quality individuals on the brokerage side of the business. He and I also had a lot of fun playing "Oh yeah, Well what about this . . ?"

Michael also shared some great tips on how to make your offer rise to the top.

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Follow Me to the Dark Side as I Interview a Multifamily Broker with Michael Bull

Michael Bull from Bull Realty has brokered over $5 Billion worth of commercial real estate transactions. Michael hadn't always been that successful. He started his business managing apartments at 18 and then received his real estate license at 19. 

Michael discusses that there a lot of buyers and fewer sellers; the buyers need to get Michael's attention. When you present an offer, you should include a letter of interest (LOI)....

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#16: Look Mom, No Financing - and Other Things Investors Never Want to Hear with Kevin Jenkins

podcast Aug 14, 2019

A good friend to the MFIA Owner Forum members as well as most multifamily investors is my good friend from NorthMarq Capital, Kevin Jenkins. Kevin and I discuss how to get deals funded and what you need to know about funding options when you are sizing up a deal.

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Look Mom, No Financing - and Other Things Investors Never Want to Hear with Kevin Jenkins

As a multifamily investor, you need to know what financing options are available to you. Kevin is the go-to guy for your financing needs. Kevin works as the underwriter and has seen it all. You need to remember that the lender is not only protecting themselves, but they are also protecting you. If your pricing doesn't match up with the financing, you shouldn't force as a deal and as Kevin has seen, it can end in disaster. 

In this episode we also cover: 

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#15: Life Begins at Age 50 for Real Estate Investors with Bill Manassero

podcast Aug 07, 2019

Bill Manaserro came off the mission field in Haiti to begin investing in multifamily property. After this interview, I bet he wishes he was back in Haiti. Let me just say that one of the two of us was incredibly irreverent. And it wasn't the Reverend. Be prepared for another laugh riot on the Multifamily Investing Podcast.

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Life Begins at Age 50 for Real Estate Investors with Bill Manassero

Most people think that you need to start early in your life to become a real estate investor... Bill didn't start his career until he was over 50. Bill received an inheritance check and didn't want to put it in the stock market because he felt it was volatile. 

Bill decided to start looking at ways to invest in real estate. Bill found out about turnkey properties and purchased a duplex and two single-family homes. But...

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#14: How your partnership agreement can make or break your business with Jeff Lerman

podcast Jul 31, 2019

Jeff Lerman has established a nationwide reputation as “The Real Estate Investor’s Lawyer.” With his background in litigation, Jeff and I will be discussing how to have a successful partnership, and how the single most important factor in a partnership is having the right JV partnership agreement from the start. We’ll also address why Jeff likes joint venture partnerships over syndication. 

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How having the right partner can make or break your business with Jeff Lerman

Jeff is a lawyer based out of San Francisco. Jeff is also prominent in the real estate investing world. As Jeff is a lawyer who works with real estate investors, he's seen it all... especially when it comes to partnerships. I also thought it was quite interesting in our interview that Jeff favors joint venture...

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#13: Raising Private Equity for Large Multifamily Syndications: Meet Raj, as he shares his journey from Tech to Real Estate

podcast Jul 24, 2019

Raj Tekchandani, one of my favorite clients,  joins me today on my podcast. Find out how you should build a business that always has the capital ready for when you find that great deal! Raj is not only doing it, but he is also doing it the right way. 

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Raising Private Equity for Large Multifamily Syndications: Meet Raj, as he shares his journey from Tech to Real Estate. 

Raj was once a seasoned technology entrepreneur who is now a full-time real estate investor. Raj had spent over three decades working with tech startups. 

In 2012, Raj had his start in real estate investing when he purchased a single-family condo. In 2018 left his W-2 to pursue his interest in real estate and stumbled upon syndication. Raj has created a meetup group in Boston that is unique in that it is a...

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#12: Meet the Most Prolific Real Estate Podcaster Ever! with Joe Fairless

podcast Jul 17, 2019

The first podcast I was ever on many many years ago was from some young upstart named Joe Fairless. Now it's my turn to interview him about what he has done since we last chatted. Can I just say, it is just a phenomenal testament to what you can do when you keep your head down and eye on the ball (even if you went to Texas Tech)!

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Meet the Most Prolific Real Estate Podcaster Ever!

with Joe Fairless

Joe started in the advertising agency with a salary of $30,000. He bought his first single-family property in 2009 for $76,000. Joe went on to buy 4 more single-family properties, but quickly learned that $200 in cash flow was not going to get him the life he wanted as Joe couldn't scale it quick enough. This is when Joe decided to start investing in multifamily. 

Joe bought his first multifamily property in...

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#11: Clean Up That Credit - LEGALLY! with Ed Garrett

podcast Jul 10, 2019

Ever wonder how to get your credit cleaned up THE RIGHT WAY? Concerned about those companies on the internet that promise to clean up your credit for a low monthly fee? People like to work with me because they are working with a licensed practicing attorney. Wouldn't you want to do the same thing when it comes to cleaning up your credit? Meet my good friend, Attorney Ed Garret, founder of CreditImprovers.com. Listen in and find out why I can't recommend Ed highly enough!

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Clean Up That Credit - LEGALLY! with Ed Garrett

Ed Garrett is a practicing attorney in the state of Ohio who's entire focus is getting your credit cleaned up the right way. When you're looking to get your credit cleaned up, you shouldn't work with someone who sets their company up like an annuity. 

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Why Utilities Show Up On The T12?

blog Jul 07, 2019
Tenants pay utilities so why does the electricity show up on the T12 (Trailing 12)? Charles also discusses"tenant paid property" vs an "all bills property". 

Tenants pay utilities so why does the electricity and other things show up on the T12?

In other words, why is the property paying the electric bill if the tenants pay the electricity? Well, for a lot of reasons. When you own property as a landlord, you're going to have your own meter for the parking lot lights, the stairwell lights, the common area lights, the office lights. 

And then the other thing too, is you're always going to have the meter for the vacant units. You got to keep the electricity on in the vacant units since you got to turn the lights on when people walked in. And that's the landlord rate or a lot less expensive. Typically what most utilities do is they give the landlords a special rate for those vacant units. 

Apart from that, always remember that the water and the sewer are always the...

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#10: Stop Paying Taxes, Legally! I'm Not Kidding with Vern Schmidt

podcast Jul 03, 2019

Ever hear about the guy who doesn't pay taxes? Well, in today's podcast you get to meet him and learn how he does it legally year in and year out over the last 20 years. Here's the clue, understand the tax laws better than the IRS and have you or your spouse be full-time in real estate. Meet my old friend Vern Schmidt take us through opportunity zones as well as tax planning for real estate investors.

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Stop Paying Taxes, Legally! I'm Not Kidding with Vern Schmidt

Vern had been working at AMC when the company was bought out by Chrysler. In his role, he had 200 people working for him. Because AMC was bought by Chrysler, Vern received new options, but they couldn't be exercised for 5 years. Unbeknownst to Vern, he had encountered phantom income and was ordered to pay $200,000 before he could even exercise his...

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